Author Archives: Seba Roux

About Seba Roux

Gooner, Socialist, Historian, Slacker. That's pretty much all you need to know.

Welcome to the Smooth Forest

Meticulous was the preparation. Horrifying, the execution. As an officer and, no doubt, a gentleman, it behooved Captain Swayne to take all necessary precautions when administering the…technique. He and his assistants – men of the North Cork Militia – clad … Continue reading

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The Trickling Sads of Time

With every passing second, we grow further from our birth and closer to our demise. There’s an upbeat thought for you. From the age we are first able to create memories, we are building a tail – a tail of … Continue reading

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Tinderparts

History is full of bad situations that turned out for the best. You could even argue that the entire human experience has been one of bad situations turning out for the best, or good situations turning out for the worst. … Continue reading

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St. Pauli at the World Cup

Should Aziz Bouhaddouz get onto the pitch for Morocco at this Summer’s FIFA World Cup, he will become the third footballer to represent his country at the quadrennial competition while under contract at FC St. Pauli. That there have been … Continue reading

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One Man’s Supervillain…

Comrades & Friends, It is all a matter of perspective: The one that you think of as a hero – fighting crime, exposing corruption, upholding liberty for all decent, hard-working families… – is the same individual to us represents everything … Continue reading

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Of Dubious Reliability

“When I confronted him, he denied that he’d ever said anything of the sort.” Dieter looked confused at this point, so Walter added, “And it’s not like the guy was lying – at least, I don’t think he was – … Continue reading

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Polite Conversation At Dinner

Big family. Big table. Big opinions. Big voices. Big arguments. Dad slowly having a meltdown as he realises how much of his hard-earned money is being greedily shoveled into his brood’s ungrateful faces. Mom shushing his nervous remonstrations while she … Continue reading

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