Monthly Archives: June 2011

Maru.

Ah, cats. Cats do seem to polarise the world, dividing opinion between those that think that they are the spawn of the devil, leaving hair and dead rodents/birds everywhere, and those that think that the Egyptians were onto something when … Continue reading

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Referendum 2011, The Double Down and 127 Hours.

2011 is election year in NZ. This year, we have the added privilege of not only voting for either a Labour or National-led government (does it matter anymore?), but we also get to voice our opinion on how good the … Continue reading

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The Remains of the Day.

The Remains of the Day is a fascinating novel; slow to start but eventually it had me hooked. The author Kazuo Ishiguro, who also penned Never Let Me Go, is a British author of Japanese nationality. Belying your initial reaction … Continue reading

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