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Novelty Automation

Wed 15th May

Novelty Automation is near The British Museum. It houses satirical home-made machines! It’s so cool, a great display of engineering and humour. I need to go back again to try the rest of the machines! 21 more words


The " Sell-out" Paradox

Sell-out. One abusive word that can be hurled at the most humble of musicians after they experience a bit of success and decide that would prefer to make business deals in order to make a steady income rather than keep playing small local venues in order to make pizza money. 1,959 more words

Married Men The Best Kind of TPM?

Gotta give a Nobel Prize to Keisha for her unrelenting sociological exploration of why things that don’t belong to you are sometimes the sweetest things to taste.Ever since Adam and Eve forbidden fruit has been the most delicious snack and we all have been yearning to taste it. 221 more words


That Business with the Sliding Board ('Oy, Rodney')

Introducing Chapter CCXCII of her epic romance, Oy, Rodney, Violet Crepuscular writes, “I shall now indulge in a flashback, to tell you, dear readers, all about that lamentable business with the sliding board.” It isn’t really a flashback, because she is now writing chapters out of order. 309 more words

Just For Fun

Jon Voight's IOU

Well, gee, is anyone surprised by Jon Voight’s absurd words of support addressed to the people of the Republican Party?

Is anyone surprised to see the actor who portrayed Milo Minderbinder, Joseph Heller’s brilliant rendering of a profiteering con artist in… 116 more words


Space Mouse: The Beginning All Over Again for the Very First Time

Cryogenic sleep.

What is that, exactly?

If one’s sets of states of energy are slowed down, entropy becomes an interesting phenomenon to observe.

Space Mouse didn’t really care. 454 more words