History and Psychology don’t seem to connect. But maybe there is scope for some synthesis. It then struck me that I could perhaps psychoanalyse Henry the Eighth from a safe distance. Now!, there’s an idea.
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“I think it’s time you wake up” says the Imp. It is a distant echo through the hazy clouds in my head. I am running through some strawberry fields in my dream, stopping to pluck a berry and taste its juicy goodness in my mouth. I feel my mouth fill up with strawberry juice so much that it...
This is how it's done. Unironically.
Freeloading ghosts can be annoying. Get rid of a ghost from your house with this satirical description of instructions.
There's been a murder. Read about the graverobbers and the Glasgow Frankenstein of 1818. How did the Kelvin temperature scale get its name? Celebrity hangings and poisoned lovers, Queen Victoria and Charles Rennie Mackintosh. It's all here in the history of the great city.
The Imp tries to psychoanalyse me with some disastrous consequences. And yes, it does try to cross its legs suggestively. ugh.
Funny spoof of the famous CSI TV series. Follow our famous London detectives as they investigate a gruesome murder on the Thames River.
For years, scientists have been telling us the Earth revolves around the Sun, but is it really true? Or is it just some vast scientific conspiracy to convince us we aren't the center of the galaxy?
“Hello, Hubbomaniac!” came the Imp’s voice through my headphones. I am straddling the cross-trainer and pedalling furiously towards my fitness horizon as the Imp's voice disturbs my reverie.