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National Limerick Day celebrates the birthday of English artist, illustrator, author and poet Edward Lear (May 12, 1812 – Jan. 29, 1888), who is known mostly for his literary nonsense in poetry, prose and limericks. 236 more words

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The next 5 books I'll be cracking open

Far before I’m done reading a book, I know firmly what volume I’ll be cracking next. I keep an ever-replenished list of titles. Something is always ready, waiting, like the upcoming course at dim sum.  635 more words


some Lear updates

just working on a sequence where a map-books opens and Edward Lear walks across it. Here is the first map based on a map drawn in 1870 so slightly after the time but it still works quite well. 29 more words

Tim Wilson

Owl Wanted for Ocean Voyage

Here’s Bella, all ready to go to sea in her beautiful tomato-red boat.

She could be waiting a while for her owl though. We don’t actually have ‘owls’ in New Zealand. 38 more words

Odd Bits Of Writing

Learn Urdu Parts Of Body Name Through Hindi

English Transliteration Urdu

Head sar سر

Face chehra چہرہ

Forehead peshani پیشانی

Hairs baal بال

Eye aankh آنکھ

Eyebrow bhawain بھوئیں

Eyelid pepota پپوٹا

Nose naak ناک 92 more words


Lear BAMDAS5 - it's the 'm' for madness injected into badass. Badass madness. BAMDAS5.

When I first heard about the BAMDAS5 (Bearing Array Multi Driver Acoustic Structure) from Lear Audio out of Hong Kong, I thought: those crazy bastards! This could change everything. 396 more words

Audio News

Williams Trew | Kipling Lear Farm

Kipling Lear Farm is an oasis of natural beauty and a versatile, multipurpose farm with a tradition of hosting events for business or pleasure, supporting a variety of livestock and Click to Continue