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Roasted Cauliflower, Vegan Meringues and New Buses

This was a wonderful new way to cook cauliflower, covered with a Romescu sauce and roasted, sitting on a bed of red onions and sun dried tomatoes. 97 more words


Watching me watching him - 13th & 15th September 1999

Monday 13th On the way to school this morning, Zoe told me that she rang Craig at some point yesterday. He told her that he’s going to the cinema with his mates again on Saturday and wanted to know if she and her mates could go too. 742 more words


Guest author: Robert Eggleton - Rarity from the Hollow

Increasing Sensitivity to Victimization

Through Satire and Comedy

Charles Dickens may not have been the first novelist to address the evils of child victimization in fiction, but his work has certainly had an impact on the consciousness of us all. 1,935 more words


It's Official! Will & Grace Back For 2017-2018 Season (See Trailer)

NBC is officially bringing back television’s favorite foursome with a 10-episode limited run of ‘Will & Grace’ during the 2017-18 season.

Stars Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally — each of whom received at least one Emmy Award for their respective performances throughout the series — will be back. 265 more words


Guest author: Carolyn Steele - Racing against reality

I was so excited when Sue said she’d consider a guest post about my book launch, because she said the magic words, ‘I try to steer clear of politics on the blog, but I’m all for humour.’ It gives me a chance to talk about where a book for people who are sick of politics has come from. 1,882 more words


Not Everybody Can Be Funny

The world is full of people who can be funny but I’m not one of them; I’m the serious type, most things I think about are based on reality, when a conversation starts with an if or but, I always think of the quote, “if pigs could fly, we’d be out shooting our breakfast.” And think the conversation is a waste of time. 198 more words