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Nick Kyrgios: Good for the game or a menace to tennis? | The Times
Nick Kyrgios: Good for the game or a menace to tennis? | The Times
A menace to the unsufferable dicks that run the various self serving franchises which constitute the corrupt 'world of tennis'. But a sublime tennis player, I would say. I hope he goes all the way but he will probably self-destruct at some point, as he always does. archived 3 Jul 2022
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Nick Kyrgios: Good for the game or a menace to tennis? | The Times
Siesta sex is stressing me out | Weekend | The Times
Siesta sex is stressing me out | Weekend | The Times
I am about to go on holiday with my new girlfriend and she keeps talking about how we will be able to have sex every morning, afternoon and night. archived 2 Jul 2022
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Siesta sex is stressing me out | Weekend | The Times
Torrey Peters: ‘Als je als schrijver ergens geen woorden voor hebt, dan begint het interessant te worden.’ | De Volkskrant
Torrey Peters: ‘Als je als schrijver ergens geen woorden voor hebt, dan begint het interessant te worden.’ | De Volkskrant
‘Schrijven is een uiting van het ego. De lezer heeft twee opties: lezen of niet lezen. Als iemand mijn boek wel leest, spreek ik op zijn minst vier of vijf uur tegen ze. Ik vraag om hun aandacht. Luister naar mijn stem en naar wat ik te zeggen heb.’
·volkskrant.nl·
Torrey Peters: ‘Als je als schrijver ergens geen woorden voor hebt, dan begint het interessant te worden.’ | De Volkskrant
Johannes Klabbers | AustLit
Johannes Klabbers | AustLit
Johannes Klabbers is a Dutch/Australian writer and posthumanist therapist, living in Europe. He also holds a doctorate in fine arts.
·everythingness.github.io·
Johannes Klabbers | AustLit
Roman roads to riches | News | The Times
Roman roads to riches | News | The Times
The largest route, Watling Street, ran from the ports of Kent to Viroconium, now on the site of Wroxeter in Shropshire. At the time, it was the fourth largest Roman city in Britain but it fell into decline. Today Wroxeter is a pretty village with a few hundred people in it. archived 29 Jun 2022
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Roman roads to riches | News | The Times
Aberdeen Cocaine Chickenshop
Aberdeen Cocaine Chickenshop
Tabitha Lasley : When I moved out of London, my plan was to write a book. Instead, I ended up working in a chicken shop, watching drugs tear through a working-class town – and my own life.
·theguardian.com·
Aberdeen Cocaine Chickenshop
Ellen Deckwitz 24-6-22 | Heel
Ellen Deckwitz 24-6-22 | Heel
Met geruststellen zijn we sinds de oertijd bezig. De vroegst overgeleverde verhalen draaien om troosten of verklaren. Waar de wereld vandaan komt bijvoorbeeld, of dat onweer niet zozeer een doodeng en grillig natuurverschijnsel is, maar gewoon een moodswing van de dondergod. Dat als je maar goed en vooral volgens de regels leeft, je niets zal overkomen.
·everythingness.github.io·
Ellen Deckwitz 24-6-22 | Heel
On Chesil Beach
On Chesil Beach
This is a terrible review but it does get one thing right : Saoirse Ronan is brilliant. The scene on the beach is completely hearbreaking.
·sbs.com.au·
On Chesil Beach
Perception and the Real
Perception and the Real
If our evolutionary heritage in its development of consciousness limited its capacities to survival and propagation of the species, then much of the so-called ‘super-natural’ world of the noumenal is neither super nor beyond us. We are immersed in a cosmos that our brain and body for the most part filter out, exclude from access what we did not need as a species to survive in jungles, deserts, mountains, etc.
·socialecologies.wordpress.com·
Perception and the Real
About how humans measure time
About how humans measure time
The Sun sometimes runs up to 16 minutes fast in its daily travels across the sky, and sometimes as much as 14 minutes slow, depending on the season. This effect arises from the tilt of the Earth's axis and the ellipticity of the Earth's orbit around the Sun.
·web.archive.org·
About how humans measure time