Category Archives: culture and politics

Homeland reviewed

  I am picky when it comes to TV shows. Before I watch, I make sure to check out other people’s thoughts on the series. I also avoid any spoilers while doing this web-based research. Over the years, I haven’t … Continue reading

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Blackkklansman reviewed

We had a long day yesterday. My friend and I were supposed to see Venom at Macquarie Centre but the car park was a nightmare. Getting a spot was impossible and Nick said he felt ‘like a rat in a … Continue reading

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#Longweekend

  For the first time since June, we have a long weekend in Sydney. On June is the Queen’s Birthday public holiday across New South Wales. Different states celebrate this holiday on various dates. I watched House with Clock during … Continue reading

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‘The Bubble Boy’

  Why is it that I feel like the bubble boy sometimes? So many don’ts, I actually feel as though duct tape holds me together. However, if you think that I’ll give you a shopping list of everything I cannot … Continue reading

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‘The Kindness of Strangers’

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Mag-iisang taon na nang huli akong nag-post sa Pilipino. Bihira ako magsulat sa Tagalog, kaya parating na ang nosebleed lol. Samantala, may ibabahagi akong sitwasyon na naganap kahapon. Pumunta ako sa silid aralan upang kunin yung pina-hold kong libro. Ikatlong … Continue reading

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State of Origin

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  I wouldn’t call myself a big league fan. I don’t usually watch fixtures on telly, let alone go to the games. Two years ago, I hopped to ANZ stadium to witness State of Origin in person. The rugby league … Continue reading

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World Cup stories

The action starts at 10pm on TV. There is live streaming of course, and a whole lot of drama straight from host, Russia. Since blasting off a week ago, the 2018 FIFA World Cup has been the hottest ticket in … Continue reading

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