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Reading – Part Two – The Formative Years

May 12, 2022 by


By Anton Lang ~ Sometime in the mid 1990s my Mum gave me an old hard cover novel, that I recognised straight away. It was a copy of Charles Dickens A Tale Of Two Cities. The dust cover had long ago frayed and torn, and was no longer on the red hard cover. I was […]

Reading – Part One – Resurgence In Reading Fiction. Huh! Did It Ever Go Away?

May 5, 2022 by


By Anton Lang ~ Sometimes, life’s little pleasures go mostly unrecognised for the real pleasure that they do give, until three or four related things coalesce at around the same time, and you wonder about the supposed coincidence of it, and from that, you then think a little more in depth about it, enough to […]

What Would The FBI Find If They Raided Your House?

July 29, 2008 by


As I was working on my next political dissent article, deciding between an Obama hit-piece or encouraging citizen revolt, I was surprised to hear the sound of my front door crashing to the ground. We were informed 'we are suspected terrorists & they had a warrant to search our home for any potential terrorist supplies.'