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THE TEDDYBEAR The heavy motorcycle roared down the little London East End side street. Screeched to a stop. Roared back again. Screeched to a stop. Came back once more, bombing along, at some crazy speed. Jane Doyle turned over in bed, and looked at the alarm clock. Half past one in the morning. What the ...? She was a very attractive young lady. No doubt about that....
Driving in America: The Whacky Races Alisdair McDiarmid I love America. It is such a privilege to live and work in the great USA. And, especially for a former European, the source of endless good bar stories. Driving in the USA is sometimes like being in a race. A somewhat looney, whacky race, with a weird assortment of vehicles of different age,types, and varying sexuality...
photo by Thomas Arhelger Is America turning to a different path? Something has changed in America. Or, to be more precise, a gradual change, a drift, over a period of decades has accelerated. Not only has it sped up, but if we draw an extrapolation, if we take an informed guess of where we will be in another decade or two, then the speed of that change resembles a headlong rush. A...
Diary (11) April 25th, 2009 Support our teachers, the guardians of young minds, mentors of the next generation, and today's under appreciated heroes. Uh-oh. Cutbacks are threatened, and our teachers are up in arms. Should only teachers lead this fight against cuts? This affects all of us. Big time. I don't know the levels of remuneration. Different claims are made. A state...
Diary (10) Time Horizons April 25, 2009 I find myself wondering about "time horizons". How far do people look ahead? Do they expect Mr Obama's policies to solve the problems within weeks? Months? A year? Three? A careful look at the statements of the man himself confuses an observer with their ambiguity. Nonetheless, in his defense, I will say he has often and...
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