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day #76

furthering my apology for the travesty of last night is a wee clip from a wee film you may never have heard of, but most scots have been raised on its legacy. 17 more words

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Speed, bonnie boat, like a bird on the wing...

Many years ago the Textiliste and I saw a film. It was around the time Chariots of Fire was making it big the world over and British film making had one of its many, if short lived, revivals. 774 more words

Miscellany

LOCAL HERO

BEST CHOCOLATE IN THE WEST!

Helen & Stewart set up the Oban Chocolate Company in December 2003, three months before we opened our cafe!

They have really gone from strength to strength. 34 more words

LOCAL HERO

In Memory: Sandi Cutler

Sandi Cutler, Solid Ground’s Chief Operating & Strategy Officer, died unexpectedly during the first week of July from natural causes. He leaves behind many loving family members, dozens of grieving colleagues and a lifelong legacy of social justice work. 556 more words

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Low Weight Speedstar ~

Hi readers, how is going?

A couple of weekends ago we went to Valencia to cover two events, one was the Massanassa Tuning Expo and the other one, way more important, was the Nissan GT-R/Fairlady Z National Meeting, organised by NissanRC. 272 more words

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Tony Stein - Dayton's Superhero

No greater person could be featured for July 4th.

Corporal Tony Stein

The only Daytonian to receive a Congressional Medal of Honor for WWII and the first recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor for Iwo Jima, Tony Stein still does not get enough credit.

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Oldfarm - The Story

When I initially thought about sharing details of some of the wonderful producers we have right on our doorstep here…. I think I counted 15 within a few minutes. 561 more words

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