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rainy wandering saturday shopping  »  yaniblog
Today worked out pretty well, even if we did get rained on a few times.I got up reasonably early this morning and changed my bedding and did a general tidy up. While I was doing that I happened to flick the TV on, which isn't something I normally do, and caught the second half of a Roger Moore movie from 1970, The Man Who Haunted Himself. With an actor who didn't have the emotional range of a teaspoon, it could have been genuinely spooky, but, yeah... good old Roge (and slightly telling that he considers it to be ...
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Posted:  5/30 4:39pm
photo friday: mono beach  »  yaniblog
Today has been A Very Odd Day.This whole week has somewhat tried my patience, but what's new really.But today was just somewhat peculiar... starting with the fact that there didn't seem to be anyone in the office... we were actually down about nine people due to days off and whatnot. Then it was Herschel's last day before she goes off to Europe for a couple of months (having only gotten back from Europe mid way through last year)... so we had a going away afternoon tea... which technically turned into a late second lunch.And it's always ...
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Posted:  5/29 5:44pm
goodbye...  »  R*Y A N: blogging with a queer bent...
i hate goodbyes.it's one thing i've come to learn. but as much as i may despise them, i realise that they're something altogether necessary. like now.in case you were wondering, though i know most of you have pretty much figured it out, the time has come to finally end this blog. it's been lots of fun and i've enjoyed every part of it. god only knows how much i've cherished the experience.so thanks for sticking around; i hope you've enjoyed your stay. and yeah, i guess this is it.goodbye.x1st june 2005 - 12th may 2009 ...
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Posted:  5/27 8:45pm
movies: a royal night out  »  yaniblog
A Royal Night Out is a thoroughly enjoyable movie. One might even be tempted to go as far as to say it's jolly fun.On VE Day in 1945, the then Princess Elizabeth and her sister Princess Margaret went incognito outside the palace to join in the celebrations for the end of World War II. This movie takes that real life fact and... kind of runs away with the idea.The best way to sum it up is to say that it's one part Roman Holiday and one part farce.But it's never too over the top or ridiculous... I would ...
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Posted:  5/26 5:50pm
unseen theatre company: small gods  »  yaniblog
I won't lie, Small Gods is the Terry Pratchett Discworld novels I have the most... complicated, I guess, relationship with. Most of this stems from the fact that this is Terry's satire on religion, and I find myself annoyed by certain characters and frustrated by the religious dogma, even while it's been made fun of.It's also a difficult novel to turn into a two hour play, due partly to the complexity of the story, but mostly because of the fact that one of the characters is the Great God Om, currently manifesting in the body of a very small ...
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Posted:  5/24 6:21am