Musical Tuesdays – Soundtracks

by Purple Wyrm on March 25, 2014

I bought a new TV. This isn’t as much of a sybaritic indulgence as it may seem, as my old TV was on it’s last legs. And when I say ‘last legs’ I mean that if I wanted to watch (…)

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Info Dump!

by Purple Wyrm on March 24, 2014

This post is a big dump of info concerning Zurvár Arèáná and the Zurvár people. Feel free to read it, but it’s in pretty raw form. I shall gradually clean it up… ——————————— The Zurvár prefer to live on tropical (…)

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Thought for the Day

by Purple Wyrm on March 24, 2014

Oliver Stone’s The Doors was a pretty good movie, except that some moron edited in about 40 minutes worth of incomprehensible gibberish at random intervals.

Musical Tuesdays: Paranoia

by Purple Wyrm on March 18, 2014

Music can make you feel happy. Music can make you feel sad. Sometimes it can make you feel both. And on occasion it can make you feel like the walls are closing in. Many years ago I was at a (…)

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The Red Castle

by Purple Wyrm on March 15, 2014

Back in the day, the Red Castle Motel was the place to be in Perth. Situated just outside the CBD with river and city views, and on the main road to the airport, it was a medieval themed paradise. Many (…)

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Just Another Day at the Office

by Purple Wyrm on March 10, 2014

You know you’re having a rough day when the only way to stay awake is to boot up the Fadades.

Number Crunching

by Purple Wyrm on March 5, 2014

Had a million dollars worth of nickels and dimes, She sat around and counted them all a million times, — Cab Calloway (and many others) – Minnie the Moocher It occurred to me this morning, just how long would that (…)

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Musical Monday – Final Thoughts of Latvia

by Purple Wyrm on March 3, 2014

I’ve always had a somewhat ambivalent attitude towards Nirvana. My parents were in their 40s when they had my brother and I. They were children of the second world war rather than baby boomers and came from fairly conservative stock (…)

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