Monthly Archives: January 2011

031 – The Volcano

There’s a volcanic caldera in the north-west corner of Wyoming that’s known as the Yellowstone Supervolcano – perhaps you’ve heard of it? It’s 34km by 45km and it sleeps beneath Yellowstone National Park. It’s an uneasy sleep, I imagine. Every … Continue reading

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030 – The Hug

I don’t know about you folks, but I enjoyed the hell out of writing that last post. It’s always nice writing something when you have an ending in sight and a route that leads right to it. In this case … Continue reading

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029 – The Girl

There’s this girl. She’s called Tina. She catches the bus and goes to the girl’s school that’s half-way along its route. It’s a school bus, and I feel bad for people who mistakenly catch it because they want to go … Continue reading

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028 – The Old House

At what age do teenagers take their GCSEs? Fifteen? Sixteen? Let’s say it’s sixteen, largely because that’s the age I think they do take their GCSEs. So, I’m sixteen. I’ve taken my GCSEs but not yet received the results. I’ve … Continue reading

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027 – The Great American Cook-Off Part 1

It comes to my attention that not everybody on my Twitter list enjoys video games, history lessons and the neurotic whimsy of a thirty-something idiot. Hey man, I understand. It’s cool – I bore the tits off me, too. So … Continue reading

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026 – The Cheat Sheet

This one’s only for hardcore geeks and psychology students. You have been warned. Last night I recorded my very first round-table podcast. This mightn’t be such a big deal for you; for various insecurity-related reasons it was a huge deal … Continue reading

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025 – The Podcast

Tonight I’ll be recording my first ever round table podcast. It’d be safe to say I was feeling quite trepidatious about it. If ‘trepidatious’ was a real word. Which apparently it isn’t. Let’s rewind to June of last year when … Continue reading

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