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An Ungentlemanly Act

This week, the ‘Stare of the Dog’ visits the unpleasant subject of castration, taking a look back at Dudley’s prized assets and their efficient removal. In truth, his plums were getting so large and obtrusive that it had become a reluctant necessity. 654 more words

Labrador Retriever

Mark your calendars for "Poetry and Lies," 2/20/18

Welcome to the One Page Poetry Circle at St. Agnes Branch Library!
Date: Tuesday, February 20
Time: 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Place: St. Agnes Branch Library, 444 Amsterdam Ave. 460 more words


I used to memorize this poem. I just wanna post this, as blogs here made me remember this poem by Sir Walter Raleigh

If all the world and love were young, 162 more words

ON THIS DAY: October 29, 2017

October 29th is

National Cat Day *

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International Internet Day *


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The Adventurer’s Hidden Magic - Steve Tanham

“Strike man, strike!”

Those were the last words of Sir Walter Raleigh, spoken to an executioner who was taking his time, at the end of one of the most colourful lives of the whole Elizabethan era. 146 more words

The Silent Eye

658. I'm so tired

“Believe it or not, it was actually half-way normal in certain circles to hate the Beatles at a certain point in the later 1980s, mainly due to twenty plus years of over-adulation, overexposure, over-everything. 106 more words

All Vinyl Apocalypse