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WHAT MAKES PEOPLE DO WHAT THEY DO?

This piece is dedicated to the most wonderful lady I have ever met – Naa

Status quo – confused.

The sky was cloudy. White clouds covered the face of everything shielding my eyes from the beauty of the stars. 833 more words

AM Musings

As lost as Alice. As mad as the Hatter.

I’m starting at chapter 33. It’s not the usual place to start but I don’t think that matters much. Sometimes you just have to start when you can. 219 more words

Alice In Wonderland

Devoted?

I’ve already failed.
A week in and my commitment has already flagged.
A promise to post weekly was sincere but I allowed it to be broken. 657 more words

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D&D As a Spectator Game

E-sports has kicked off in a big way over the past few years with large scale competitions, sponsors and payouts. D&D also enjoys it’s time in the spotlight with shows like critical role, and live play from AI to name two, but D&D is a fundamentally different beast. 1,191 more words

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the great north run...

The Great North Run is billed as “the world’s favourite run.”  It is the biggest half marathon in the world, with 12,000 runners taking part in it’s first year, 1981, to this years whopping 57,000 runners and my goodness, it didn’t fail to live up to it’s reputation.   1,348 more words

Neil Before Adonis

BY JAMIE FOSTER

On 3 September Lord Adonis tweeted something truly shocking. He said he was writing to Lord Hall, the Director General of the BBC, to ask that Andrew Neil be fired from the BBC because of his pro Brexit stance. 698 more words

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Forest Dark

I keep on reading books about women who are struggling to manage the jostling demands of children, marriages, and careers. Or perhaps, it is just that this is pretty much all I can see in a book at the moment – a stalwart reminder that one’s reading of a book is so subjective and influenced by one’s current situation. 214 more words

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