Transmissions

My professional portfolio is here, with all the places contaminated with containing my work. If you’re looking for a whistle-stop tour of Indifferent Ignorance, here are some of my blogging themes and favourite topics:

All my posts about MCR and the MCRmy (unless I forgot to tag them)

Anything roughly politics-related (unless I forgot to tag it)

Stuff that might get Internet trolls in a bother

All book reviews (click the menu dropdown to read more about my book reviewing)

The 50 Blog Challenge blogs (click the menu dropdown to read more about my insane blog idea)

5 thoughts on “Transmissions

  1. Hello. I am a 20 year old student. I used to have a classmate named Francesca Burke in Our Lady’s Catholic High School, Liverpool, U.K.
    I desperately want to find her because I still love her, even though it has been six years since I last saw her. Anyway I think she has forgotten about me because I wasn’t important for her, so I have to start from a scratch if I find her.
    I would be greatful if anyone guided me on how to find my lost love.
    Thank You

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    • Well, I’m not her because I’m from Essex. Also I have never been to Liverpool.

      Keep Googling, I guess. Search her on Facebook, Twitter, etc., and check your old schoolfriends to see if they know?!

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  2. I have a chemistry teacher called Frank Burke. He’s Canadian. And likes blowing stuff up. Lots. Every lesson, infact.

    But i also know who you are, and never get confused between the two. Nor am i looking for you. Because i know where you live, and, if i really wanted to, could stalk you.

    x🙂

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    • I know someone called Francesca Burke! Oh…It’s you…
      However, I also have a friend at school called Francesca Burt and your birthdays are very close together. I never get confused though, I always remember your birthday!

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