1. 16:46 29th Sep 2014

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  2. 22:14 28th Sep 2014

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Wishes of the week. From Toothpaste For Dinner.

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    Wishes of the week. From Toothpaste For Dinner.

     
  3. 12:18 23rd Sep 2014

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  4. It’s finally time for Homer Simpson and Peter Griffin to bro down and drink up. On Sept. 28, from 9 p.m. all the way to 10 p.m., the animated worlds of Fox’s The Simpsons andFamily Guy will collide colossally when Family Guy’s season premiere features the Griffins breaking…

     
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  6. 18:49 20th Sep 2014

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Hitchcock thriller reveals busy mind in ‘vegetative’ man (Nature News)
A dozen volunteers watched Alfred Hitchcock for science while lying motionless in a magnetic-resonance scanner. Another participant, a man who has lived in a vegetative state for 16 years, showed brain activity remarkably similar to that of the healthy volunteers — suggesting that plot structure had an impact on him. The study is published in this week’s Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences1.

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    Hitchcock thriller reveals busy mind in ‘vegetative’ man (Nature News)

    A dozen volunteers watched Alfred Hitchcock for science while lying motionless in a magnetic-resonance scanner. Another participant, a man who has lived in a vegetative state for 16 years, showed brain activity remarkably similar to that of the healthy volunteers — suggesting that plot structure had an impact on him. The study is published in this week’s Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences1.

     
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Writer Zadie Smith has penned a new short story, Miss Adele Amidst the Corsets, which has been shortlisted for the BBC National Short Story Award 2014.
Here’s an excerpt but click the link to read the full story:

Miss Adele approached the counter and placed her corsets upon it. She stared down a teenage girl leaning on the counter to her left, who now, remembering her manners, looked away and closed her mouth. Miss Adele returned her attention to the side of Mrs Alexander’s husband’s head. He picked up the first box. He looked at it as if he’d never seen a corset box before. Slowly he wrote something down in a note pad in front of him. He picked up the second and repeated the procedure, but with even less haste. Then, without looking up, he pushed both boxes to his left, until they reached the hands of the shopgirl, Wendy.
“Forty-six 50,” said Wendy, though she didn’t sound very sure. “Um… Mr Alexander – is there discount on Paramount?”
He was in his own world. Wendy let a finger brush the boss’s sleeve, and it was hard to tell if it was this – or something else – that caused him to now sit tall in his stool and thump a fist upon the counter, just like Daddy casting out the devil over breakfast, and start right back up shouting at his wife – some form of stinging question – repeated over and over, in that relentless way men have. Miss Adele strained to understand it. Something like: You happy now? Or: Is this what you want? And underneath, the unmistakable: Can’t you see he’s unclean?
“Hey, you,” said Miss Adele, “Yes, you, sir. If I’m so disgusting to you? If I’m so beneath your contempt? Why’re you taking my money? Huh? You’re going to take my money? My money? Then, please: look me in the eye. Do me that favour, OK? Look me in the eye.”

(source: Telegraph | image via Irish Times)

    dynamicafrica:

    Writer Zadie Smith has penned a new short story, Miss Adele Amidst the Corsets, which has been shortlisted for the BBC National Short Story Award 2014.

    Here’s an excerpt but click the link to read the full story:

    Miss Adele approached the counter and placed her corsets upon it. She stared down a teenage girl leaning on the counter to her left, who now, remembering her manners, looked away and closed her mouth. Miss Adele returned her attention to the side of Mrs Alexander’s husband’s head. He picked up the first box. He looked at it as if he’d never seen a corset box before. Slowly he wrote something down in a note pad in front of him. He picked up the second and repeated the procedure, but with even less haste. Then, without looking up, he pushed both boxes to his left, until they reached the hands of the shopgirl, Wendy.

    “Forty-six 50,” said Wendy, though she didn’t sound very sure. “Um… Mr Alexander – is there discount on Paramount?”

    He was in his own world. Wendy let a finger brush the boss’s sleeve, and it was hard to tell if it was this – or something else – that caused him to now sit tall in his stool and thump a fist upon the counter, just like Daddy casting out the devil over breakfast, and start right back up shouting at his wife – some form of stinging question – repeated over and over, in that relentless way men have. Miss Adele strained to understand it. Something like: You happy now? Or: Is this what you want? And underneath, the unmistakable: Can’t you see he’s unclean?

    “Hey, you,” said Miss Adele, “Yes, you, sir. If I’m so disgusting to you? If I’m so beneath your contempt? Why’re you taking my money? Huh? You’re going to take my money? My money? Then, please: look me in the eye. Do me that favour, OK? Look me in the eye.”

    (source: Telegraph | image via Irish Times)

     
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