Mr. M. P. Duffy

(VINE VOICE)   (REAL NAME)
I look better with the mask!
Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,399
Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (689 of 869)
Location: Littlehampton, West Sussex United Kingdom
Birthday: 12 Mar
In My Own Words:
I have a keen interest in folklore, occultism, sorcery and traditional witchcraft. I am particularly interested in the work of Robert Cochrane & the Cultus Sabbati. I have had various articles published in Mike Howard's journal "The Cauldron" and a piece on hermetic and folk magic published in an anthology ('Spellcaster'). More recently, my first book with Three Hands Press has been published (… Read more

Interests
Traditional witchcraft, folklore, mythology & the occult in general. Music wise I'm a folkie through & through, just without the folkie beard!
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,399 - Total Helpful Votes: 689 of 869
Cut the Carbs: 100 Recipes to Help You Ditch White&hellip by Tori Haschka
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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Not only is this an excellent collection of low carb or no carb recipes, but it is also of interest as a vegetarian that tries to eat a reasonably high amount of protein for gym-going purposes!

The book is very nicely presented with good photographs for nearly every recipe (not quite all). There's a useful introduction which talks about some of the dominant ingredients such as pulses, quinoa and chia, which some people may not be familiar with. It's laid out in a series of chapters such as breakfasts, light snacks, soups, sides and salads etc and there's a nice chapter of puddings at the end!

Although it's a mixture of meat and vegetarian dishes, even to a veggie this… Read more
Ultrasport Laser Bicycle Safety Light Ultrasport
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I think this is a nice idea, but it's just unfortunate that it's not very elegant in its design!

The bike light has two laser lines which project out the bottom and leave 'lane markers' on the road. It also has a row of nice bright LEDs which can be switched on independently of the lasers and in differing patterns of flash.

The whole thing works well and is simple to fit, but as I say in my first line of review it's not elegant. It's very clunky in its design and when compared to the size of some modern bike lights it just seems like something out of the dark ages!
BRITA Fill&Go Water Filter Bottle Incl. 4 Filter D&hellip by Brita
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This drinking bottle is really nice. It's BPA free which I look for in a bottle, and it does exactly what you'd hope - nicely filtered water!

It's very easy to use. Nice that it comes with a decent amount of filters to get you going. I must say you're much better off buying the filters online than in the shops. They tend to work out approx. 1 each online whereas they're nearly double that in the supermarket.

You need to make sure you screw the top on tight enough to make a seal, otherwise no water comes up the straw (which can be removed if you find it weird drinking with your head down).

My only gripe quality-wise is that the coloured rubber which runs… Read more

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