Monthly Archive: August, 2012

‘Can I see your ID?’

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Nothing huge this evening, just a wee post!  I’m going to eat these words eventually, I’m sure of it, but I am just about fed up of getting asked for my identification when… Continue reading

Norn Iron!

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I’ve lived in the UK going on six years at the end of September.  And I spent most of that time in the stunning capital of Scotland, Edinburgh.  Edinburgh is the home of… Continue reading

Keeping Busy!

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Oh dear, less than half an hour of the day left and looks as though I left this later than I would have liked! I’ve gotten myself situated in a rather hectic schedule… Continue reading

10 Fun Things to Do with Your 3-Legged Cat

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Firstly, I just want to thank Varun for letting me have a go at the blog for a week.  Hopefully I can do it justice! So it was briefly mentioned in my bio… Continue reading

The fiftieth writer on the blog is…

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The fiftieth writer on the blog is Margaret Kisner.                  …..I am an American expat living in Belfast, Northern Ireland.  I live with my partner, Jonathan… Continue reading

Utrem nunquam inanis

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The bottle never empty Refills behind my back Like yesterday  Today Drunk again Alas alack. The Biro expires A bodies end Ink like blood A blank letter sends But offer me A kiss… Continue reading

Frigida Mors

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“Why don’t you let yourself die? B “…I’m not unhappy enough…that was always my unhap, unhappy but not unhappy enough”. A Rough for Theatre 1. Samuel Beckett. Traditionally, sticking ones head in the… Continue reading

Transire Verbum

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Does anyone know how to activate the password for Freedom Numbers? Robert Garnham 22nd August 2012 Woodbridge Suffolk

Libertatem Numerus

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FN 726221 Today I have been issued with my Freedom Number. After 54 years I am free. I now have complete freedom of the Library of information and complete freedom to roam in… Continue reading

Stertit Perturbatione

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Apparently you snore really bad when you sleep… We shall see… I have drunk a considerable amount… Maybe I will be unconscious before I become aware    of your nocturnal sonic perturbations… We undress… Continue reading