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Johnny Depp and Australia minister renew war of words

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SYDNEY (AFP) – A war of words between Johnny Depp and an Australian minister reignited on Wednesday with Mr Barnaby Joyce claiming he was the Hollywood star’s Hannibal Lecter. 301 more words

Current Affairs

Galway Gaol - 1883

New York Tribune 14th January 1883 p.1

The ghost of Miles Joyce is the latest witness against Saxon tyranny.  As the warders of Galway Jail have made application for a transfer to another prison, it is probable that the ghost carries a musket and uses threats. 28 more words

Posts And Podcasts

The Early Twentieth Century Irish Boy: A Paradox in Joyce's "Araby"

By Isabelle Titcomb, IV Form


The Early Twentieth Century Irish Boy: A Paradox in Joyce’s “Araby”

Upon being asked “who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?” Jesus replied, “truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven” (Matthew 18:1-3). 1,349 more words

Season 3

[Recipe] Iced Tea for Any Occasions #TweakYourTea

Summer is just around the corner and that means it’s the season for iced tea! How do you usually enjoy yours? Pure Leaf Canada sent us a few bottles of their unsweetened iced tea, and we came up with a few recipes for your everyday occasions. 466 more words


Jumping for Joyce: Gone Home’s Love-Hate relationship with ideas of “the Literary”

Fans of Gone Home, a game developed by Fullbright, have been known to describe it as “Literary”. Perhaps because of its close attention to narrative and characterization. 1,580 more words

Video Games

Great Read: Dubliners


  • Author:  James Joyce

  • Published:  1914
  • Publisher:  Grant Richards Ltd
  • Pages:  182
  • First Line:  “There was no hope for him this time: it was the third stroke.”
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Monday. I’m getting out of therapy around 1:30 pm and I check my phone. I always have my phone on ULTRA SUPER DO NOT DISTURB mode when I’m in therapy because to do anything else is kind of an ass-hat thing to do. 1,840 more words