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  • Smartie + Jelly Bean = Jartie

    Posted: 22nd September 2015

    Accidentally, when picking on my son's pick'n'mix, I seem to have discovered a use for Smarties which I normally dislike: I ate a jelly bean (the cheap and sticky kind you get in pick'n'mix) and accidentally hate a Smartie (the British kind) attached - tasted way better than either alone.

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  • Belated Tribute to Cream bass player, Jack Bruce

    Posted: 28th October 2014

    I've only just returned from holiday, so apologies for the lateness of this post, about Cream bass player Jack Bruce. As you may know, Jack Bruce died a few days ago, so I thought it only fitting to post a quick note - if you haven't heard his music before you should.

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  • 7 Unusual Foods

    Posted: 8th December 2007

    Many people have been expanding their culinary horizons over the last few years - I know I have. But what if you fancy a real change - something truly out of the ordinary?

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  • Could Hillary choose Bill as her Vice President?

    Posted: 10th March 2007

    Let's imagine for the sake of this discussion that Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic nomination. If she did, could she choose Bill to be her Vice Presidential candidate, and if the Clinton-Clinton ticket won the election, would he be eligible to be Vice President? (I'm talking here about the legalities of the situation rather than whether such a move is likely or politically wise).

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  • The Jigsaw Man Comes to America?

    Posted: 8th March 2007

    The Jigsaw Man is a 1967 science-fiction short story by Larry Niven (you can read it in the collection: Tales of Known Space). In the story, criminals convicted of capital crimes are forced to donate all their organs to be used as spare body parts, thus saving the lives of others and repaying their debt to society. However, although the law was initially enacted with the good intention of making the death penalty less of a waste, the demand for organs subsequently caused legislators to repeatedly lower the bar for execution. In short, it's a story of good intentions leading down a bad path. If you read the story, I promise that you will never forget it.

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