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It’s just over a year go today that a friend was raided by the police in the early hours of the morning. There was nobody in because the couple had gone away on holiday. The police were wearing full body … Continue reading
Being old I find that I just cannot cope with the bloody things, so I have given up on them. All the buttons and flashing lights are very confusing, as is the robotic disembodied voice constantly giving the same instructions … Continue reading
Today the minimum living wage has gone up by 50p a hour (an hour?) to £7.20. At first I laughed, not because it is such a low amount, but because I thought it was an April Fool’s Day Joke on … Continue reading
Flying Scotsman has arrived at York! Posted by National Railway Museum on Thursday, 25 February 2016 Click on the Facebook symbol to see more details
This is important. Everybody in the UK should be aware of this. Please read carefully before voting in the referendum on whether we should stay in the EU, or leave. ‘Vote Leave’ has this morning published its initial analysis of the … Continue reading
Dont forget read the update at the other end of this post. . . Read the previous post first if you are not familiar with this subject, and you will understand why I’m not happy with the way my online … Continue reading
At a time like this it seems inappropriate, to me at least, to write about myself and the events in my life. Over the years I have spent a lot of time in France. I love the country and the … Continue reading
From my old blog, 5 years ago. I still think it’s funny, even though I was the victim of a similar trick a few years ago. I didn’t hear the door bell that Halloween night so the little ba***rds children … Continue reading
The older generation always say “Ah, in the good old days etc.” but were they? There are a few moments in your life when you are truly and completely happy. In every age “the good old days” were a myth. … Continue reading