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Top 5 Favorite PS2 Games

The second “It should be considered a weapon” console Sony released way back in the magical land of 2000 my favorite video game console released in glorious Nippon. 1,671 more words

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A Mancster Reviews: R.I.O.T. and the Narrative of Comics

By Florence Okoye

It’s not everyday you get invited to see a new show in Liverpool but one of the things I’ve learned since starting MancsterCon is that it’s surprising how often the not everyday occurs. 1,395 more words


Catching Up & Looking Ahead

As you may have noticed, this week has been about catching up. I’ve been woefully behind in sharing finished projects since — eek! — the beginning of the year. 904 more words



I sent this today as a birthday gift to my friend, but I think we can all use some for ourselves and remember that we are special and INDULGE our senses. 70 more words


Kunye & The Uncertainty Principle of Beads

I have been remiss. I finished my Kunye shawl exactly 2months ago and it has been dry on the blocking mats for a good long… oh, I don’t know… 3weeks probably. 935 more words


Middle East Eye: Comic Aamer Rahman on 'Islamophobia as a flavour of racism'

There’s something gripping about watching Aussie stand-up comedian Aamer Rahman in action. Beyond an undeniable personal charisma which has certainly contributed to his sell-out tours here in the UK, Australia and the US, the multi-award-winning comic has the ability to shock and challenge in equal measure, with sketches touching on some of the most controversial issues of the day, from the Islamic State group to Anders Breivik, skin heads to the detention of asylum seekers. 1,473 more words