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How To Conduct An Interview

March 27, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
How To Conduct An Interview

Every one of us finds himself in a skin of an interviewer sometimes. We may be looking for a nanny—to take care for our children, for a private teacher—to give us Spanish lessons, or for a good dentist—to finally fix our teeth. There are always many options, but how to […]

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He Said, She Said – „The Affair” (2014), a review

March 20, 2015 12:48 pm0 comments
He Said, She Said – „The Affair” (2014), a review

“The Affair” got me hooked from the first episode (as it tends to happen with all the series I fall in love with at the proverbial first sight): the structure is excellent; you discover the characters slowly and naturally, and they hook you irrevocably; appearances hide plenty of… stuff; memories […]

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Gambling is a Pandora’s Box

February 19, 2015 4:31 pm0 comments
Gambling is a Pandora’s Box

I’d placed another bet…there was a time when I was quite cock sure about this, I understood football and rugby and could analyse data and form effectively enough to do okay…it gave the weekend a zing if I’d won, but on the other side of the coin I didn’t like […]

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Leading Hotels in Edinburgh Scotland for Business and Leisure Travel

February 14, 2015 3:08 pm0 comments
Leading Hotels in Edinburgh Scotland for Business and Leisure Travel

Leading Hotels in Edinburgh Scotland for Business and Leisure Travel The hotel you choose will make a difference in your travel experience, regardless of your destination. If you are planning a trip to Edinburgh, you will need to select hotel accommodations for your stay in the city. There are several […]

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The Farce of the Televised Election Debate

February 12, 2015 12:27 pm1 comment
The Farce of the Televised Election Debate

The BBC and ITV have joined forces to bring us a real treat later this Spring. Both broadcasters will televise two live pantomimes. The pantos will feature the actor affectionately known as ‘Walliband’ thanks to his faultless impersonations of  children’s animation character Wallace. Walliband will be supported by the ever-comical […]

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Film Review – American Sniper (2015)

February 2, 2015 3:11 pm0 comments
Film Review – American Sniper (2015)

Seth Rogen made quite an interesting point about Clint Eastwood’s new film on Twitter the other day: “American Sniper kind of reminds me of the movie that’s showing in the third act of Inglorious Basterds.”  The movie he’s referring to in Tarantino’s World War 2 opera is Joseph Goebbel’s Nazi propaganda film […]

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Australian Open 2015 Preview: What Is The State Of The Men’s Game?

January 15, 2015 4:09 pm0 comments
Australian Open 2015 Preview: What Is The State Of The Men’s Game?

The Australian Open. The first Grand Slam of the season and the more definitive start of the tennis season. There’s no real form to judge each player on prior to this Grand Slam, only minute indicators via one or two tournaments in very early January. Consequently, one of the Australian […]

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Film Review: The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies (2014)

January 6, 2015 3:41 pm1 comment
Film Review: The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies (2014)

Eleven years on and once again we find ourselves saying goodbye to Middle Earth.  How quickly it’s all over, too; from the excitement of the first announcement through to the commencement of production, the first trailer and then finally seeing the film, it’s all been like an elongated version of the […]

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