Monthly Archives: August 2016

White noise

Sydney is changing. Like many other metropoles, shifting infrastructure attempts to keep up with the growing population. While I can talk all day about the state government’s neat job, that would be like me singing a lullaby. No, the last … Continue reading

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‘The D’Oh-lympics’

The title above is borrowed from a Simpsons special episode for the London Olympics. While I have seen this a while ago, I could well discern the similarities between the parody and the current Olympics concluding in Rio. Below you’ll … Continue reading

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Poke Mess

By now, most of us would have heard of Pokemon Go. Unless you’re chilling on an island and living off the grid, chances are, the intense media coverage on the app should register. For the last month and change, the … Continue reading

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Jason Bourne reviewed

I’ve been away for a while. Two years have lapsed since my last post. In that time I’ve been partying in Ibiza lol. No, I just ignored my blog, plain and simple. This is my first post of 2016, and … Continue reading

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