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The City of La Maga

The city of La Maga decided that it did not like its current design. So down came the towers, the houses, the apartments, the libraries and the shops. After the deconstruction was complete the residents of La Maga drew out … Continue reading

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Spiders

Spiders are amazing animals. For starters they have eight legs that move in perfect synchronicity. They can naturally create a material stronger than steel. They possess eight eyes and kill their prey with fast acting and deadly venom. In addition … Continue reading

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A Manifesto on Catching (Inspired by Erlend Loe)

Many manifestos that you read will call upon you to do a great many things. Rise up, create new political systems and get swept up in the zeitgeist. Not this manifesto though. This one is a little simpler, but no … Continue reading

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When the Roads turned to Water

Infinity is a funny thing. In an infinite time period everything that can happen will happen. In theory, roads could not turn into water. But in an infinite universe they would eventually. So lets run with that. It was a … Continue reading

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Walking In The Rain (at night)

It is evening and dark clouds have gathered. The sky has changed from navy to dark blue, and the clouds can no longer retain their water. The rain comes down. The rain comes down in sheets, against the back drop … Continue reading

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Trout Fishing In America

Those four words in that particular order might be my favourite in the English language. They don’t describe anything really exciting. Many people go trout fishing and many people do it in America. However, once you’ve read the book of … Continue reading

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The Door

Somewhere in this world, the exact place is not important, there is a door. The door is black, with a silver handle and a Tudor style arch. It is situated near a bank. Again, that’s not important. What is important … Continue reading

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God (But not as you know it)

The nature of God has been discussed and debated for eons. He/she/it has had many forms, many different characteristics and has had its existence defended, doubted and denied. Well, a God does exist, but not as we know it. God … Continue reading

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Jack Kerouac and Freight Trains

Human beings encounter a great many things during the course of a lifetime. Whether it be other people, film, music, literature or simply day-to-day events human beings build up a vast catalogue of experiences. Sometimes these experiences collide and seeing … Continue reading

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