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Imagining the Antipodes- Hungarian Analysts and Australia ( Book Review).

Judit Meszaros (2014), Ferenczi and Beyond: Exile of the Budapest School and Solidarity in the Psychoanalytic Movement During the Nazi Years, London, Karnac, 270 pages including bibliography and index. 2,121 more words

Clara Geroe

A Comparison of Persons with Disabilities - 1930's America vs. Putin's Russia

In previous posts, I have mentioned that the conditions in Russia were bad for Joshua.  People with disabilities (especially orphan children) are not even 2nd class citizens there…they are among the worst of the worst…not fully human under Putin’s regime.   569 more words

Russia

Playmate (Ida Mae)

PLAYMATE (Ida Mae)

Details & photos ex Harold Kidd

Playmate was built by Sam Ford in 1936 for Roy Swales of Epsom. Her original engine was a 2 cylinder National 20hp diesel, later replaced with a Fairbanks Morse while in RNZAF service. 179 more words

Launches

S01E12 The Big Goodbye

http://startrektherewatch.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/s01e12-the-big-goodbye.mp3

Rob and Grant discuss ‘The Big Goodbye’, Star Trek’s first ever episode in which the holodeck malfunctions and the crew are trapped within. Picard, Data, Beverly and Whalen(?!) are stuck in the world of Dixon Hill, and we finally get to know the holodeck plot device that Star Trek fans have enjoyed/reviled ever since. 73 more words

Season 1

1930s Style Mart Granite Cloth suit

http://www.ebay.com/itm/281428152764
This vintage suit was made in the late 1930s-early 1940s by Style Mart Clothes for the Edward C. Pease Co. of The Dalles, Oregon. It is made of granite cloth, in that distinctive blue/green shade, with subtle rust red and blue stripes. 116 more words

Fashion

Gosford Park: No Downton Abbey

I began watching Julien Fellows’ Gosford Park with high hopes. After all, I love Downton Abbey and Fellows won the Oscar for this screenplay.

I was disappointed. 320 more words

Drama

Gosford Park, No Downton Abbey

I began watching Julien Fellows’ Gosford Park with high hopes. After all, I love Downton Abbey and Fellows won the Oscar for this screenplay.

I was disappointed. 306 more words

Review