The Bridge

26 Apr 19
National Post

This is likely Daniel Craig’s last outing as Bond — with a script having gone through several hands already

26 Apr 19
Laura Jean Spineti

WhoSampled.com is very interesting (and possibly somewhat inaccurate) because 3 of the songs I looked into for direct audio samples were simply the artist quoting or referencing another song. However, I suppose this launches us into the debate of “what is a sample”? and WhoSampled.com could simply be of the opinion that a quotation is […]

26 Apr 19
The Writing Garnet

Many thanks to Heather for the blog blitz invite and ARC, here is my review of ‘Rosie and Ruby’ by Patricia Dixon. Is their family bond unbreakable? Ruby lives one-step away from poverty on a rundown, crime-infested estate in Manchester, with Stella, her feckless, self-centered a mother. In the quiet suburbs of Cheshire Rosie, Ruby’s […]

26 Apr 19
Inflamed Frontal Lobe

I used to participate in a monthly flash fiction challenge based on three words plucked from a word generator. The stories I wrote always felt like someone else wrote them. Like someone else’s stream-of-consciousness was flowing from my hands to the keyboard. They’ve all just been sitting in my Google Docs with file names like […]

26 Apr 19
Another Adventure...

As I mentioned in my last blog, for our one year anniversary, Kane secretly booked a trip to Italy for us. I mentioned the gondola ride we went on, but I left some details out so I could go into them in this blog. I was so happy that we found a couple to share […]

26 Apr 19
robintudge

18 April 2019 There’s a lot of angst amid the Remainers as their vote is split so many ways. Meanwhile there’s no direction from on-high, we continue to do what we do because that’s all we know, doing something, but it’s a colossal resource that’s being put to waste amid all this, for want of […]

26 Apr 19
TRADCATKNIGHT/ORDER OF THE EAGLE

Former Munich Cardinal Friedrich Wetter, 91, has praised an alleged statue of Saint Boniface on the Corbinian bridge in Freising, Germany. England born Boniface (+754) is the Apostle of the Germans. His statue represents a mix between a bankster and Frankenstein. Cardinal Wetter viewed the statue in early April and approved of it claiming that […]

26 Apr 19
Western PA News

The crash involved at least 24 cars and four semis. One of the trucks was carrying a flatbed full of lumber — which contributed to a large fire on the roadway. Six people were taken to the hospital, including the driver of the semi. That driver, who sustained minor injuries, is now in police custody […]

26 Apr 19
MANAGER MINT MEDIA

Image source: The Motley Fool. Avnet (NASDAQ:AVT) Q3 2019 Earnings CallApril 25, 2019 4:30 p.m. ET Contents: Prepared Remarks Questions and Answers Call Participants Prepared Remarks: Operator Greetings, and welcome to the Avnet third-quarter fiscal 2019 earnings conference call. [Operator instructions] As a reminder, this conference is being recorded. It is now my pleasure to […]

26 Apr 19
Reviewers of the Lost Art

Well, this was inevitable. In the aftermath of The Decimation, which saw half of all life in existence extinguished by the manipulation of the Infinity Stones by Thanos, the remaining Avengers and various ragtag survivors are unified with the single goal to restore harmony to the universe, once and for all. I don’t think its […]

26 Apr 19
EW.com

It began with a crab and a naked Norman Reedus. That was the weird teaser video (shown above) released of Death Stranding, the highly anticipated next venture from Metal Gear Solid‘s Hideo Kojima, at the E3 presentations in 2016. At the time, that was all we had of the mystery project. “Right now we have more, […]

26 Apr 19
Atlanta Bike Rides

Day 1 Some places are off limits to bicycles. I get that. The running track isn’t a velodrome. A bicycle has no place being ridden in a cemetery regardless of speculation about what the dead themselves would think of it. The Appalachian Trail is hallowed ground. Yet I went where the bikes don’t go. April […]

26 Apr 19
frans travel tales

Our night in Newburyport was very comfortable. They know how to do hospitality here. The place was Essex St Inn and was lovely. We headed off for a drive to nearby Plum Island. Not as grand as yesterday’s Castle Island – it’s more a beach place. Houses – both big and small – are built […]