Archive: March 2014

This week has been… difficult. There’s a post coming up about writing this, and the events leading up to it, but this is the eulogy I read at my grandfather’s funeral this afternoon.  Frank Miland was born in Cambridgeshire during

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I’m working late tonight. In fact, it’s 22:10 and I’m still in my office, which looks like this: It’s usually a little tidier than that, but I started at 08:00 today, spent six hours of it traipsing around London to

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According to my emails, I bought Supernatural Season 1 from iTunes on 10/Feb/2010. I just finished the season finale. That’s 22 episodes in 1495 days, or ~68 days an episode. As of today, 187 episodes have been broadcast, or 165 remaining for me, which

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Earlier today someone on my dashboard posted “Often I wonder what would happen if I set this thing on fire. Most of the time the answer is ‘It will be on fire’”. Often I have thought something similar, although my

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‘Old Bike’ by Rob CantorEveryone’s sad and alone sometimes But it’s better to have a companion ride Everyone’s Saturday night goes wrong sometimes

Our flat, quiet and serene, has a mouse problem. Next door used to have a mouse problem, but they apparently moved out because of it, and now we have a mouse problem instead, which is awesome. Our landlord has put

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The following post contains minor spoilers for the end of the GW2 Living Story Season 1 plotline, but I’ll say before I start on them. Mostly it’s an article about narrative within GW2 and the first LS season. Either way,

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Douglas Adams, Hitchiker’s Guide: For years, the fabulously beautiful planet of Bethselamin increased its booming tourist industry without any worries at all. Alas, as is often the case, this was an act of utter stupidity, as it led to a colossal cumulative

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