Colin La Vaute: Roger Ebert gave Jurassic Park three stars. It was one I would always disagree with him on.
To think that a quarter or even better a half of a chocolate biscuit back then would have been heaven on earth…
Mike-But My – How it Flies (or Flees)…
Mike-Permit me to introduce you to Setanta – better known to all Irish schoolchildren as Cu Chulainn
Mike- While not many are tuned in to the remarkable nature of a Mars landing it’s easy to forget that not too long ago, this was a thing of science fiction.
Mike- The apple became one of the most widely grown fruit trees in Australia and New Zealand and soon its face became known abroad.
Mike- On a really bad morning, you would get nothing more than a couple of rasher rinds. However, on a truly magnificent morning, you might be lucky enough to get a couple of eggs on fried bread, sausages and all the black and white pudding.
The book “A Wolf At The Table” is another slice of Burroughs childhood.It grabbed me by the throat and wouldn’t let go. It is a horror story unlike anything I have ever read by this author. There are indeed flashes of humor, but the underlying text can move one to tears.