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So gloriously different: Do Not Adjust Your Set

Scene: A field. An unmistakable historic figure from 200 years ago stands, alone and glowering, in his French uniform, his arm tucked in characteristic pose. … 315 more words


Vancouver: sex workers, policemen and memories of a comedy show with a boa

I woke up this morning to an e-mail from Anna Smith in Vancouver. She is this blog’s occasional Canadian correspondent. It said:

“For some reason I have been surrounded by police for the last few weeks.” 818 more words



Syria and people dying
Bellies swollen, children crying
Corrupt and spiteful politicians
Volunteers on mercy missions
Brutality and rebel fighters
Terror’s grip is closing tighter… 12 more words


The Unmentionables

The Unmentionables
Britain’s Very Secret Service

An in depth report by
Gary Hoadley

In a bunker, under a meat pie emporium in North Yorkshire, there is an army of… 548 more words


The influence of (s)laughter

This morning I came into work and one of the guys I work with asked me, “Hey, you know the word ‘Homie’; well, in England, do you say ‘Flatie’?” 113 more words


Riding The Blue Unicorn

For the past few days I’ve been riding the Blue Unicorn.  No, that isn’t a kinky sex act (though it sounds like it should be); nor have I been eating funny mushrooms.  489 more words

Diane Henders

One liner Wednesday: Alternative dictionary...

It’s Wednesday again, so it’s time for another attempt at redefinition;

“Ineffable” – A situation that makes swearing impossible.


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