Monthly Archives: May 2011

A Moral Distance

Living several thousand miles from any geo-political dangers has always been a security blanket for the population of the USA. It has only recently had to live with a direct threat with the introduction of inter-continental missiles and bombers, that … Continue reading

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The News

A gracious hand waving at a window. Diamonds sparkling as a limousine passes by.    Black suits freshly pressed. Haute Couture dresses finely displayed in the bright sunlight. Power radiates forth, confidence is all-consuming. Friendship openly displayed by all. The smoke … Continue reading

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The Worlds Hottest Destination

We are obviously missing some vital attraction that draws people to this mainly desert wilderness. Alexander the Great fought all the way from Macedonia to reach it. Genghis Khan Extended his reach from China and Mongolia to arrive at this … Continue reading

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Bogged Down

The international community seems to be sitting on the moral high ground telling all and sundry that they should be democratic and free but what if it cost the lives of those people, ordinary folk who just want to live … Continue reading

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YUMMY YUMMY Oh My Tummy

I spent a few days in England visiting family, I stayed at an INN LODGE, clean, tidy, very reasonably priced food in quite large portions. Probably like me, you struggle to keep weight off. I find it extremely difficult, always told to … Continue reading

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