“I Haven’t Seen The Floor In Four Years”: BRITAIN’S HIDDEN HOARDERS

“I Haven’t Seen The Floor In Four Years”: BRITAIN’S HIDDEN HOARDERS

SALLY: I haven’t seen the floor in four years. COMM: Compulsive hoarding… TEE: Can you see the poop on the top over there? COMM: Is a growing hidden problem. TEE: This is definitely a biohazard clean. COMM: It’s estimated to affect 6% of Americans. TEE: There’s bottles of urine in here. COMM: And up to […]

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On Feeling Depressed

On Feeling Depressed

We’re not talking about the extreme, most paralysing, regions of despair – where external medical help is vital. Our target is rather the times when we feel – as indicated by Thoreau’s phrase – mired in moods of ‘quiet desperation’: a large, grey hinterland in which beneath an outward surface of endurance, we feel exhausted, […]

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Sorry, What’d You Say Again?

Sorry, What’d You Say Again?

(upbeat music) – And as you can see, that is how I felt about the ending of the Sopranos. – That was over a decade ago. – I just wanted time to do it right. (slow clap) – (speaks unintelligibly) – What? – (speaks unintelligibly) – Sorry, everyone must be screaming in here. I can’t […]

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