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You stitched together the pauses

you stitched together
the pauses

from old, discarded

Harold Pinter


until you had made yourself





Odds And Sods

Fluff & Films

Today has been a strange day – I slaved away at work as usual but then I had a meeting with a film director that I bumped into last week – you know, as you do.. 126 more words


Roll Credits

lester credits from David Cairns on Vimeo.

The last of the deleted scenes from PICTUREWISE 3, my Richard Lester piece. Ending with an unmade film seemed too similar to the first installment (available on the Blu-ray of A HARD DAY’S NIGHT). 140 more words


John Pilger: In Ukraine, the US is dragging us towards war with Russia

Washington’s role in Ukraine, and its backing for the regime’s neo-Nazis, has huge implications for the rest of the world

John Pilger  The Guardian 1,119 more words
U.S. Foreign Policy

Heads Down No Nonsense Mindless Poetry - JCC

NME July 7th, 1979


Britain’s best dressed poet by Charles Shaar Murray

John Cooper Clarke is telling a joke. “There are these three fellers, see, all lined up to apply to join the Foreign Legion. 4,087 more words


Ed Fringe: Tired Tuesday

Tuesday’s first show was at 12.45pm, this meant LAY IN! That was some good sleeping. I crept out of bed without waking and found a Sainsbury’s for some breakfast. 559 more words


Harold Pinter


Apart from the known
unknown, there is the real
unreal: the past


The greatest thing God
created on earth is the
dust of true desire… 67 more words