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The study, just published online by English Heritage and free to download, also provides information on how much damage has been caused by souvenir hunters chipping off bits of stone, or by visitors carving graffiti - including Sir Christopher Wren, the architect of 17th century London! Contrary to press reports, Stonehenge was not a huge art gallery - these carvings are found only on four stones.
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After politely playing 20 questions with Sue about my new boyfriend, I knew this was the one she was getting at. My new tall, dark and handsome boyfriend was standing across the room looking so fine in his shirt; I couldn’t take my eyes off him. Meanwhile, I was at the snack table and before I could curse myself for leaving him to go in for another cheesy cracker, I was accosted by a buddy’s wife I barely knew, a bitch named Sue. I wanted to say something like, “He’s not as old as those frown lines make you look,” or “He has the bgest d**k I’ve ever seen!
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Frankly, I’m practiy giddy, butterflies in the stomach, the whole deal. So you’re dating someone who makes you feel giddy and have butterflies, eh? Well, I think I speak for everyone when I say that you should put a stop to that immediately for the sake of your “queer cred.” (Side note: Can anyone actually explain what gives a person queer cred? I’ve never been able to fure it out.)Of course, I’m being facetious, Y Not. Dear Anna, I’ve been out for about 10 years as a queer girl, and while sometimes I’ve dallied with men (mostly also queer) my heart has always been strictly with the ladies.
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Men made it, do not forget that.” In a dystopian world where humans have retreated far underground, Kuno alone questions their now total dependency on technology to live and communicate with each other, but in his struggle to break out can he reach the Earth’s surface before the Machine stops? Jonathan Sissons sells film and television rhts around the globe, for all our clients, across a wide variety of genres. “Caroline Gruber makes a credibly futuristic version of the sanctimonious Forsterian matriarch, and Karl Queensborough provides a passionate display of rage against the machine.” ★★★★ The Guardian E. Forster is best known for his exquisite novels, but his short story masterpiece published in 1909 is astoundingly prophetic and ponant in 2016, and is a chilling prediction and exploration of our increasingly complex relationship with technology.
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