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[edit 10Sep2020 — following a comment by Russellings of the Spirit (below), I feel that I ought to point out that in order to make sense of my post here, you really do need to first watch this video clip. … Continue reading
With a hat tip to Fandango’s Friday Flashback, here we are, albeit a day late, with a post of mine from eight years ago today. There’s nothing special about ‘eight years’; it’s simply that, of all the fourth of April … Continue reading
Kiri-Kin-Tha’s first law of metaphysics is: ‘Nothing unreal exists.’ Bear with me; I hope you’ll be able to see where I’m going with this shortly. As far as I know, none of you exist. From a certain point of view, … Continue reading
I seem to have hit a period of recurring themes, coming back to haunt me like a Sierpinski triangle. A boss of mine some years ago (nice chap) was adamant that he had reached a stage in his life in … Continue reading
As well as being a phlyarologist, I’m a wannabe poet. I think that poetry is like any art form: it has subjective value, modified by our perceptions. Since we’re all different, we’ll each come to our own decisions of the … Continue reading