Monthly Archives: November 2007

Cat PICSpam!

With silly captions (now i’ve worked out how to upload from my phone…) Lucius:Yes – the reference books are mine. She never opens them. The wine? Hers. Lili:  MUM!  THE BOYS HAVE OPENED THE SHOPPING!!! Lucius: Art Deco is nice, … Continue reading

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Discworld Meme

I don’t know if I’m completely in agreement, but yes, an amalgam of the top five is pretty accurate.   I drink – I like cats – I use double entendres as a weapon – I have blue eyes – … Continue reading

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There was a film on on Armistice Day called “My Boy Jack” which featured Dan Radcliffe – and I have to say that he seems to be shaping into a decent actor. I like the way that he’s actually worked … Continue reading

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Review: Orphan’s Quest (Part One of the Chronicles of Firma) by Pat Nelson Childs Good read but a little too remote for me

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Buggrit Well, you live and learn, I suppose. I was wondering why Aspen Mountain Press haven’t sent me an edited version of my novella “Chiaroscuro” which will (should) be coming out in December sometime, and before I emailed the publisher … Continue reading

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The most famous split infinitive!

Just got back from The Menagerie which they were showing at the cinema – was amazing to see on the big screen.  Evidently the entire thing is a big promotion to launch the H-D and remastered versions of the Star … Continue reading

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HE’S HOME!

Thank you for all your good wishes – I had a card from Elisa and was in the hall opening it, and there’s his little Hitler face peering around the door frame. After five minutes of hugging and kissing I … Continue reading

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John Barrowman on Strictly Come Dancing!?

EEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!

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The Old Lie

DULCE ET DECORUM EST Bent double, like old beggars under sacks,  Knock-kneed, coughing like hags, we cursed through sludge,  Till on the haunting flares we turned our backs  And towards our distant rest began to trudge.  Men marched asleep. Many … Continue reading

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Crack your Erastes, indeed…

Happy Birthdays ,  and !  Hope you have/had a great day! Blow, winds, and crack your Erastes! Which work of Shakespeare was the original quote from? Get your own quotes: That’s rather rude!  Oh Silly Me. Of course, it’s me. … Continue reading

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