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Cryptome Kills the Kickstarter: an interview with John Young

Send us material venal cowards dare not publish — see note below about perfidy of pols, lawyers, journalists, NGOs. You owe it to the fucked over public or shut your shop.

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Review: Sticky Labels, The Lantern Theatre

   Following on from a string of performances at Buxton Fringe festival, the final night of brand new play Sticky Labels by Chester-based playwright Laura Kate Barrow takes place at the Lantern Theatre in Liverpool’s creatively thriving Baltic Triangle quarter. 312 more words

Chester Culture

Executive Slacks - Executive Slacks EP [DE071]

Executive Slacks was spawned in the humidity of post-industrial Philadelphia by three restless art students – Matt Marello, John Young and Albert Ganss. Starting out with performance art in subways, they soon took their angst-ridden act to galleries and night clubs. 121 more words

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HE DIDN'T START THE FIRE

July 18 in history:

The Great Fire of Rome began on this date in 64 A.D., lasting about a week.  Many accused Emperor Nero of starting the blaze for political reasons, but modern historians believe he was not responsible, and did not stand by while singing or playing on a musical instrument.  128 more words

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Better care of older people starts with communication and integration

Professor John Young is a geriatrician and National Clinical Director for the Frail Elderly and Integration, NHS England.

It’s widely recognised that our health and care system is poorly configured and organised to deliver acceptable care to its majority user, older people. 596 more words

Medical Professionalism

Engaged and empowered: First Nations find their voice

CALGARY — One day in his mid-teens, Massey Whiteknife was sleeping on a friend’s couch, lonely and broken by a childhood of sexual abuse and bullying, wondering whether that’s all that life had in store. 1,680 more words

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Post 18: John Young, who lived to be old but died young

I was walking through Headington in the north east of Oxford the other day, passing some time before the time came for my reservation at the Black Boy gastropub (that makes me sound terribly posh), and came across an old church – St Andrews. 373 more words

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