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Goodbye Major Tom

January 15, 2016 7:48 pm2 comments
Goodbye Major Tom

Dilated, towering, charged with sex, glammed and electric amongst sweat and tears, mystery and ecstasy; this carnal vessel of your own creation. A secret junkie friend, to confide in through the dark times. A beacon of pure cosmic rays, you blast through the enigma of ambiguity and play all the […]

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Dear Advertisers (A poem)

January 19, 2014 3:17 pm0 comments
Dear Advertisers (A poem)

Dear Advertisers, I do not need to be told what is wrong with me I do not need to know that I am Fat, flat-chested, ugly, or unfashionable None of the products you can sell me Will erase the fact that I was painfully aware of all these things By […]

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Ten Quotes to Get You Through the Working Day

December 5, 2013 10:41 am0 comments
Ten Quotes to Get You Through the Working Day

From time to time, we all have trouble motivating ourselves at work. Whether it be because of a particularly mind numbing task or project, a difficult period in our personal lives or even a lament for the job itself, occasionally, it can be tough to get going! Mike Judge’s hit […]

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Music album review: The Bones of What You Believe by CHVRCHES

October 16, 2013 6:30 pm1 comment
Music album review: The Bones of What You Believe by CHVRCHES

Electro pop Scottish trio from Glasgow, CHVRCHES have finally released their long awaited debut album The Bones of What You Believe. Kicking it off with a single that they released last year, The Mother We Share is a palatial mix of sparkly synths and hard hitting percussion. The tune hooks […]

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Ranking Romeos (And Juliets)

July 31, 2013 4:55 pm0 comments
Ranking Romeos (And Juliets)

Romeo and Juliet is undoubtedly considered a classic in contemporary society. The story itself has been adapted countless times; from animation to ballet, musicals to the silver screen, it is evident that as a global community this universal tale has earned its place as a favorite. Within the next week, […]

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King Of The Opera ‘Nothing Outstanding’ Reviewed

May 16, 2013 3:36 pm0 comments
King Of The Opera ‘Nothing Outstanding’ Reviewed

Samuel  Katarro introduces a musical project by the name of King Of The Opera. The Tuscan musician, better known as Alberto Mariotti, brings you ‘Nothing Outstanding.’ The album released less than a year ago, and even though I’m a little late on this one, I’m fortunate enough to get my hands […]

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Obnoxious and Pointless; Not Jedward, Jargon!

February 27, 2013 12:55 pm0 comments
Obnoxious and Pointless; Not Jedward, Jargon!

 It would appear that people simply adore making up new bizarre terms that baffle and bemuse anyone without the faintest understanding of what these said phrases could possibly mean. God, that’s such ‘low hanging fruit’ isn’t it? In my opinion, Jargon is simply the grown-ups version of the children’s playground […]

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Where Did All the Cowboys Go?

November 5, 2012 8:57 pm0 comments
Where Did All the Cowboys Go?

Once, western films were the standard fare of Hollywood. In fact, Hollywood was founded on the popularity of the ‘rootin’, tootin’ western one-reeler. Real cowboys were employed in the silent film era. They knew how to ride, how to shoot and rope, and a man had to do what a […]

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