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Writing About The Past and Opium

Example Ok so this is a picture of my hand after the operation, and whilst you are wondering why I am using it here I will explain. Writing about events that happened centuries ago and are well documented is one thing.  … Continue reading

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Hunt For Destruction

R.I.P “You are doing a wonderful job Jeremy, a wonderful job, yes indeed, St Margaret would be proud of you my boy.” “Thank you Prime Minister.” “Yes you walk tall in her footsteps. She destroyed the coal mines and miners, … Continue reading

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Referendum, But whose?

I am not a supporter of Jeremy Corbyn too much of a pacifist for my liking, however he is playing the EU referendum very well. Criticised by the  Tory press for not supporting the Prime Minister’s efforts to stay inside … Continue reading

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Amazon versus Internal Revenue Service.

As some of you may realise I write little stories of adventure and sex also some poetry and naval fiction, which are sold on Amazon and can also be read on Prime. Being retired  I get enjoyment from writing, usually there are … Continue reading

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Rebel Without A Cause?

There are many things to oppose within the political sphere, the world can be an evil place and it is easy to criticize the actions of others be it your friends, enemies and everybody in between. Man the barricades, roll … Continue reading

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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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A Time Of Freedom

Today we live in a time of unparalleled prosperity, with more people working across the globe. Not everyone can be a doctor or scientist or run a multinational company, and  yes there are far too many people working for fast food … Continue reading

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