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Black Wednesday 25 Years On. I miss "The Economy"...

Yes, on this day in 1992, John Major’s government, only months after its surprise re-election, was forced to withdraw Britain from the Exchange Rate Mechanism. 533 more words

& blue doors


& blue doors  (  a  t r u e  s t o r y  )

cobwebs & cobnuts

& green fields & eyesores

roses & noses

& seesaws & sea shores

moonlight & morning

& sunshine & gold straw

rat traps & bat flaps

& hopscotch

the black horse

echoes & yellow

& embers & wild boar

mudflaps & strange ways

& grey days & white floors

trickles & ripples

& whispers & wild roars

rainbows on all fours

in new shoes

& blue doors



squiffy elbows


squiffy elbows ( 6 quatrains of piffle-vest )

feather freckled dinosaurs

finger tingled tidal boars

apple blighted acolytes

chocolate teapot labradors

jackknife island semaphore

junkyard carnage carnivores

serpent laddered stalactites

thunder stumbled underscores

summer sputtered hellebore

mammoth mangled megaspores

silent parrot parasites

peasant pageant petit fours

scrambled eggshell evermore

mustard gas mask guarantors

jagged jawline jacobites

trojan horsefly saddle sore

potion motion sycamore

spiny ivy iron ore

maybe knotted stalagmites

heckled henpecked heretofore

dicey icy sliding doors

drooping soupy superstores

accidental satellites

every twat's a troubadour



What is Enterprise Risk Management (ERM)?

Alex Sidorenko from RISK-ACADEMY shares his views on what does ERM means to him and how the term has been way overused :))

At RISK-ACADEMY we have compiled free videos of lectures, seminars and interviews with Russian risk managers, as well as free templates and examples of the tools required for the implementation of elements of risk management in the organization of small and medium-sized businesses. 74 more words

Risk Management

( save the yeti )


( save the yeti ) ( some 5-7-5 stuff )

goblins in coal sheds

toffee apple gusset squelch

protons & colons



from great urns


from great urns ( a smack my keats up versus the met office of a poem )

scattered from great urns above us

spattered bits in bursts of sputter

grey meets green & other colours

life & death are cousin-lovers

staggers here & taps on awning

chattered words & birds as warnings

cakes awake & serpents yawning

sprinkles on a half-baked morning

pattered earth & maybe riddles

jabbered codes of brainy fizzle

muffled drops & building trickles

listen to the summer drizzle



too hot for xylophones


too hot for xylophones ( eight lines of bellend )

oh trombones be 

thy skies above

as oboes - doze so

in yon fields

so it's too hot 

for xylophones

but not too hot

for glockenspiels