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  • The Way We Were

    | September 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
    The Way We Were

    Miranda Otto plays Meredith Appleton and Annie Martin her friend Nettie Stanley in the commendable 2010 Australian movie South Solitary, which deals with post-traumatic stress disorder suffered by soldiers returning from World War I. See story on South Solitary below. Australia is in the midst of a frenetic bout of film making and book publishing […]

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    Acura TL Type-S, 2007

    | September 19, 2014
    Acura TL Type-S, 2007

           Acura TL Type-S, 2007 BodyFor 2007, the Acura TL’s exterior has been updated to enhance its emotional and athletic impact. With the introduction of the Type-S, visual cues were incorporated to distinguish it from other TLs. All the updates were done while maintaining the high build quality, durability and resale value that […]

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    Acura TL, 2007

    | September 19, 2014
    Acura TL, 2007

     Acura TL, 2007 BodyFor 2007, the Acura TL’s exterior has been updated to enhance its emotional and athletic impact. With the introduction of the Type-S, visual cues were incorporated to distinguish it from other TLs. All the updates were done while maintaining the high build quality, durability and resale value that Acura buyers expect. The […]

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    Helen Garner and her Corona 3 Portable Typewriter

    | September 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
    Helen Garner and her Corona 3 Portable Typewriter

    Helen Garner with her beloved Corona. This article appeared in the Melbourne Age Spectrum liftout this morning: Clack of typewriters captivates authors “When we were young the keys struck the paper with such authority and power that on the other side of the sheet you could feel the indentations with your fingertips,” Helen Garner says. […]

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    The Hermes 305 Portable Typewriter and its Olympia, Japy and Nakajima Siblings

    | September 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
    The Hermes 305 Portable Typewriter and its Olympia, Japy and Nakajima Siblings

    Yes, you spotted it. It’s a Nakajima identical twin sister for Nick Beland‘s Olympia B12 - with, I suspect, all the same drawbacks, including the serious plastic mask discolouring. The original colour was pure white, as can be clearly seen where I have stripped off the trader’s sticker on the front of the Hermes 305. See Nick’s blog […]

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    Typewriter Update

    | September 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
    Typewriter Update

    Méarchlár Gaelach According to Eddie McIlwaine, writing this week in the Belfast Telegraph in Northern Ireland (a newspaper to which I once contributed rugby notes), Tom Hanks is on a quest to find a Gaelic language keyboard typewriter. Letter written by Irish playwright Brendan Behan on a Gaelic keyboard typewriter. Now there’s a film I’d […]

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    "Død Kalm" – Episode 2×19 (videos,guide,stills,transcript)

    | September 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
    "Død Kalm" – Episode 2×19 (videos,guide,stills,transcript)

    VideosDød Kalm – Trailer Episode guide(Source: http://xfiles.wearehere.net/episodes/2×19.htm ) 2X19 Dod Kalm When the U.S.S. Ardent disappears off the Norwegian coast just below the 65th parallel, an area Mulder refers to as the second Bermuda Triangle, where nine other vessels have disappeared since 1949. Mulder arranges for Scully with her medical background to gain access to […]

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    The flower wilts, the fern rises

    | September 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
    The flower wilts, the fern rises

    The former British Olivetti Typewriter Company factory in Glasgow, built at a time, immediately after Word War II, when the British Government actively fostered foreign investment and economic growth in Scotland. The Government will now have to start talking turkey to the Scots again, starting with a tax upheaval. Those days are passed now And in the […]

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    A Writer and His, Umm, Typewriter

    | September 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
    A Writer and His, Umm, Typewriter

    Boston Globe correspondent Eugenia Williamson paid a visit to writer Ben Mezrich in his office earlier this month. The Globe‘s Essdras M. Suarez took this photo of “some details of Mezrich’s working space”. Lovely Royal typewriter, Ben. Resin? Modern Chinese, perhaps? (Ben’s wife, by the way, is not called Bugsy, that’s his dog. The wife’s name is Tonya M. […]

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    Typing the blinkers off Sea-Blindness

    | September 30, 2014 | 0 Comments
    Typing the blinkers off Sea-Blindness

    “[Ray Parkin's Prisoner of War] writings have a Homeric quality, not in the sense of celebrating battlefield virtuosity, but in their poetic largeness of spirit, in their refusal to peddle shibboleths or to buckle to self-pity, and in a pervasive if discriminating generosity that recognises the maimed humanity of the Japanese captor, men like the […]

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