Archive for September, 2014

Benjamin Clementine: the barefoot troubadour who speaks his mind

The young Brit has gone from busking in Paris to being the most shared artist on Spotify. But his backstory can’t overshadow his extraordinary music, writes Tim Lewis

Source: www.theguardian.com

If the Brits like you……you are good. They can be too witty though….and never reveal on which side they really are. That is my opinion.

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Justin Timberlake Has a Cold

Source: reprints.longform.org

I noticed Justin and Jimi on the same line….they were being compared?

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Why Men Never Remember Anything

This article originally appeared in Science of Us. Recently, I was visiting my family in Seattle, and we were doing that thing families do: retelling old stories. As we talked, a common theme emerged. My brother hardly remembered anything from our childhood, even the stories in which he was the…

Source: www.slate.com

On this one I have to say I sit on the fence. What you forget must be forgotten no?

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Food Fluffers

In an age of drizzles, sprays, crumbles and crumbs, food stylists and photographers go the extra mile to make you drool.

Source: narrative.ly

Not a foodie by any means…..

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The Uncatchable

The Uncatchable

Source: www.bbc.co.uk

The  Greeks invented civilization. That means that they also know how to escape prison because of civil wrongs, or maybe not…..

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