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Hireth-Tinted Glasses

I’ve just returned from a visit to England. I wore different glasses on this trip. Not rose-tinted—or is that hireth-tinted?—glasses, but realistic, magnifying, research glasses. I was on a mission to find answers to some important questions: Is Exmoor really the place my husband and I can live? 641 more words

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Chewing Gum, Michaela Coel

Wow man.

This comedy series , written and starred by Michaela Coel is a piece of honest and true gem.

The casting brilliant, and all the characters and actors are superb. 204 more words

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The Road to Little Dribbling

The Road to Little Dribbling, Bill Bryson

I believe I have mentioned once or twice that I will read anything Bill Bryson writes.  So when I saw… 840 more words

Book Reviews

[Review] The Girl with All the Gifts - Another forgettable zombie flick

Director: Colm McCarthy

Cast:  Gemma Arterton, Glenn Close, Sennia Nanua

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Books to movies are a norm in film industry and there have been many successful and some not so successful examples. 663 more words

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"Ok, We Will Call It A Draw"

Whenever I need to laugh, deep belly laughs, Monty Python is my go-to source.  I saw this poster the other day and was reminded of this hilarious (in my opinion, realizing it might be lost on some with a less sophisticated sense of humor ) skit from… 6 more words

British Humor

Review: "I Hunt Killers" (Jasper Dent #1) by Barry Lyga

Serial killers: they’re pinnacles of murder mysteries and most of the time becoming icons in both literature and film such as Hannibal Lecter from The Silence of the Lambs… 916 more words