Monthly Archives: November 2012

Clever Feet

You have to try this. It is absolutely true. I guess there are some things that the brain cannot handle.

Visit Jessie’s blog for some great posts.

Defying Leviticus.

For today only, ‘Tea & Crumpet’ from JMS Books is being given away absolutely FREE.

Available now in paperback and ebook from JMS Books and from many other ebook retailers.

Discover an enchanting, entertaining and thought-provoking window into what it means to be queer in Britain, past and present. All these stories reflect the iconic sights and national character of the British Isles: a taste of our idiosyncrasies and eccentricities, but also an unashamed representation of the love, loyalty and laughter of our people.

This anthology is a souvenir of the 2011 UK Meet where GLBTQ supporters get together in a relaxed setting to celebrate and chat about the fiction community they love. Funds from the sale of this anthology will go towards future UK Meets, to which all are welcome. Please visit the website for details.

Including a wide range of style and themes, this is a perfect way…

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Poem:Fairy woman

The fairy woman wails during the night.

Her piercing, screeching sound brings fear.

Crying aloud, she hunts out death.

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Are you the perfect woman ?

Are you the perfect woman, un-touched, not worked on by surgeons or have you had any of the items listed below done to you to improve your looks.

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This is an award for my other site, Poets Corner, i hope you give it a visit.

Poet's Corner

Poets Corner has received a new award and it was sent to us by Alex.

Alex is an author on Poets corner and blogs atWorldly Winds.

The award award is theBlog of 2012  award.

You can see that we on Poets Corner have only one star, but we can receive more.

If you think I should have another star please say so in the comments and the star will be added. 

If you want to participate give the award to some of your favourite blogs and then tell them.

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Large earthquake hits Pakistan

A large earthquake with the strength of 8.1 on the Richter
scale has hit Pakistan .

Two million Pakistanis have died and over a million are injured.

The country is totally ruined and the government doesn’t know where to start with providing help to rebuild.

The rest of the world is in shock.

100,000 hits / visitors

I would like to thanks all my followers, readers and visitors for their help in making my blog so popular and reaching this great milestone in a blogs life.

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Film review: Tora Tora Tora.

I have just watched an old film called Tora Tora Tora made in 1970, the film was a co-production between an American studio and Japanese filmmakers.

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Woman ‘denied a termination’ dies in hospital

This is a sad case of a woman denied an abortion in Ireland, where their abortion laws are so out of date with human rights.

The lady, Savita Halappanavar (31), a dentist, was seventeen weeks pregnant but had bad back pain so she went to hospital, were they found she was fully dilated and the waters broke, which meant the baby would not live.

But the doctors said under the law they could do nothing as it was a Catholic country, they did nothing and she died.

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Reblogged this post to try and stop this law coming to effect.

Defying Leviticus.

Uganda is to introduce a law which will make homosexuality a capital offence by the end of the year despite international criticism. .

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Speaker Rebecca Kadaga (below) said that this was a ‘Christmas gift’ to the populace, the majority of who, it seems welcome the passing of the bill.


So, another country regresses by several decades and joins Iran and other such countries by introducing this barbaric law and executing its homosexual citizens.
Should we refuse all aid to Uganda? Or will this make things worse for the gay men and women who will really need our help. Should the world turn its back on this country. What, if anything can be done for those people who will be desperate to escape after the law is passed.
It makes me want to weep with anger and despair; but that will not help them.

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Hodiaki at school

Little Hodiaki

The teacher said, “Let’s begin by reviewing some American history.

Who said ‘Give me Liberty, or give me Death’?”

She saw a sea of blank faces, except for Little Hodiaki a bright foreign exchange student from Japan, who had his hand up:  ‘Patrick Henry, 1775’, he said.

‘Very good!’

Who said, ‘Government of the People, by the People, for the
People, shall not perish from the Earth?’

Again, no response except from Little Hodiaki, ‘Abraham Lincoln, 1863’.
‘Excellent!’ said the teacher continuing, ‘let’s try one a bit more difficult…’

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American election was undemocratic

This might be a controversial post for a few people, but if they cannot read the truth, so beit. I am only posting about what i have read and listened to.

How can America expect and insist that other countries conduct their elections fairly, freely and according to the rules of democracy, when the  latest USA elections was undemocratic and very badly organized.

Why do i say this, well read on.

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