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British classics

Day 12. 120 pages, 55,558 words. Today I’ve mostly been laughing at this: Still a bit busy today, getting some writing done before it gets too hot. Going pretty well. The word-counts, as I confessed, are a bit fudged so … Continue reading

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Who Is America?

Oh Jesus, looks like Sacha Baron Cohen has scaled new heights in cringe-inducing and nausea-inducing sociopolitical commentary. Now, when I say that, I’m talking about a lot of his work where I mean it as a reflection on his performances … Continue reading

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They Hate Us Because They Anus: The Interview

Day 35. 82 pages, 39,434 words. As a bonus-film at the end of our little marathon on Saturday, we sat down and watched this much-agonised-over piece of controversially-banned and conspiracy-theorised film-making history. And it was unexpectedly, shockingly funny. Now, I say this … Continue reading

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On the Vine

Day 37. 94 pages, 42,839 words. Here’s something interesting I’ve found in my week or two on Vine. Okay, first of all, they’re kids. They’re all kids. Oh, there are a couple of old farts but the majority – and … Continue reading

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