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Haslam and Hurst.

One never tires of hearing this, fat bullshitter Ian Hurst and “my Dad was at ‘arrow” Derek Haslam on about “financial maaney” both a right pair of losers. 71 more words

The Handler (1947) by Ray Bradbury


A mortician’s inferiority complex leads him to defile his charges in various unpleasant ways. Can you guess who finally puts a stop to him? Unsurprising horror yarn, but thankfully not terribly explicit either. Cheapens the crime it exploits.

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The genocide of Sikhs

Sardar Inderbeer Singh of the Internationally Disputed Areas of Jammu and Kashmir (IDA:JK) wrote on his Timeline of Facebook: “Saka nankana Saheb de shaheedaan nu yaad kardey hoiee saari sangat ikk vaar zarur likho ji < dhan gursikh shaheed> 657 more words

Kabhi bhoole se na poochhi man ki baat rasiya

This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws. 473 more words

Feelings Of Heart

Las Vegas- 1947

Our family was beginning a new life together out West.  Harmen, my father, returned from the Pacific as a marine.  He stopped off in Las Vegas to visit a buddy before returning to his hometown, Buffalo, NY.  126 more words

Las Vegas


Director of Photography: Jack Cardiff

Directors: Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger

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The Digging at Pistol Key (1947) by Carl Jacobi


Jamaican voodoo and pirate treasure combine in this story about a disdainful Brit in Trinidad who kills his young black house-servant in a fit of temper and lives to regret it. 18 more words

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