Old Charm

16 Jun 19
The Hahne Walkthrough

By WCHahne Sometimes your own thoughts feel like they’re out of your control, working against you like malware on a computer. Life can be like that occasionally, hitting like a truck when you least expect it. Yet, in gaming, some have found an outlet they can control. In video games, players are presented with a […]

16 Jun 19
My Journey

*Trigger Warning* A few disclaimers before we start: As you can tell from the title of this essay this is a potentially triggering story. I ask that you read with caution and if you are a survivor if sexual assault and domestic violence yourself that you have support systems in place before you read: this […]

16 Jun 19
Zangonews360

Hearts of Oak striker Aboubakar Traore has been exposed for using black magic ‘juju’ during the Tier I Special Competition defeat to rivals Asante Kotoko. The Burkinabe was exposed while he prostrated in reaction to his side’s penalty shootout defeat and that exposed what he had around his waist to be a charm or talisman […]

16 Jun 19
UNTANGLED BLONDE

As my second week without alcohol comes to a close, it still feels as if I am “sampling” this new way of life. It’s like I’m pretending to be a non-drinker, and while this act seems to be fooling everyone just fine, it doesn’t quite feel real to me just yet. But at the same […]

16 Jun 19
Ponderings

When Daddy got up every morning all of The Tiny House was happy because of him. He was a whistler and there was almost always a merry tune streaming from his lips. It sounded of eagerness, like an intention to grab that day by the tail and wrangle some measure of goodness from it, no […]

16 Jun 19
Our Land

“Come and see Port Royal — come late in April or in May or June — when the crops are growing, the flowers blooming, the birds singing, the placid lake-like river just rippling into smiles. You shall dream yourself in Geneva…” – George Fitzhugh, 1859

16 Jun 19
Jay On The Web.com

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16 Jun 19
The Blog of a Bill Bryson Wannabe

*Denotes winners The “Did you see that” Award for Moment of the Season George Turner’s Maori Sidestep v Cardiff Blues (A) – At points over the last few seasons it has been said that the Warriors have lacked a ball carrier…apparently George Turner took these accusations personally and decided to take out his pent-up frustrations […]

16 Jun 19
Urban Living of the LGBTQ community In Ottawa

Ottawa’s LGBT: Past and Present Ottawa as the capital of Canada, is located along the scenic Ottawa River and is just a two-hour drive west from Montreal and a five-hour drive northeast from Toronto, two of the largest cities and most exciting gay meccas in Canada. Compared to larger cities like Toronto and Montreal, Ottawa […]

16 Jun 19
Urban Living of the LGBTQ community In Ottawa

Early in 1991, Lefebvre wrote a book named the production of space, which he argues that space is a social product, or a complex social construction based on individuals’ value and the social production of meanings. This argument discusses that spaces are built through human values and behaviours. As spaces being shaped by people living […]

16 Jun 19
Dog-eared Stories

I think the doctor’s last count was seven different incidents – each stroke leaving in its wake a little less Dad. One of the area’s of the brain that had been most severely affected was motivation, as was his ability to read and write.  After the last big one, his peripheral vision was also shot, […]

16 Jun 19
jdjdtravelmore

We had planned on visiting The Hague city, but on arrival could not find a parking space anywhere.  I think to visit this city you need to catch a train or a bus. The silver lining was it made us drive on to the small town of Deflt.