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The Honey Queen from Galway An exercise in Symbolism There is a fine seductive reasoning, and it appears as a form of mental sickness. Like the effects of too much of the juice of the barley, it leads men to sit around, confidently bumping their gums. In this type of closed mutual admiration society, there goes on a lot of virtue flaunting and preening. Where goes Ireland today? With many so-called Republicans calling for 'open borders' and 'Globalism' and apparently enamored with that dusty old fool, Karl Marx...? Let's look at the busy, hardworking honey bee Queen, that tended all her life to her busy hive in County Galway. Through storms and winters, through cold and drought. Fighting off thieves and raiders, she and her workers & drones protected the hive. The...
A Blip on the Radar Part 13:   The Lady in Blue        I try hard, not always successfully, to live by my own maxims. One of these goes like this:    never mock what you don't understand. It has to do with respect I guess. Other people's religious and spiritual beliefs may seem strange, unreal, but if they are...
A Blip on the Radar Part 11)   Plastic, War, and Manta Rays        In my little life, I have frequently witnessed distressing events, man-made, that made absolutely zero sense to me. No rhyme, no logic, no sense. I'd be left thinking... why on earth... do people do and say-such incredibly silly things? Do you have to be an...
Of Helicopters and Humans 2.     There ain't nuthin'  like a good hammer (On the problems of 'Remote Authority' and the back-and-forth tussle with Anti-Authoritarian 'Type A'  tendencies amongst SOB pilots. Helicopter operations frequently allow our PIC's to develop partial or total disrespect for Head Office. The Boss may be hours, days,...
I felt it, walking in, and seeing the two together, with the bliss of being warmed and welcomed by another body painted in the smiles of their closed eyes.   I felt it sucked from me.   Like conduction, or the science of a heart's atoms breaking.   Brain, body, blood. Atoms, slowed, in sight of their still skin blindly blending molecules to...
A Blip on the Radar Part 10:  "Burning The Garbage; Moggy, Moggy, what you DO??"                Looking back,  I know I elevated naivety to an Art form, truly worthy of the Guinness Book of Records. But I plead innocence. After all, I mostly meant well. That is probably what I...
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I'm real relieved that "Moggy's Tuna Manual" is finally published, and here is the link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/588931 Unlike the other series, "Blip on the Radar" and...
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