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#Graffiti from our travels

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I love taking pictures of graffiti everywhere we travel. Was cleaning out my phone and realised I had quite a collection so here, have a peek.

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Nick Cave: 20,000 Days on Earth - A review

***Originally appeared at www.audienceseverywhere.net. Go there for more features, reviews and general awesomeness***

Overview: Writer and musician Nick Cave marks his 20,000th day on the planet Earth. 2014; Drafthouse Films; Rated R; 98 Minutes

Into the Archive:I love Nick Cave (The Australian David Bowie? Discuss) and I was lucky enough to see this movie a few months ago at an Istanbul film…

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Friday Fictioneers: The Knocker #100words

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**Last night I watched the movie Tracks for Audienceseverywhere.net.I woke up this morning, wrote my review of it and decided to try and do a Friday Fictioneers in one sitting. I would look at the picture and then write and just see what came out. Tracks is a movie about a woman who walks from Alice Springs to the Indian Ocean (2,700 KM). I think the movie might have lingered, causing me to write…

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100 Word TV Review: Doctor Who: Listen

Steven Moffat seems to be the only Doctor Who writer who remembers that the TARDIS is a time machine, and that that means more than just having wacky adventures with Robin Hood or Shakespeare.

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The Fountain of Neptune

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Espresso with dark chocolate shavings

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Italian Book Covers, looking at cool book cover designs in #Bologna and #Florence

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Me and the wife are currently holidaying in Italy. Amongst the gluttonous eating and shopping , I like to visit local bookshops in the hopes of finding any little treasures and to complete my collection of worldwide Lemony Snicket books (I will make a post about this project when it is completed). Something we love about foreign bookshops is seeing the different covers that books have in…

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Beautiful balcony babe in #Bologna

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Florence

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Duomo, Florence

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Words to Learn

Saw this in the Guardian. The challenge is to try and use as many as I can in casual conversation.

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Machiavelli in #Florence

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100 Cool Things #49 #Stockfootage #blockbusters

Dissolve, a stock film footage company, has put together this video using their clips to recreate Hollywood blockbusters. The fun is guessing the movies and working out the references. My favourite was probably Terminator 2 or Robot Protects a Boy from a Shinier Robot (1991).

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100 Word Doctor Who Review: The First Doctor #doctorwho

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William Hartnell, the First Doctor, had the unenviable role of being the Doctor before anyone knew who the Doctor was. Throughout his run most of the tropes we associate with the show were not in place like having two hearts, Gallifrey, or even being called a Time Lord. He is simply an alien travelling the galaxy with his granddaughter. Originally planned by producers to be more villainous,…

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100 Cool Things #48 @heymonster draws awesome sainted ladies. Favourite? Starbuck, Lemon or Knope.

Over at Heymonster’s Society6 page he is selling gorgeous art prints showing some of the best female TV characters depicted as modern saints. I’m torn between getting the Liz Lemon, the Leslie Knope or the Starbuck. Or all of them. HM01 HM02 HM03 HM04 HM05 HM06 HM07 HM08 HM09

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