Monthly Archives: December 2014

Christmas Break

The longer I keep this blog for, the less and less keen I am to write simple ‘update’ posts; I like every entry to be its own little thing that anyone can read as a whole at any time, not … Continue reading

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The Night Before Christmas by Clement Clarke Moore

‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the home, not a single person was unfamiliar with this poem. Clement Clarke Moore’s famous poem “The Night Before Christmas” or, as it was originally called “A Visit From St. Nicholas”, is … Continue reading

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Homemade Christmas Card

I had quite a nice thing in the mail the other day. Since you’re all very perceptive people, I’m sure you’ve guessed from the title of this post and the photograph to the left that the nice thing I received … Continue reading

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A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

This book’s a real treat. For me, this is the story which I associate more strongly with Christmas than any other. It’s a classic and one which I think anybody can enjoy. I do like to keep my reviews completely … Continue reading

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Talking to Yourself

I recently filled a work placement at the Chippenham Job Centre for a month and a half and I have a lot to say about that, but my main points will have to wait for another day. What I’d like … Continue reading

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Two Beautiful Christmas Days

Christmas is a day that I spend with my family, but, of course, I’m very fond of my friends too, so I always like to have special “Christmas Days” with them before the actual Christmas itself. Today I’d like to … Continue reading

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EarthBound

EarthBound is the second game in the Mother trilogy (in Japan it’s known as Mother 2). However, while all three games in the series are tied together, they also work perfectly as standalone titles and can be enjoyed to the … Continue reading

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Shortcut

On one particular Thursday in late 2012 I was attending a plenary lecture with plans to stay over with friends (David Tubb and Tülin) after it was finished. I was always very fond of these lectures (which were very exciting … Continue reading

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Christmas Association

I remember, last year, it was about a week away from Christmas, I was eating loads of small Christmas snacks and I was comfortably full, the heating was on and I was watching The Walking Dead. This year, I look … Continue reading

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The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks

I think this game has a bit of an unfair reputation for being not very good. People think “Why does this game have trains in it? Trains have nothing to do with Zelda! It must be bad” and “It looks … Continue reading

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