May 21, 2017

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Posted by dean at 09:00 PM

May 19, 2017

Unwritten, Five.

'You lied to her.'

'No, I told her a story.'

Posted by dean at 01:25 AM

May 17, 2017

Nathan Barley.

Our horrifyingly cultural canary in a coal-mine.

Posted by dean at 09:32 AM

May 14, 2017

Richard Herring, One.

There is some quite specific conversation about the roads in Linthorpe, speculation that Richard may have unknowingly played with a future rock star in his childhood, and the revelation of why Chris Rea was quiet when he was on 'Shooting Stars'. Plus some fantastically and worryingly detailed conversations about terrorist atrocities and how to dispose of a body. Where would we be in a world with no lime?

Posted by dean at 01:55 PM

May 11, 2017

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Posted by dean at 10:34 PM

April 26, 2017

Nicholas Burroughs.

Minimalism is not a lack of something. It's simply the perfect amount of something.

Posted by dean at 11:03 PM

March 31, 2017


Ou Se Trouve (Shia) LaBeouf?

Posted by dean at 10:31 PM

March 04, 2017

Neil Kulkarni, Eight.

'Mass memory' is some bullshit, isn't it?

Posted by dean at 12:13 AM

February 09, 2017

Jonathan Hickman, Nineteen.

'What's an origin, but a story? What's my story, but a lie? We all love our stories, don't we?'

Posted by dean at 10:13 PM

February 01, 2017

Jonathan Hickman, Eighteen.

'It's reality displacement. They're attacking the tangible world with language. Understand?'

Posted by dean at 09:50 PM

January 19, 2017

Jonathan Hickman, Seventeen.

The nothing space of destroyed universes.

Posted by dean at 10:17 PM

January 06, 2017

Jonathan Hickman, Sixteen.

'I'm repeating myself now because there's less of me.'

Posted by dean at 09:28 PM