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July 31st 2014

Well, what are you waiting for? Your hair to grow? Perhaps you’re waiting to get freaky. Don’t call us, we’ll call you.

A Mitcham at Rowan Oak

A writer, a scholar and an artist as well as the first and still foremost chef of note from Mississippi, Howard Mitcham was a brilliant, stone-deaf, hard-drinking bohemian, raconteur and bon vivant who knew and corresponded with the great and near-great but who himself remains shadowed today. 226 more words

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Summary for July 1944

SUMMARY for JULY

TOTAL MOSQUITO DAY 8H05M TOTAL OXFORD DAY 1H05M TOTAL DAY FLYING 9H10M TOTAL MOSQUITO NIGHT 21H35M TOTAL NIGHT OPERATIONS 21H35M

As reflected in Broody’s flying hours for the month, Squadron activity increased in July after a lull in June on account of poor weather. 95 more words

488 (NZ) Squadron Tour

Narcissism.

I am a hopeless narcissist — I realize this. Today after High Table, you were fairly drunk when you came up to me, and you told me that you had read my writing before you met me and that it was amazing. 283 more words

Laugh Out Loud! Oxford Boys Sing Shakira's "Hips Don't Lie"

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These boys clearly don’t have that famous British ‘stiff upper lip’ because this is just funny and entertaining!

Complete with body bedazzling and choreographed dances across their campus and black screen, it’s nothing short of chuckles and smiles.   36 more words

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