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Gerhard Richter at the Whitechapel Art Gallery
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Gerhard Richter at the Whitechapel Art Gallery
I’ve never seen so many images in one show – there are several thousand – so on that basis maybe this justifies the high ‘8.50 admission. It’s dominated by his long-term, co[…]

the “wick effect” just debuted on midsomer murders
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the “wick effect” just debuted on midsomer murders, so underground culture is officially over (i wz flicking channels OK!!?)[…]

Monopoly ‘ Lord of the Rings Edition
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Monopoly ‘ Lord of the Rings Edition
A few weeks ago Mark Sinker wondered “Are there any board games which are actually IMPROVED or AT ALL CHANGED – as opposed to momentarily coloured – by having their own classic scenarios re[…]

Probably the best thing to take away the taste of a Haribo Super Pirato salted licorice drop
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Probably the best thing to take away the taste of a Haribo Super Pirato salted licorice drop is a Swedish Pepper Ball (scroll down).[…]

What is the key trait of being a loveably prolific screen actor.
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What is the key trait of being a loveably prolific screen actor. If you ask Michael Caine, it is probably something to do with the having the really prolifically (for which read bad) part of you career a good twenty years ago. These days Caine is rar[…]

Wive$watch
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Wive$watch:OK so Tanya had !!!triply!!! treacherous sex w.Conrad on a Lear Jet, carving her initial on his butt w.her fingernail extensions, for Amber to spot and know and weep. Isn’t this the entire plot of The Pillowbook, except hyper-compres[…]

Books you’re too old to read at 34
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Books you’re too old to read at 34
Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas ‘ Hunter S Thompson
Despite four years as a student, an insatiable appetite for reading and an impressionable and gullible mind, I’ve never read Fear & Loathi[…]

Three Two Warzawa
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Three Two Warzawa: Mark Pytlik is an author and an ILM contributor and now he is a blogger too (it’s like critical food-chain Happy Families!). Hopefully his work will clear a bit and he can update more.[…]

The Tofu Hut
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The Tofu Hut: Formally at least this is the best MP3 blog I’ve seen – conversational tone, good readable design, lots of info and links on each track. Currently up are some very tasty-looking African tunes, soul rarities and a bit of blue[…]

Hunting on the web for information about St Trinians
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Hunting on the web for information about St Trinians – in particular when exactly Ronald Searle originally began drawing his cartoons (because some of them appear behind the credits in a proto-Trinians movie, 1950’s The Happiest Days of Y[…]

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