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Notes on Russia

Free Wifi everywhere No smoking indoors Blue eyeshadow Mongolians Cubans Georgian food Smaller portions Less obesity Awesome metro Gorky Park Kremlin Armory Dodgy, expensive Taxis Overly vigilant security guards Hair combed forward Cool young people

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Kids TV Pig Battle: Olivia vs Peppa Pig vs Jakers

Olivia The Olivia vs Peppa dynamic is the main reason I’m writing this review as it best embodies the differences between most American and English kids shows. Both shows feature a family of pigs with the daughter as the main … Continue reading

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Kids TV Review: Guess How Much I Love You

GHMILY is based on a children’s book from 1994 by Sam McBratney and illustrated by Anita Jeram. I’ve never read it so I’m going to focus on the show. This thinly veiled Peter Rabbit knockoff tells the story of ‘Little Nutbrown Hare’ & … Continue reading

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Kids TV Review: Mouk

Produced by French company Millimages and adapted from the work of Marc Boutavant, Mouk tells the story of Mouk and his friend Chavapa, who cycle around the world and visit a new country in each episode. The art style follows the current ‘hand … Continue reading

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Nokia Lumia 920 / Windows Phone 8 Megareview

ZOMG A BLOG POST. What is this? 2003? Anyways, after four years of living comfortably in Steve Jobs iOS bosom, I’ve spent a week navigating the uncharted seas of Windows phone 8 on the Lumia 920 and thought it warranted … Continue reading

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Movie review: Black Dynamite

Since afros became funny in the 90s, the blaxploitation genre has been done to death but never with such love and attention to detail as in Black Dynamite. Michael Jai White [Spawn] stars at the titular hero and his performance … Continue reading

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