Monthly Archives: January 2015

Blog About Sadness

There is a famous quote that says “sadness is happiness in a black jacket”. If you pay no deep thought to it, this is true. But if you do pay thought to it, then it is not true whatsoever. You … Continue reading

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The Myth of Equality

There is no such thing as equality. Yes, controversial, right? I should probably quantify myself lest people start throwing rotten vegetables at me in the street. Whilst I believe that everyone should be treated equally, I do not believe that … Continue reading

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The Capaldi Effect

During the recent series of Doctor Who, I noticed a new Whovian phenomenon. It was, as I like to call it, the Capaldi Effect. I witness it happening among the Anti-Moffateers. As usual, they disregard anything Moffish. This is perfectly … Continue reading

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Poem about Love

thaw (thô) v. 1. To change from a frozen solid to a liquid by gradual warning. 2. To become warm enough for snow and ice to melt. 3. To become less reserved. Aftermath I sleep…without her I breath…without her I … Continue reading

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Poem of Loss

I never had a chance to tell you that I love you Or to hold you to my chest To watch you sleep And as you sleep think ‘I made that’ I will never watch you grow Never to see … Continue reading

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Scientific Inaccuracies in Doctor Who

Recently, people have been complaining about the scientific inaccuracies in Doctor Who. Which, to be fair, is full of them. In the Forest of the Night and the Kill the Moon episode really seem to have inflamed those that enjoy … Continue reading

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Delusions of Youth

My old grandmother was very religious. She attended Church each Sunday and often organised events to fund money for charity. As much as I love her, she looked like a wizened monkey in a tight black dress. She used to … Continue reading

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