Monthly Archives: May 2015

Too Big To Save??

  When I left the R.A.F., in 1970 we lived in Wootton Bassett just outside of Swindon, there was plenty of work around so no problems, but then the government decided to close the railway yards.  This meant that because … Continue reading

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Formula One Decisions

or  Decisions of the Unconscious Mind Formula One is a sport of decisions, measured sometimes in hundredths of a second. Decisions that are made deep in the subconscious of the mind, decisions that are literally made without even thinking about … Continue reading

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How Many Crooks Steal My Books????

Now here´s a funny story, no, no it isn´t!  I write stories because I enjoy it, I certainly don´t make lots of money at it, it´s probably cost me more than I have earned.  Unfortunately there isn´t some great organisation … Continue reading

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HUMAN RIGHTS

  Judges at the Courts of Human Rights can be dangerous people. Their rulings affect not only those persons asking for a decision on behalf of murders, rapists, terrorists and those who incite their actions, but also those that are … Continue reading

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Election Fodder

It’s that time again the Politicians have come out of hibernation and suddenly they remember there is an electorate. There are basically two types of voters, those who vote for the same party election after election, because their father voted that … Continue reading

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