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Battling my Nemesis - The Alternator

This evening has seen the latest episode in the soap opera that is my serial ownership of cars. I’m not complaining about this car in particular, but generally my cars are great until they suddenly develop a fault that’s expensive or going to seriously increase the running costs and I have to find a new one. 238 more words

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I object

Recent events worldwide have brought many people to social media to reflect, share and be part of a virtual support network.

This in turn has drawn some to observe the futility of pressing “Like” or “Share” unless it is accompanied by action. 517 more words

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Play the Game

A very quick post to celebrate the awesomeness of my son’s new board game!

We just played the very first round of Race to Zeus, a game he invented for a school project. 92 more words

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Bostin! Getting on my bike

Having failed to attempt the Coast to Coast earlier this year, I was determined to get on my bike a bit more. Commuting was a definite option, and I’ve secured a place in the lock-up at work to keep it in. 234 more words

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No Dice funding under way

I’ve spent this bank holiday weekend with one eye on the total funding pledged to back my new game No Dice. We were doing really well in terms of backing in the first week or so, and have picked up additional support along the way, but we’re into the last seven days now and I have to think about promotion and marketing a little more. 102 more words

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New Hall Mill - A Grand Day Out

On the advice of Brownhills Bob I took the tribe to see New Hall Mill this morning. What a fantastic piece of local industrial heritage! We saw the mill at work from grain to grind to flour, and eldest son won himself a pencil for spotting rats and solving the final anagram. 34 more words

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Best Laid Plans

So I’m not cycling across the country. I’m sitting in my lounge watching Star Trek and have just eaten a chip supper. 114 more words

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