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#OnePulse – Vigil for Our Human Family

Today I attended a vigil for the people murdered in Orlando, Florida in a gay nightclub this week. For the most part, it looked wonderful while I was on a bus stuck in traffic. This is the nature of city … Continue reading

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Don’t Give Up on My Struggle: Referencing Modern Television Fiction to Explain What’s Wrong with The X-Files and Why It’s Important That We Fix It

Don’t Give Up on My Struggle: Referencing Modern Television Fiction to Explain What’s Wrong with The X-Files and Why It’s Important That We Fix It Once Upon A Time I watched Doctor Who. This was during my illness and I … Continue reading

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Keeping Up Appearances

My local gym pool had a clean recently. Nine people were crammed into the dry sauna while the staff hosed down the steam room. Instead of the usual British – we have to make skin/costume contact, but do not engage … Continue reading

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Post-Christmas 2015

Hello, and Happy New Gregorian Year to those who celebrate! It’s still raining. Storm Frank is still interfering with my sleep and the layout of my garden (the neighbours are returning the errant plant pots). Three electrical items decided to … Continue reading

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MADness, the bad kind. Marrakech, Morocco

  Country seven of two hundred. A place I have no intention of returning to until I have engineered biological agents that make people gay. I wish I could move the Riad Maison BelBaraka to outside the Medina walls, and … Continue reading

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Reverse Advent Calendar

In the wake of fear mongering by controlled media sources, and a pretty rubbish experience in Marrakech at the same time, this year I’m doing a reverse advent calendar. For each day in December leading up to Christmas, I’m giving … Continue reading

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Easter Transformation

Easter / Ishtar has come and gone. It confused me as a child why there were fertility symbols such as eggs and rabbits alongside a story about a guy dying and then becoming a liche. My research about overlapping festivals … Continue reading

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