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Music post #6: Review of Gamlor’s Atemlos Durch mix on Soundcloud

Let me state right from the start that I do not know Gamlor, I have never met him, and I have never had an online conversation with him. That being said, I have adored Gamlor’s mixes for many years now. Gamlor started off in the late 00’s creating “moombahton” mixes and putting them online.  Moombahton

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Are soap operas a waste of time?

  Soap operas, love them or hate them, are an important part of the lives of millions, if not billions of people.  Every country has at least one or two to call their own.  America has Days Of Our Lives, New Zealand has Shortland Street, Afghanistan has the popular radio show, ‘New Home, New Life.’ A

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Should men put the toilet seat down? An analysis

Should men put the toilet seat down?  It’s a horrible question that we have all struggled with, in our families and relationships.  Here are some points to consider:   For women, and men too, there is a risk of sitting down upon the cold, damp, seat-less toilet, if the seat is left up and they

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Guest Interview #1: My friend and author Eel Six talks about his book

Last year a friend of mine based in Wales took time off work to write a fiction book, and spent many months working full time writing.  I emailed him some questions about his book, and I post the results below to help promote his book.  I hope that this interview is interesting to people. Hello Eel.

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Games Post #1: 10 Poker Tips For Online Play

Poker is a great game and online poker is a great way to play whenever you want, so here’s some tips.  Disclaimer:  I’m not a poker expert by any means, so if you disagree with me or have anything to add, please leave comments!   1/ Be patient Patience is essential for poker.  If you

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Philosophical post #4: reality is unknowable which is why you have an inferiority complex

If I described myself, I would say I’m intelligent, strong and OK at sports.  To me that sums up a pretty successful kinda man. Other people might well describe me as an unmarried, unemployed, mentally ill train wreck. The important thing is the reality.  Both descriptions are correct, but my actual level of success and happiness is

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Philosophical post #3: Schizophrenia and Stress

I received very helpful feedback on my last post on schizophrenia. It is clear that I need to expand on the idea that schizophrenia may be caused by (chronic) stress and nothing else.   It seems simple to prove that schizophrenia, or any illness, is genetic. Just do a study, do some mathematics, bish bash

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Schizophrenia and genetics – Philosophical post #2

Schizophrenia is found in 1 out of 100 people in western countries. Most people have heard of it but only have a vague idea what it is.       Most people have a story of the person from school or college who “went crazy” and got taken away.  That person might well have been

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Guest Post #1 – Eel Six reviews: Cogwheel Dogs

I am listening to “Cycles Repeat” right now. It’s soothing and melodic and yet I want to find meaning. ‘Meaning,’ (ha ha), this could provoke the ramblings of words torn apart by the vicious strings of guitars and double bass. That’s how I feel when I hear Rebecca sing … I see highways (and I

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Philosophical post #1 : On tiredness

Semi-gratuitous picture of a tired woman. I am tired all the time, like so many people.  In a recent imaginary study, 65% of adults reported that they feel tired or very tired more than half the time.  And also, a mere 7% of statistics are made up on the spot. Actually, I retract that comment. 

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