I’ve never been sheltered when it comes to drugs. Which, considering the rest of my backwood, rural, UK childhood is somewhat unusual. Or, from the other side, usual; in the sense that the mothers of my peers and I weren’t afraid to shove paracetamol down the throats of their unsuspecting offspring as long as it… Read More Surprisingly, I still have a liver
Well, this is a nice 2015. What’s been going on in Paris; the massacre, reaction to the massacre, reaction to the reaction to the massacre is global news gold with the likes of FOX, Sky News and the AP all showing reports, opinions, and articles condemning the murderers and their rationale behind it. But at… Read More World Peace?
Just over a month ago I was working an evening shift when that title became a reality. My job is an odd one compared to most. Working in healthcare we all wear blues and these come with pockets to carry the essentials. Phones, pens, scissors and so on. And I carry scrap paper all the… Read More Randoms. They’re more than just UK candy
The first thing I ever wrote in depth was some horrid vampire story back in my teens. Long before Buffy or *shudder* Twilight made vampires cool I’d just been exposed to the White Wolf RPG game Masquerade, a popular game about vampires working as some sort of supernatural mafia within the USA. I was a… Read More inspiration