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18 Apr 19
Barbara J Thatcher's Blog of the Random and not so Random

Track 1: “Violet” by Hole: Lyrics to “Violet:” And the sky was made of amethyst And all the stars were just like little fish You should learn when to go You should learn how to say no Might last a day, yeah Mine is forever Might last a day, yeah Mine is forever Well they […]

18 Apr 19
Paesi che vai...libri che trovi

“The grandeur of the spectacle was undoubted, as well as its arid and deserted air.” Journey to the centre of the world. Jules Verne   MUST SEE – My highlights in pictures:   “At this moment I heard an accustomed and well-known sound running along the floors of the granite rock—a kind of dull and […]

18 Apr 19
The Crop Duster

Teen Spirit (Max Minghella, 2018). Stock story all the way (small-town girl, in this case from the Isle of Wight, sets her hopes on a TV talent contest; add absent father, resentful immigrant mother, wise alcoholic mentor), yet the movie has a crafted look and sound. It’s also got Elle Fanning, expending not one iota […]

18 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

By Sunita Patel-Carstairs, news reporter Liverpool star Mo Salah was named one of Time's 100 Most Influential People in 2019. The 26-year-old Egyptian footballer became one of the six cover stars of the US alongside singer Taylor Swift, Killing Eve actress Sandra Oh, actor and former wrestler "The Rock" Dwayne Johnson, American politician Nancy Pelosi […]

18 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

51. Run for your wife (2012) This is the bottom of the pile. Scrape the barrel long enough and you will find it under the barrel, somewhere near the center of the earth. Dench has a confusing cameo appearance as Bagdame in this world-historically horrible and unpleasant farce from Ray Cooney. 50. Mrs. Henderson presents […]

18 Apr 19
ChubbyCheeks

Chapter 223: The Death of Consort Jing (Part 1) At the end of the rock garden, there was a long staircase and at the bottom of the steps, there was a female. There were large patches of blood pools below the female, making Shen Miao and the two maids behind stunned. When they went up […]

18 Apr 19
K.S. Fabian

<<Previous                         Beginning                   Next>> Lottie woke up late Monday morning. She was still worn out from all the digging and running she had done Saturday night. She had slept most of her Sunday away. She rushed through […]

18 Apr 19
Tangent Fiction

The little group that I had come to know as the Court sat around the living room in a kind of round table sans the table kind of way. The faces of my partners in crime were stone as they mulled over everything I had told them. I couldn’t tell in those moments if they […]

18 Apr 19
Bookish Chat

Publisher: Weidenfeld & Nicolson Publication Date: 30th April That cover! How beautiful and classy is that?! I requested a copy of Cape May after reading the blurb and thinking ‘yeah go on then’. Knowing I would potentially enjoy it, BUT I had no idea just how much it would consume me! 1957 and young newlyweds […]

18 Apr 19
Opinion India

One wo(man) one vote” is the nominal cornerstone of our democracy. But in practice the elective power of a vote varies significantly across states. On the surface, we are very democratic — elections are held regularly and voter enthusiasm has not waned unlike elsewhere. Participative Indians Voter turnout — the proportion of those on the […]

18 Apr 19
Sports Radio Service

Photo credit: Sports Graphic Number of Bungeishunjū Ltd. By Lewis Rubman SRS Contributor March 17, 2019 OAKLAND — MLB is a game of ambivalence, paradox, constant decision making, and frequent boredom, interspersed with excitement, tension, and brief flashes of indescribable beauty, in which young men with short careers toil in their craft or sullen art, […]

18 Apr 19
learning2walkdaily

1 Kings 22: 13Then the messenger who went to summon Micaiah spoke to him saying, “Behold now, the words of the prophets are uniformly favorable to the king. Please let your word be like the word of one of them, and speak favorably.” 14But Micaiah said, “As the LORD lives, what the LORD says to […]

18 Apr 19
Pete Springer

One of the realities of recently turning sixty is I find myself thinking more about my mortality. It isn’t a feeling of depression, sadness, or some midlife crisis; it’s the realization that it’s time to start knocking off some of the items on my bucket list. I am happy to report that I recently completed […]

18 Apr 19
RatherTooFondofBooks

About the Book Mr Baxter is ninety-four years old when he falls down his staircase and finds himself resident at Melrose Gardens Retirement Home. Baxter is many things – raconteur, retired music teacher, rabble-rouser, bon viveur; but ‘good patient’ he is not. Indeed, Melrose Gardens is his worst nightmare. Then he meets Gregory. Greg is […]