Author Archives: Adam Randall

Christmas Card Appreciation

One unhappy trend that I notice as I get older, is that fewer and fewer people seem to be writing Christmas cards these days – or at least, that’s the case among the circles of people that I interact with. … Continue reading

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Devil World

When you hear that there was a game called Devil World which was never allowed to be released in the US, your mind probably starts thinking of all kinds of Creepy Pasta-esque scenarios. Surely, it must be some kind of … Continue reading

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Top Icons of Christmas

I love Christmas. In fact, I am pretty obsessed with it. When December comes along, I enjoy watching a large number of Christmassy films and even reading Christmassy books when I can. Though, for some people, it’s viewed as a … Continue reading

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Dessert Dilemma

A couple of weeks ago, I attended a couple of weddings. This is the reason that there were some missed blog posts around that time. Going in, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I actually quite liked both of … Continue reading

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Ethics by Aristotle (translated by J. A. K. Thomson)

Aristotle was the student of Plato, who was the student of Socrates and I feel that the knowledge and wisdom had really refined itself by the time it got to Aristotle. By all means, they all have a lot of … Continue reading

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Jodie Whittaker’s Brilliant Thirteenth Doctor

Yesterday, Jodie Whittaker’s first series in Doctor Who came to an end. Some people love her, some people hate her (just like every other Doctor) and as a rabid fan of the entire Doctor Who universe, I thought I’d take … Continue reading

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Donkey Kong Country (Game Boy Colour)

I’ve played many different Donkey Kong Country games throughout the years and I’ve played many different versions of those games. Sadly, I feel as though this is, by far, the worst Donkey Kong Country experience of them all – and … Continue reading

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This is a subject I’m surprised I haven’t written about in any great detail before. Nando’s. My very favourite restaurant since summer 2012. It holds a great deal of sentimentality for me. Plus the food is pretty darn delicious. On … Continue reading

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Marked for Life by Paul Magrs

In the introduction to this book, Paul Magrs jokingly describes himself as the creator of the Queer Working Class Magic Realist genre. It was a good start, because it certainly piqued my interest and now that I’ve read the whole … Continue reading

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Fortune Cookie

A couple of weeks ago, I was out for dinner with a group of good friends in Corsham. We visited a Chinese restaurant called Imperial Garden – very fancy place, with delicious food and a good atmosphere. I ate a … Continue reading

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