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The Night Before…

On partying before the main event Its getting a little dark outside, and before too long little gangs of children will start donning their scary costumes and ‘visiting’ their... Read more

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Today I Went to Church..

...and not a hymn in sight Early this morning, when the street lamps were still on and the moon hung low over the mist, I went to church. The church in question met in a Golf... Read more

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