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Graduation II

Here are some photos to make up for the old grandmother story.

We did some pretty cool stuff during practicals:

Remember the Stomacher Machine? … 367 more words



Better late than never.
Be warned, I’m not as succinct as I like to pretend to be.


I knew I wanted a poly education ever since I was in Primary Six. 1,159 more words


Meeting the Bar ~ On Nonsense, Narrative and Neologisms - or The Noble Art of Telling Tall Tales

In many languages, it is said, there is no nonsense poetry, and there is not a great deal of it even in English. (George Orwell, pictured above) 1,585 more words

Meeting The Bar: Critique And Craft

Go Down The Rabbit Hole With PlayMe - On Kickstarter

You’ve fallen down, down the rabbit hole, and this whole thing seems awfully familiar. You see a small table with a box where you expect to see a potion; instead of the familiar bottle with a “Drink Me” tag, the box simply says “PlayMe”. 284 more words


Sometimes I wish all books were of the same height and width

How much neater our shelves would be.


Chiasma, or rather homologous recombination, produces biodiversity and thus survival.
Knowing that, I still catch myself feeling amazed by how different each individual is.

Maybe books are like us.


Jabberwocky: Football, Ghosts, and an Angel

* It’s football season, and with it, we watched the movieĀ Draft Day. I didn’t need any help getting in the mood for football but it sure didn’t hurt. 198 more words


Festival Watch: Autumn in the North East

for THE BLOG – 11.9.14

I had a genuine moment of grief yesterday upon noticing how quickly it was getting dark, and that ultimately, autumn was stealthing its way in. 1,026 more words

Andrew Latimer