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We wanted to show some appreciation this excellent blog post from The Huffington Post, written by one Daniel Wittenberg, who quite apart from being twice as succinct a writer as any of us involved in Not Just Banter is just 17 years old. 322 more words

The Gift...

Gibber here coming to you with a Christmas question. Technically it doesn’t have to be a Christmas question now that I think of it.

The fact the Christmas is a week away, is what brought it to mind. 44 more words

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Bugs and why?

Guess who’s back with us today? That’s right Gibberites it’s Julie without a blog.  How did you guess? Julie when are you going to get a blog? 124 more words

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Book Review - One for the Money

One for the Money by Janet Evanovich

Stephanie Plum is down on her luck. She lost her job and has already sold most of her furniture to keep afloat. 119 more words


My First International Flight

One of the most memorable near death experiences of my life was the first time I flew to London. It wasn’t the first time I was flying; I had been on local flights, I had flown to Ghana too so I was an ‘old hand’ at flying. 538 more words

Short Story

Gibber and Doobster Jeopardy

Gib’s and Gibberites, Doobster is back with us today with another attempt at stumping you Google happy people.

You’re all such cheaters we know it. 137 more words

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The Remains of the Day

A shortish novel about differences; in class, nationality, generation; centrally, the difference between a man and a woman.

Stevens is an aging butler whose identity has been swallowed by his own sense of decorum. 68 more words