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An Alternative for Refugees

I posted the following on my Facebook feed after watching all the pearl-clutching and crying over the fate of refugees under Trump. Couldn’t help it, and maybe I’ll start blogging again, now. Facebook does not really offer an appropriate platform … Continue reading

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A Suspension of Disbelief…

Time to start blogging again. I’ve just been watching The Last Exorcism Part II, wherein a New Orleans Voodoo priestess plays a pivotal part. Which got me thinking… I am a faithful sceptic. I believe in a God; a creative, … Continue reading

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Soon be back…

Semi-regular posting will resume here soon. Baby and work have meant a curtailment of online activities for the past year, but I have to get through a few exams in the first week of October and I will find the … Continue reading

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My letter to Liberty

I have yet to write to my MP, but I thought I would drop a line regarding FATCA to Liberty (one of the main civil liberties group in the UK) after reading this post at Isaac Brock Society and this post at Maple … Continue reading

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Sandy on Social Awareness

Originally posted on Sandysview:
I’ve coined a phrase, it already exists in a roundabout sort of way but the existing phrase is some crap about consciousness and how society works within itself or some such hippy sounding bollocks. My phrase…

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So many diversions, so little time…

Back to the blog…My first post in a couple of weeks. The first bit of writing in a week and a half (other than work stuff.) What have I been up to? Well, when I’m not working or running errands, … Continue reading

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Fighting more ignorance on Saverin

Once again, led to another article on Saverin via the Isaac Brock Society, I posted the following as a comment:   He has paid his taxes already.  By renouncing his citizenship, he had to pay an exit tax on his … Continue reading

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