The Hay Festival!

How has your half term been? That’s nice. Right, pleasantries over, let’s talk about mine. We’ll leave out Monday and today, because I mostly stayed at home and with Fred and Donnie, and I do that a lot. Let’s chat about the Hay Festival. I was only at the festival and in the town, Hay-on-Wye, for […]

How To Not Write a Shit Blog

I Googled that very title to make myself feel better and it turns out that despite all the questionable wonderful advice that’s out there for bloggers, nobody’s actually telling anyone else how to not be shit. Or they were, because this ties in perfectly with January’s which-website-features-make-you-want-to-shoot-the-Internet post, which got you all talking quite a […]

AS Standards IV

I have Politics and English on Friday I had Politics and English on Friday so I needed a way to blog about the two… and I’ve found one, in the shape of Basil Hallward:   While we’re on the subject of Dorian, here are some pictures I’ve been trying to post since October:   Well, his […]

AS Standards III: People I’d Like to Quote in Religious Studies Essays… and Really Shouldn’t.

I’m not sure which of the following I’ve already talked about, but I had to take an extended arm-break from revision this evening so I’m doing it the YouTube way: 1) “Not only is it, erm, erm, how do you say… right.” Bye bye Augustinian theodicy! “… As a punishment for having a sort of schizophrenic discourse […]

I’m Not Rich and I’m Not Looking to Emigrate, But If I Was…

I’d seriously consider buying this. The restaurant food would be made entirely of egg and wheat-free food (in fact while I’m at it I’d make it gluten-free too, and possibly organic – locally grown yes?). I’d write in the back rooms, employ a bunch of other people to hold the fort when I’m gallivanting around the globe promoting said […]