The Iceberg Theory or In Defence of Vaguebooking

I’ve always maintained that you only ever see 10% of a person via social media, both the good and bad times.  Depending on the person of course this may tip one way or the other and there are exceptions to every rule. But on the whole I feel that the person you’re speaking to on Facebook or Twitter or wherever else is only giving you 10%.

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My Ten Most Anticipated Films of 2016

I abandoned the list of films that sucked this year because I found dwelling on them to be a bit of a negative chore (didn’t stop me posting up the quick list on Facebook).  Now is the time where I look forward to the films coming in 2016 and I cast my hopes and dreams off into the universe with the expectation that at least a third of these will break my heart.

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My Ten Favourite Films of the Year

Here is my traditional yearly round up of my favourite films released in 2015.  This list includes only the films that I actually got to see which surprisingly wasn’t all that many though I still did take leave from work to watch at least three movies which I think most people find amusing.

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This interruption brought to you by NOvember.

So it’s the beginning of November which means that people are starting to furiously get words down on paper during NaNoWriMo or have cleared their top lips in preparation for the cringeworthy (in most cases) moustaches that are to grow during Movember.  Personally I’ve just completed Drawlloween/Inktober and recently started a 30 Day writing challenge (of which this post doesn’t count towards).  Frankly I’m exhausted by the whole thing and I’m a little jealous of people who don’t set themselves these challenges.

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