Monthly Archives: September 2012

She Was Too Young

“She was only sixteen, only sixteen  and I loved her so ;But she was too young to fall in love; And I was too young to know; We’d laugh and we’d sing and do the little things; That made my … Continue reading

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Lost In Translation

While London and the rest of the country suffered a tsunami I was elsewhere. North East Scotland  for a few days walking along the River Spey from the coast to Aviemore. Mostly easy walking in what is famous fishing and whisky … Continue reading

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Love is Like a Stove

..it burns you when its hot. And can leave scars. We now  live in a multi racial ,multi cultural Britain. Some of us still live in white ghettos outside of the major cities, but that does not change the basic fact. … Continue reading

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Officer and a Gentleman

Its one of the greatest romantic endings. His best friend has committed suicide because he thought he had got a girl into trouble. Her mother tells her that these officer cadets always leave their girls behind  on qualification. It happened … Continue reading

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Manchester’s Mean Streets

The one eyed killer Dale Cregan is straight out of every suburban night mare. And many a crime thriller.Having lost an eye in a fight with a Thia policeman he is well known and feared in Manchester. When a rival … Continue reading

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Ready Aye

Aye Ready Posted on September 19, 2012 What happened to it? The new found confidence. The post Olympic spring in the step,the realisation that we were once again top dog, a nation that could take them all on, make trains run on time, turn … Continue reading

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Aye Ready

What happened to it? The new found confidence. The post Olympic spring in the step,the realisation that we were once again top dog, a nation that could take them all on, make trains run on time, turn cripples into athletes and slums … Continue reading

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