Tag Archives: James Hilton

fit as a fiddle

So, people are projected to live longer, barring apocalyptic events or wanton acts of nation state nihilism it appears that surpassing the longevity of parents and grandparents is becoming conventional wisdom and this phenomenon which has been paralleled with increased … Continue reading

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paradise found lost and imagined

In search of paradise. In our shrinking globe there are not too many paradise’s that still endure. At the Red Fort in Delhi, one can still see decorative Persian script of the seventeenth-century over the arches illuminating the words, ” … Continue reading

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guess whose coming to dinner?

Does our modern society indicative of a lowering of human freedom and a degradation of the environment or does our science charged culture represent an emancipation from primitive conflict and ignorance? … From an article on researching authenticity and populism. … Continue reading

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Shangri-La Found North by Northwest

A type of hybrid between Gilligan’s Island, Robinson Caruso and The Mosquito Coast; with a dash of the urban angst of Seinfield. Eating Buccaneers is an independent comedy to be released this week.It involves ¬†four advertising types—the agency v.p.,the junior … Continue reading

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