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  1. Reading Again

    Last year when the whole lockdown and...other interesting activities in the United States started happening, I started collecting books to read. Nothing excessive*, just a handful** of books to pass the time while I waited for things to become normal***.

    Of course the reality was I ended up only reading a few books, two when I was bored and the internet was slow and three when I was forced into further quarantine when the girlfriend started showing signs of potential COVID (we were ...

    Updated March 22, 2021 at 07:34 AM by TheDarkKnight

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    Hobbies & Interests , Entertainment
  2. The Football Rant - Things are looking up?

    Alright chums, how are you all doing this fine morning?

    Anyways, let's get to it, eh?

    The season is well underway, and we are now approaching Matchweek 13. So how is West Ham doing, you ask? Last season was a roller-coaster from one end to the next, where we barely avoided relegation. So it is of course only natural that we now sit sixth, only a couple of points off the top.

    Wait, what??



    You heard me - We are bloody massive! ...
  3. The life of a winemaker - there we go again!


    A triple grape, quite rare but a sign of abundance at harvest

    It's been six months since my last post on this series, but that's quite normal when it comes to wine-making, since things usually take months to develop. Last time I posted it was about the bad outcome of the last year's red wine.. actually not much happened of very interesting, for the most it's a boring and tiring job along the many months is takes between the first works ...
  4. The Dude's Kitchen - A nightmare made of Pizza!


    Previous chapter here!

    Now you will pardon me, but I'm Italian and when it comes to Pizza I become "uppish" .. I mean, if we are talking about porridge or bouillabaisse I'll be sitting in one corner and listen, but since Pizza is the most Italian of all foods (even more than Pasta) I can't just ...

    Updated October 28, 2020 at 09:40 AM by Flinn

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    Hobbies & Interests , Around the House , Entertainment
  5. The Sad State of Historical Dramas



    Whend it comes to this topic it saddens me to see what it has become.
    I can't consider myself a great connoisseur of this subject but i miss the old type of the 90s and early 2000s Asian series.
    I don't believe there is many historical series in the west, mostly we fall in the film category,
    with many amazing ones like Waterloo, Gettysburg, Lawrence of Arabia, Zulu, and others. ...
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    Entertainment
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