Monthly Archives: April 2011

Richard Swarbrick.

Football is often dubbed the beautiful game, but it’s a lot easier to appreciate the beauty of the game when it’s presented like this. The first video is an animation of Barcelona’s 5-nil thrashing of Real Madrid earlier this season. … Continue reading

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A productive day.

Boredom is a funny thing. Speaking of funny things, here are some humorous things that make me chuckle today. Anonymous, directed by Roland Emmerich (departing from his preferred ‘end of the world’-style movies e.g. The Day after Tomorrow and 2012), questions … Continue reading

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How have we come to be who we are now? Are our lives a product of a series of choices, mostly made by ourselves but also by others? We are inevitably and overwhelmingly shaped by our experiences. What if I hadn’t spent … Continue reading

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