Print Story Maybe we should've had a Unity Candle
By gzt (Tue Nov 03, 2009 at 02:46:27 PM EST) gzt, book, review, recycling, mother earth, congo (all tags)
The thing about stupid candles is that my typical method of disapproval, burning, doesn't work as well for obvious reasons. The inanity of the very concept!

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Print Story Punchdrunk in Wapping
Puzzles & Riddles
By stark (Thu Dec 14, 2006 at 06:51:42 AM EST) theatre, review, london, faust (all tags)
A few nights ago, I was in a small room in a dark, crumbling warehouse in the old streets of Wapping, wearing a rather creepy white mask, and avoiding the pentagon etched onto the floor.

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Print Story Reviews from a proactively wasted day
By Rogerborg (Fri Mar 24, 2006 at 06:43:37 AM EST) review, reviews, film, movie (all tags)
A rare day off sans broad or sproglet gives us the opportunity to explore the new standard in film reviews: the GHB flagpole system:
  • Gonads
  • Heart
  • Brain
If it needs any further explanation, then it's not the scale for you anyway, you fucking ignorant peasant.

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Print Story Moment 22
By DesiredUsername (Tue Feb 07, 2006 at 02:56:23 AM EST) netflix, movie, review, amelie (all tags)

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Print Story Only a few more hours
By stark (Fri Dec 23, 2005 at 02:19:03 AM EST) films, movies, review, photo, photos, picture, tree, gym (all tags)
before I slip into a coma. Jeeze, I'm even too tired to write a proper intro. Apologies. There's an exciting movie review and a photo inside, if you're interested...

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Print Story I have the most terrible rabbit infestation
By stark (Tue Dec 06, 2005 at 12:34:07 AM EST) films, movies, review, book, wallace and gromit, australia, pvr, topfield (all tags)
Wallace: Certainly, M'aam, we'll be there in
[hits the control panel and gets dragged up through the ceiling]
Wallace: ahhhh!
Lady Tottington: In an hour? But I can't wait that long!

Inside: Australia trip! Topfield TF5800 PVR! Book review! Film review: Wallace & Gromit - the verdict!

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Print Story Of course it's a return, you muppet
By stark (Wed Oct 26, 2005 at 12:06:10 AM EST) films, movies, review, australia, pistachio, heat, inkscape (all tags)
From today's Metro:

"In the Darkness's new song, Justin Hawkins sings that he's go 'a one-way ticket to hell and back'. Correct me if I'm wrong, but that's a return, isn't it?"

-- Steve Ainger London SE23

Mr Ainger: the wooshing sound you heard this morning was the point missing you at high speed. Unless you think the Darkness is a serious rock band?

Inside: Pistacios, Australia, Heat, Vector Graphics


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Print Story Moving, keep on moving
By stark (Fri Aug 12, 2005 at 08:51:16 AM EST) photos, photo, edinburgh, gardening, foo fighters, cv, parents, royksopp, review (all tags)
Jubilee line is broken. Dammit. Heigh ho, I didn't want to get home today anyway </sarcasm>

Inside: photo of the day, gardening, listening, CVs and a poll! Wow!!!1!

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