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Memories in Time. 1942-45

Leaving Belfast in late 1942 with Lily was the first time I began to form and retain memories. I can vividly remember the packed train and sitting on our suitcases in the corridor for much of the journey. My best/worse … Continue reading

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Paris Today- Who Is Next?

The horrors and murders in the streets of Paris last night is hardly believable. It comes just eleven months after the Charlie Hebdo slaughter and while the world cries out for the suffering of thousands of fleeing refugees. One wonders … Continue reading

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An Awful Christmas Long Long Ago

The photo on the front of the book is of my brother Tommy, me and my father, it was taken in 1949 on the Clifton Suspension Bridge. I was ten years old and visiting from the Isle of Wight where … Continue reading

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My God!! will they ever learn

It would seem I`m flogging a dead horse here. Yet I feel the desperate need to contest the beliefs of so many of the Holier than thou Churches that continue to claim Gays are an Abomination, they can be cured, … Continue reading

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The Vietnam War???? Women of The Century?????

The article I have attached below came via an email. You know the type, the sender asks you to read and then forward to as many people as possible. I sometimes forward if I find them funny or worthy to … Continue reading

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Calgary Stampede – Good or Bad???

I suppose some might say I have no right to an opinion on this subject. They could be right for I have no first hand knowledge of the Stampede, I have never attend one and have only seen bits and … Continue reading

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