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Thursday Thoughts #10 - New Birth Control

When I was younger, like preteen-ish age, I was really into HGTV. And then high school happened and I was dancing 6 days a week and therefore never home and then college where I actually was never home and so I just sort of fell off the whole “building your dream home, one log at a time” network.  539 more words

Thursday Thoughts

Claustrophobic Whitechapel man trapped in lift with scantily-clad lovelies loses battle to control bowels.

The Whitechapel Whelk has learned that a local landscape gardener, suffering from acute claustrophobia, lost a grim battle to control his bowels on Tuesday while trapped in a hospital lift with 3 attractive females. 290 more words

Humour

"Cavesong"

Inspired by Pinnacles National Park, December 2015

When I visited, Pinnacles was the newest of the 59 National Parks, signed into law by President Barack Obama on January 10, 2013. 193 more words

FindYourPark

It Comes at Night (Shults; 2017)

While genre is a necessary tool helping us to classify film, it’s a far from perfect one.  Comedy and drama as genres are so broad as to be nearly no help at all in letting us decide if a film is one we want to check out.   1,099 more words

Movie Review

The eyes have it

One of my most vivid memories as a teenager was watching my father constantly staring at himself in the mirror. Superficially, it seemed such a strange thing for him to be doing as he certainly wasn’t a vain man. 1,208 more words

Art

Introvert problems...

I have to plan when I’m going to do something. I literally have to mentally prepare myself to do tasks the night before.

I have tasks I need to complete? 228 more words

Discover

Fight for Buggy Rides

It could be that my senses still connect to those ancient means of transportation that my forefathers used in India — bullock carts and horse carriages or desert caravans. 294 more words

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