Today I made up one of the days that I missed while I was sick. Saturday’s prompt was across the sea. As an English teacher and a woman who has a sister who has lived in England for many years, naturally that is where my thoughts flowed. 127 more words
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I don’t know how I feel about this book. Not an auspicious start to a book review, is it?
I’m a fan of Ishiguro. Really. Uncovering how far the unreliable narrator in The Remains of the Day could excuse his employer’s Facist sympathies was a revelation – so much bitter truth lay suppressed in the orderly, stiff-upper-lip British mind of the butler Stevens that he’s at once pitiable, and all too uncomfortably familiar. 384 more words
Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them. And then there’s Steve Rogers – who chooses greatness.
Heroes in their “super” incarnation have been somewhat preying on my mind of late – having binged on the Netflix Daredevil show, booking my day for Age of Ultron and starting to be excited about Antman. 620 more words
I’ve been so busy campaigning in this damn general election; I’ve been neglecting my King, John Wanoa, native Moai from New Zealand.
As the Independent Candidate for Brighton Kemptown and considered the most Controversial Parliamentary Candidate in the UK; I am sick of this country and believe the only way to bring justice to our society is by sacking our Queen and installing a Moai born King in her place. 150 more words