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Homeopathy Conference Dilutes the Facts

On June 6th, following a last-minute venue change, Exeter Castle played host to the Back to Health Conference: a three-day ‘Integrative Cancer Health-Care’ event offering a range of alternative treatments to individuals dealing with a cancer diagnosis. 714 more words


"No offence, but..." A Quick Bit of Vitriol, enjoy the bitterness...

Using Notegraphy. This template seemed to scream to be used with this epigram.
No offence to the vast majority of believers, this is about wealth, impiety, corruption and such like… 18 more words


A Lame Blogger

My work is art the blogger posts,
With words alive as Shakespeare’s ghosts


'Eagerly awaiting the next series of Sherlock' by Rachel Shannon [Epigram]

This article was previously published here – http://www.epigram.org.uk/film-tv/item/2090-eagerly-awaiting-the-next-series-of-sherlock  in January 2014, being reposted for further reading at RachelReallyRambles.wordpress.org

Moffat, Gatiss and co. are brave.  Whilst they have confirmed a fourth and fifth series of Sherlock is in the pipeline, they have left us aghast as no answer to the conundrum that swamped social media sites as #SherlockLives, has been given.  650 more words


As electronics are released to combine various features into a single item, doing them all averagely, apps designed for them are released for single purposes that once existed together in a single app, doing them all efficiently.


Murphy's Law

Murphy’s law is an adage or epigram that is typically stated as: Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.

The perceived perversity of the universe has long been a subject of comment, and precursors to the modern version of Murphy’s law are not hard to find. 121 more words


Letter to the World by Emily Dickinson

This is my letter to the World
That never wrote to Me
The simple News that Nature told
With tender Majesty

Her Message is committed… 21 more words