Monthly Archives: December 2011

Game of the year

Welcome to a new category on this site! I wanted to write about games for a long time, and I think now is the right time for it. So let’t start with the game of the year 2011! although I … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

I wish you all a very merry Christmas, and also a happy new year!   I hope you’re all well, and  light hearted, and are able to spend time with your beloved ones. Don’t let your job stress you (as … Continue reading

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Before he rises, the dark knight has to fall…

Since Monday, the new and highly anticipated The Dark Knigth Rises Trailer is out. I have to say: It keeps me hyped, or better: it hypes me even more. Though it’s not as good as the first “The Dark Knight” … Continue reading

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Today I had my last exam in this year (which doesn’t put me in less stress unfortunately 😦 ). This wouldn’t be too interesting to post t here, but, I feel to write something about it. I’ve been learning for … Continue reading

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How to write a Dan Brown novel

1.) Pick a topic that’s controversial and centre of many arguments. 2.) Into this topic you throw in at least one/ two secret organisations. They don’t have to have much in common with the topic, but at least somehow you … Continue reading

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An era’s end

A few days ago,the final episode of the German TV-show “Wetten, dass…” (“Bett, that…”) with host Thomas “Supernase” Gottschalk aired. “Wetten, dass…” is about people, who bet that they can do something extraordinary no one else can. And various VIPs … Continue reading

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The Chronicles of the Immortals- Volume IX – Ship of Demons (Das Dämonenschiff)

It took Hohlbein a long while to finish the book, but it was definitely worth it. As I already have pointed out the book was orignially going to be much thicker, but then Hohlbein decided to split “Death’s ship” into … Continue reading

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