The Guilt That Never Goes Away: The Meaning and Effects of Blood in the play Macbeth

In Macbeth, the word "blood" is used repeatedly to describe scenes of brutal murder and to represent guilt; while also proving that when this blood or guilt is not entirely gone, it is reintroduced to haunt the individuals who do wrong. In the play, the murderous husband and wife team, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, kill several individuals to rise to power. Along with these murders come sadness, a sense of wickedness, and, metaphorically, blood. read more

Electronics Evolution

We are now featuring our third (official) espresso blend. It's called Laserdisc and it's not in anyway associated with Pioneer, Sony, Panasonic, or any other company that was actually involved in the making of said consumer electronic device. What I can tell you, is that this sweet, chocolaty little blend is the next step in our evolution of espresso. We've gone from ghetto blaster to walkman, and now to laserdisc. I can tell you we are working on the next great thing, but obviously, Samsung will try to copy our technology if we give away too much information now.