Monthly Archives: July 2017


Here are two things that I don’t like very much – eating tomatoes and wasting food.  As you can imagine, these two interests sometimes clash. This usually happens when I am eating a burger and a tomato has been put … Continue reading

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Let’s Imagine for a Second, That Being Trans isn’t a Scientific Possibility

While you’ll find some people who claim otherwise, what I have read suggests that being trans is a scientific fact. Some men are born with vaginas, some women born with penises. Anyway, I’m not going to get into that – … Continue reading

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Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS

Earlier this year, I wrote a review of Super Mario Maker and this review of the 3DS version will kind of be written as a comparative, so you might like to read the original review before drawing any conclusions. The … Continue reading

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Site Valuation

I’ve been filled with a renewed sense of vigor about this blog recently. Today I use a site which gives a free valuation of websites and it turns out that my blog is now about ten times more valuable than … Continue reading

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It Gets Better

I recently read an argument from someone who claimed that it was offensive to say “it gets better” to someone who has depression, because it displays an ignorance about the nature of depression and highlights that the person who said … Continue reading

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling

This book is (to use a cliched term) the explosive finale to the Harry Potter series of books. Don’t read this review unless you’re familiar with everything that happens up until this book, as there may be spoilers. If you’re … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on Doctor Who’s First Female Doctor

On Sunday, they announced that the Thirteenth Doctor will be played by Jodie Whittaker. This will make her the first Doctor (in the main canon) to be female. This, of course, has provoked lots of responses from the Doctor Who … Continue reading

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Competition Driven Writing

I was recently talking to a friend of mine who told me that they felt that they needed healthy competition to motivate their creative writing. I don’t need competition (nor have I ever) so it was an interesting new perspective … Continue reading

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Spyro the Dragon

Spyro the Dragon is one of those early 3D platformers from the 1990s which helped to make the genre become very popular. At the time of it’s release, I did not own a console which could play it, so it … Continue reading

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The Joy of Tying Things Together

Since a very young age, I have enjoyed playing video games which star the loveable gorilla known as Donkey Kong. Earlier this year, I watched an anime called Assassination Classroom and fell in love with the main character, Koro-sensei (a … Continue reading

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