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Dingus Khan @ The Hunter Club, BSE (17/03/2018)

The third Washing Machine of the year saw Dingus Khan make a sweaty return to the Hunter Club.

The Manningtree five-piece rocked from the start, ploughing through legendary hits like Plank and Ambulance, where the band’s infectious energy rubbed off on the packed out venue which was shaking to its very core. 367 more words


Why Meditate!

Take a deep breath… Say OOOOOOooooommmmmmm!!!

Meditation is one of the things that my maternal grandmother taught me since my childhood. And across time, I have experimented with different methods of meditation. 360 more words



I believe that life is a story. I believe we each have our own versions of life that we want to perceive. We freak out when nothing is familiar yet we can’t help but run away when familiarity comes. 182 more words

My Book Live Setup

How to setup your My Cloud via computer (Advanced) Power up the My Cloud device; Connect your My Cloud device to your router; Access the My Cloud device web Dashboard. 437 more words


This post describes how to upgrade a clean debian wheezy install, as described in my previous guide. Upgrade to Debian Jessie on MyBook Live NAS Automatic book community digital dvd edition files forum ftp home ipkg irc kernel links login my the normal way with Debian based The MyBook Live is delivered Questions fréquentes (FAQ) sur l’application mobile My Cloud. 414 more words


Fifth Sunday in Lent... 3/18/2018 *push/click*

Almighty God, our redeemer, in our weakness we have failed to be your messengers of forgiveness and hope in the world.  Renew us by your Holy Spirit, that we may follow your commands and proclaim your reign of love; through your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. 1,313 more words


Gogol Bordello @ 170 Russell

I first saw Gogol Bordello almost exactly eight years ago, and that was honestly one of the most fun and memorable gigs I’ve been to. So when this rowdy transcontinental gypsy-punk eight-piece collective showed up in Melbourne once again, I jumped at the chance to catch them in concert. 506 more words