Animals and Us The personification of animals in modern wildlife documentaries is both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand it makes their lives relatable to us, helps us empathise with the ups-and-downs of a wild living, helps us appreciate the wonderful, safe bubble we have built around ourselves and makes an otherwiseContinue reading “Animals as Symbols: A Lion Attacking a Stag”
A short look at the town of Eastbourne, my perceptions of it, the reality and a little bit of history including an exploration of the Beachy Head Lady, a sub-saharan African buried near Eastbourne in around 200-250 CE! Showing how multiracial, multicultural and multiethnic Britain was before it considered itself ‘white’.
A look at the life of the first Holy Roman Emperor, the King of the Franks and the King of Lombardy – Charlemagne aka Karl the Great aka Karl der Grosse. We look at his life, his accomplishments and how he exemplified the Curious Idiot’s pledge!
Previously on King Lear – Edmund had begun to get in trouble for his fucking, the King had gone so mad he had regained some reason, met up with Cordelia again but likely to be captured and Edgar, though no longer a fop, is still a sweetheart. We re-enter the fray with Edgar leaving GloucesterContinue reading “King Lear: Finale – Exeunt, with a Dead March”
Previously on King Lear – Daughters are bitches, man loses eye, Poor Tom’s-a-cold, Edmund has fucked, may be fucking and will fuck again, Lear went mad, shouted at the weather that’s how Shakespeare lets us know it’s set in England and how we have any of this without Shakespeare having stained his pages with hisContinue reading “King Lear: Part 4 – “It smells of mortality.””
Previously on King Lear – A man decided to cut a crown into three pieces and divide it amongst two people, because that made sense at the time. The King of France is a baller who managed to pick up a free woman, and Burgundy is a tosser. Kent disagreed with Lear being disagreeable soContinue reading “King Lear: Part 2 – Reason Not the Need”