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1946 Raleigh "Superbe Sports Tourist"

I think I might be turning into a collector of Raleigh’s…

In my usual style of scouting eBay for new bike listings I’ve come across a few I wanted to win. 669 more words


Jean Hatchet (Lisa Marie Taylor) and Noncegate.

First of all an open letter to radical feminist “Jean Hatchet” or as search engines now identify her Lisa Marie Taylor. Mummy of Samuel James Glittenburg born Sept 1999 in Leicester. 134 more words

April 18 in San Antonio history...

Under the magic hand of Mayor John W. Tobin, San Antonio’s $1,000,000 Auditorium, dream of half a dozen city fathers, has become a reality.  In the final days of construction, the mayor spent most of his time at the site. 61 more words



The other day, our revered Uncle Daud showed up (he’s the gentlemen from the post titled The Airdevils). My boss, his son, was away for a good part of the week. 1,003 more words

Family And Friends

From My Cradle To Her Grave

The first woman to see me naked is lying six feet down in the silt of the Susquehanna River.  It’s a small cemetery in a small community…not even a town or village…just a cluster of houses several miles down river from the town where I grew up. 381 more words

Everyday Events

Ajj Aakhan Waris Shah nu in Amrita Pritam's own voice....

I could explain if anyone needs clarification about the punjabi. This is a heartfelt work lamenting the death and destruction that ravaged Punjab during Partition, 1947


The Constant North by James Findlay Hendry

(For Dee)

Encompass me, my lover,
With your eyes’ wide calm.
Though noonday shadows are assembling doom,
The sun remains when I remember them;
And death, if it should come, 86 more words