• Here’s a few interesting facts about pumpkins

    Here is a collection of pumpkin trivia and FAQs:

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    Posted on October 5, 2019 by
  • Where do Zombies Come from (Nerdwriter)

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    Posted on October 3, 2019 by
  • 10 funny software puns that will get any developer chuckling (or cringing)

    Why don’t programmers like nature? It has too many bugs. I got fired from my job as a software engineer. I just couldn’t get with the program. Old programmers never die, they just can’t C as well. When computer programmers are hungry they take mega-bites. Old programmers never die .. they just lose their memory…. Read more »

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    Posted on October 1, 2019 by
  • Animal Jokes for today

    Reporter: “Excuse me, may I interview you?” Man: “Yes!” Reporter: “Name?” Man: “Abdul Al-Rhazim.” Reporter: “Sex?” Man: “Three to five times a week.” Reporter: “No no! I mean male or female?” Man: “Yes, male, female… sometimes camel.” Reporter: “Holy cow!” Man: “Yes, cow, sheep… animals in general.” Reporter: “But isn’t that hostile?” Man: “Yes, horse… Read more »

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    Posted on September 29, 2019 by
  • The Goldfinch vs Pilsudski or the tale of the two Borys

    I decided to treat myself last night and I went to the movies (Cineworld Unlimited perks means I can see as many as I want, when I want). Earlier this week I went to see The Kitchen (and was severely disappointed by the story and feminist agenda – even though the 70s backdrop was on… Read more »

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    Posted on September 28, 2019 by
  • Black and white photography

    “I love the subtlety of tones that black and white images can have. In a world that often boasts about how many millions of colors a TV or monitor is able to produce – I love that in ‘Mono’ there is such a variety of what can be achieved in a photo. Black and White… Read more »

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    Posted on September 27, 2019 by
  • Sonnet 65: Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, nor boundless sea

    Since brass, nor stone, nor earth, nor boundless sea But sad mortality o’er-sways their power, How with this rage shall beauty hold a plea, Whose action is no stronger than a flower? O, how shall summer’s honey breath hold out Against the wrackful siege of batt’ring days, When rocks impregnable are not so stout, Nor… Read more »

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    Posted on September 25, 2019 by
  • NIGHT ON THE MOUNTAIN By George Sterling

    The fog has risen from the sea and crowned The dark, untrodden summits of the coast, Where roams a voice, in canyons uttermost, From midnight waters vibrant and profound. High on each granite altar dies the sound, Deep as the trampling of an armored host, Lone as the lamentation of a ghost, Sad as the… Read more »

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    Posted on September 23, 2019 by
  • An Octopus – Poetry

    By Marianne Moore of ice. Deceptively reserved and flat, it lies ‘in grandeur and in mass’ beneath a sea of shifting snow-dunes; dots of cyclamen-red and maroon on its clearly defined pseudo-podia made of glass that will bend–a much needed invention– comprising twenty-eight ice-fields from fifty to five hundred feet thick, of unimagined delicacy. ‘Picking… Read more »

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    Posted on September 21, 2019 by
  • ULTIMA VERBA (Victor Hugo) Poetry

    La conscience humaine est morte ; dans l’orgie, Sur elle il s’accroupit ; ce cadavre lui plaît ; Par moments, gai, vainqueur, la prunelle rougie, Il se retourne et donne à la morte un soufflet.

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    Posted on September 19, 2019 by