Author: mark

Service Manual for Honda Cars

I have had some issues with my Honda Integra’s power windows lately and found myself clawing for a service manual. This is the most reliable place I could find for a download. The quality isn’t amazing, but the content is

Doctor Who TShirt Collection – 11 Doctors

I purchased this set of tshirts from an online shop going out of business. The price was tempting ($10 per tee) and the quality of my previous shirt purchases was good. They are thick cotton and the stitching has no

Eagle Lamp

Another fabulous purchase from the tip. This eagle lamp has a great brass base and is quite solid. It doesn’t get much use, but I love the way it looks when it is on. There is a switch at the

Two of My Favourite Trilogies Combined

I felt as though Indiana Jones should ride in the cockpit of the second best Star Wars craft (Millennium Falcon). Second only to Slave One (Boba Fett’s ship). I love that both of these characters are played by Harrison Ford

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This book shouldn’t be for sale – A great irony

This comical spelling mistake was too great to pass up. I could feel the irony course through my veins.

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Magic Mirror on the Wall – Ikea HÖNEFOSS

The HÖNEFOSS mirrors from Ikea. A hexagonal mirrors are great for tiling to add a mirror any room. They aren’t anywhere near reflective as a regular mirror. Think dull, and even duller for the 2nd colour. It would be worth

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My Own Worst Enemy

I am almost certain that I could be diagnosed with both trichotillomania and dermatillomania. I feel as though they kind of fuel each other. A mixture of pimples, ingrown hairs, horrible skin from eczema, cat and hay fever allergies (it

Growing up

I don’t really feel like I have grown up at all. My memory of school is pretty good, but I cannot recall actually learning anything. I have trouble with maths, English and pretty much every other class I have taken.

The Melancholy of Mark

I’ve been reading a lot more lately. Partially to keep myself busy on the bus, since there is only a certain numberof times you can listen to the same music without going insane. A few suggestions online pointed me towards


I’ve been off adventuring around Tasmania for the last 12 days. It has been wonderful, but I have had the great opportunity to read some books. I finished a Reaper Man (Terry Pratchett) and The Blind Watchmaker (Richard Dawkins). I