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Crashing

Comfortable nights that ease into days
wonder me into the arms and the sway
to guide me everless into nowhere seen
with beauty here that’s far between, 22 more words

Poetry

THEATRE REVIEW: No Man's Land starring Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart

WORTH A LOOK?: ****

WHERE: Wyndhams Theatre

WHEN: 21/9, runs to 17/12

Never has there been a play in the history of theatre where we’ve disagreed so intently with our companion for the evening about their interpretation of it. 319 more words

THEATRE REVIEW

Crashing review: frank, filthy, sad and weird – a millennial flat-share comedy with edge

The trick to any good sitcom is to come up with a believable enough reason for a small number of characters to spend a lot of time together – ideally in a situation that has got enough mileage for some built-in comic potential; say an office, a bar or a run-down hotel… 190 more words

Television

Windows 10 OpenGL issue affecting some Second Life users | Inara Pey: Living in a Modem World

My Windows 10 updated in August, and while I can’t say I’ve experienced a LOT of issues since the update, I have had several instances where my display drivers stops, which then causes me to crash. 91 more words

Second Life

Lost at Sea

I have loved the sea for as long as I could remember,
From the thrashing waves to its cold, numbing breeze.
I often think that my emotions are just like so; a blend of forces to and fro. 92 more words

Thoughts

Riding in the Bardo (or how not to ride a bicycle)

This past weekend I drove to Wichita Falls, TX to do the Hotter’n Hell 100 mile bike ride on Saturday and their half-marathon the following day. 957 more words

“A well-crafted scene should be like a house of cards where if you remove one piece, the whole thing comes crashing down.”

~Gabriela Pereira

Writing