Asrai Devin

Kiss me, and you will see how important I am.” ― Sylvia Plath

June 3, 2013
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Old TLC vs New TLC

You remember when TLC got popular, about 15 years ago. Maybe a little less, 12 or 13. They had Trading Spaces, where they ruined a perfectly good room in a weekend, but the neighbour friendship probably stayed intact. Plus we … Continue reading

February 4, 2013
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Sci-Fi is dead because of women?

Skimming over my Facebook page, I ran across this rant about Science Fiction and women. In case the status has disappeared or you don’t want to read it, I’ll paraphrase. Women who like sci-fi are few and far between. Women … Continue reading

February 3, 2013
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Celebrity break ups…

It couldn’t last forever. Eddie Redmayne and I broke up. I didn’t really see it coming. He probably didn’t either, since y’know he doesn’t know I’m alive. Or that I spent two good months madly in love with him. But, … Continue reading

May 7, 2012
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Rich people suck

Rich people are easy to hate. We love to watch them on TV a la “Real Housewives”, the Bachelor, every reality show with a celebrity and every entertainment “news” show, like TMZ or E! Now. We can watch these rich … Continue reading

February 17, 2012
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On teenage viewing choices 1998 edition

I, being a geek, used to watch this show called Breaker High. It was a Saved by the Bell type thing. The premise was a  high school on a cruise ship and they got to visit different cultures. It was … Continue reading

January 23, 2012
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Creating new habits: The world around you

There is a story in Switch about a factory that used a flammable chemical in their process. Not surprising was there were a number of fires. The head of the company sent a memo asking workers not to set fires. … Continue reading

January 6, 2012
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Jake Doyle is back

Republic of Doyle is the favorite show in our house. Most Canadian television is mediocre, but this one is just non-stop funny and engaging. The hero of the show is Jake Doyle, a man who seeks trouble out. In the … Continue reading

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