It’s awards time again. I know they’re not for everyone, but I can see the benefits. They give you a chance to find out about the people who you regularly read, give you a chance to thank them and sometimes find other cool bloggers through them. There’s no pressure for any of them to accept though, but hopefully they’ll still see it as a compliment.
Whether he likes it or not, a man’s character is stripped at the poker table; if the other players read him better than he does, he has only himself to blame. Unless he is both able and prepared to see himself as others do, flaws and all, he will be a loser in cards, as in life.
English writer, broadcaster, critic, and keen poker, Anthony Holden (1947 – )
If you don’t believe you can win, there is no point in getting out of bed at the end of the day.
Everton and Welsh legend Neville Southall. During his long career, his honours included winning the league title and FA Cup twice, the European Cup Winners Cup and Footballer Writer’s Association’d Player of the Year.
With Mad Max: Fury Road, the fourth in the franchise getting rave reviews, I just had to do a quiz for you all to celebrate. As Australian films has already been covered, I’ve decided to look at which other films have had lasted so long. As you can see, it’s been a pretty mixed bag. Answers below, where your comments are always welcome. Look out for Part 2 coming soon.
We all make rules for ourselves. It’s these rules that help define who we are. So when we break those rules we risk losing ourselves and becoming something unknown. Who is Deb now? Who am I? Is this a new beginning or the beginning of the end?
Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) in the gloriously dark series Dexter (2006 – 2013)