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So let's get on with it. We must put the case for Brexit anew. We must take nothing for granted. It doesn't matter what we do with the money. We can put it in the NHS or buy pink elephants with it. The point is it's hard working British peoples' money and it should be spent on them. The EU is not democratic. The people who run it are oligarchical despots - and not benevolent ones either. Paying all this money for "free trade" - what a contradiction in terms! And who benefits? Not the ordinary people who stump up the cash! And why, for this "free trade" do we have to let Brussels/ Strasbourg (EU have two Parliaments) make 59% of our laws? How does that work? Well, it doesn't. We only rubber stamp their commands in our Parliament. We are vassals and our Parliament is a puppet EU...
A Blip on the Radar (5)   "Near-Miss"      Some stories are so extraordinary, that there is no need to invent, embellish,  'dress up' or exaggerate. The simple truth in itself is so staggering, that no fiction writer could possibly -ever- dream up such an extravagant tale.  This snapshot describes an event that actually...
It's just a story. Isn't that what all this is about? Deciding what comes from where? What's true and what's…twisted? I don't know. Twisted doesn't have to mean something really perverse in the…icky sense…right? Twisted can just mean, it looks like the roots don't line up with the trunk of the tree. Yeah, I have no idea where the tree metaphor came from. Maybe, twisted...
She ran out onto the field, her arms swinging unevenly with the weight of the glove on her right hand. It was a race to claim the bases. Head to head with a scrawny ten-year-old, she skidded to the base as he tripped on a stick that was nearly equal to his legs in diameter. She won third. Not the greatest win, but it was better than the outfield, where kids spun in circles and never saw the...
I believe I have mentioned in passing, my great-grandfather, aka as "Dock". From all that I ever heard or read about him, he was one of those men who stands apart from the rest. I imagine they called him Dock because Augustus Cicero was, well - more than a mouthful, if you know what I mean. Dempsey III and Elizabeth (his parents) must have had an affinity for Roman emperors to have labeled...
8-10Love never dies. Inspired speech will be over some day; praying in tongues will end; understanding will reach its limit. We know only a portion of the truth, and what we say about God is always incomplete. But when the Complete arrives, our incompletes will be canceled. The Bible - 1 Corinthians 13:8-9 Having been brought up as a protestant Christian, I learned this scripture verse...
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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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