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I wander thro' each charter'd street

Kelly Barclay lost amidst London fogs

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The 1950s are callingKellydelmontead

Tue, 11 Oct 2011 18:25:15 +0000

I’ve found that in many ways the UK is far advanced over the US in the rights and treatment of women: birth control, for example, is free in the UK. The Church of England allows fully ordained women. They’ve even had a female prime minister over here (even if she was vile). However, there is […](image)

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Joy DivisionKellyjoy-division2

Tue, 26 Apr 2011 17:38:43 +0000

I like Joy Division. They are, in fact, my favorite band. They’re not the easiest to listen to or the most prolific but they’re quality. Bred from the ferocity of late 70s punk, Joy Division embraced the energy and passion of the era but pushed it in new directions, upping the artistry and experimentalism and […](image)

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Paranormal somethingKellyetrigan3

Wed, 27 Oct 2010 15:42:03 +0000

I went to see Paranormal Activity 2 today. I watched the original Paranormal Activity and it scared the hell out of me so my friend asked, “Didn’t you sleep with the lights on for a week after seeing the first one?” I said I did. He said, “Then why are you seeing the second one?” […](image)

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Fear and Loathing in IslingtonKelly

Sun, 26 Sep 2010 21:14:02 +0000

Friday night I was on my way home from a pub in Islington. A friend walked me to the bus stop—it wasn’t that late, around midnight, but we were going the same way. After he left I pulled out my mobile to check my email and a man came up to the bus stop. He […](image)

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My Own Criminal MindKellycriminal-mindsreid

Tue, 14 Sep 2010 17:37:55 +0000

British people (or at least people who program British television) really love American police procedurals. At any time of the day, somewhere on my 500 or so channels there will be multiple Law and Orders, CSIs, NCISes, Mentalists, Mediums, Castles. I like watching the Law and Orders because they’re filmed in NY (CSI: NY—epic FAIL […](image)

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Take 3-D…pleaseKelly3D-glasses-404_675044c

Thu, 26 Aug 2010 16:42:19 +0000

I love movies. When they’re good they are the most collaborative of art forms—individuals working together to craft something beautiful, a whole that’s greater than its parts. Unfortunately, not all movies are good. Many of them are, frankly, awful, especially when making money usurps creative expression as a film’s driving force. Hence my impatience with […](image)

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Apparently my honour needs protecting…Kelly

Wed, 11 Aug 2010 16:26:25 +0000

I believe in gay marriage. Without a doubt, without question, without hesitation I believe that members of the queer community have every right to socially and legally commit to the person they love and wish to spend their life with, and to be able to call it the same thing as everyone else in the […](image)

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I love genre fictionKellyfalling_angel_cropped

Thu, 05 Aug 2010 22:07:04 +0000

My dad likes to tell me I’m elitist, or at least have elitist tastes in movies and books and such things. Lest you agree after reading my last two posts, I’m going to counter with an entry about a book I’ve just finished reading (for the second time!) that is wonderfully pulpy. Falling Angel by […](image)

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Catherine she ain’tKellyblogs_blogs_buffy_staked_edward_mens_tshirt_0015_647995_poll_xlarge

Mon, 02 Aug 2010 23:29:30 +0000

The thing about fantasies is that you get to concentrate on all the exciting, fulfilling parts without worrying about consequences. Picture Woman A: she’s grown up, independent, successful and in a normal, healthy relationship. But every life, every reality has its downside. Maybe her job is a bit boring. Maybe her husband leaves wet towels […](image)

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Like 2005 all over againKellytwilightcover

Sun, 01 Aug 2010 21:32:06 +0000

I haven’t touched this blog since 2007, so it’s fitting that I write about something else I’m behind the times with. I decided, finally, to read Twilight. It wasn’t because I thought I’d enjoy it; rather it was because I’m constantly slagging it off and felt a bit hypocritical about it. To be fair, I […](image)

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