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XV. Dresden

At last I have done what I have been meaning to do since I arrived in Europe, and gone to a city that’s not Jena! All of the other DAAD students here have been planning out weekend excursions, and once I stopped being so overwhelmed I got onboard. 618 more words


Dresden (Travel Photography)

Some pictures I took on my trip to Dresden, Germany.
A piece on my quest to fin Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse 5 will follow !
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What I'm Reading Wednesday

Hi! It’s been a while since my last What I’m Reading post. I’ve been really busy with work over the past month or so, so this blog has been a bit neglected! 234 more words


Slaughterhouse Five (1972) - 2016 Film-a-Day 99

A weird but wonderful film, Slaughterhouse Five offers a unique look at time travel in a confusing but intriguing movie.

Based on the complicated book by Kurt Vonnegut (which I love), Slaughterhouse Five is a film that I expected to be just ok. 300 more words

2016 Film-A-Day

Amazon's Delusional Audiobook DRM

I decided to try out the free trial on audible.com (owned by Amazon) a few days ago. So I signed up and grabbed my free audiobook, choosing Slaughterhouse 5, written by Kurt Vonnegut and read by James Franco. 411 more words


2016 Classics Challenge: February

As I finished reading The Picture of Dorian Gray for my January classic last week I thought I’d start up the poll for February’s Classic! I’ve gone with a few more modern classics this time. 147 more words


A Lot of Salt

…isn’t good for you. But sometimes you need it for the chips.

Shit has hit the fan. India lost to Australia in a cricket match, we Indians believe we could’ve won had it been us – you and I – playing at the pitch. 538 more words