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Sometimes He Just Sits and Stares

                               

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A Brief History of Time

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Taniwha

Cape Kidnappers, New Zealand, 1979. Some weird stuff happening. This is the last known sighting of the dreaded Taniwha of Cape Kidnappers that had terrorised the area for over 250 years. The first sighting by a European was by Captain … Continue reading

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Biker’s Permit

I have been writing about riding on this blog for so long it is difficult to decide whether to continue or transfer all the biking thoughts over to the MAA blog. I  decided to leave that page mainly for records … Continue reading

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Flashback and Update: Ten Rules for Motorcyclists in Fiji

Searching for a piece I thought I wrote, but could not find, I came upon the following list of rules I first published in October 2009.  I believe it has relevance for places other than Fiji.  Years of empirical evidence … Continue reading

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End of the Year

I am told that people who blog about their employers, and what goes on at their workplace, may find it difficult to find future employment.   I can say that as from Christmas Eve, Michelle, my very valued and respected … Continue reading

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2013 in review

In 2013, there were 143 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 1,338 posts. There were 326 pictures uploaded Continue reading

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Bunburying

Not a reference to The Importance of being Ernest. Well, OK, it was, but a poor one.  The sick friend is me.  I had a day off work to go to Bunbury today.  I had a surgeon to see.  The … Continue reading

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Racked With Guilt

I am mortified.  I pride myself on being a sensitive soul  and an animal lover. Not too long ago I felt a surge of paternal pride when the first frog of the season appeared in my pond. It was so … Continue reading

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Before the morn ye’ll work mischief…

Her majesty the Quoon was visiting a hospital in Edinburgh. She approached one old chap in the wards, and said “How are you today my good man?” “Ach” he replied. “Ma twin misfortunes – Barren land and fertile women!. “He … Continue reading

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