IT’S VERY easy to sit in judgement of someone. To criticise their life and smugly think: “I would never be so silly as to be fooled like that.” One of the things I have learned as a journalist, though, is to never judge, never jump to conclusions, but instead simply open myself up and really listen to what an interviewee is telling me. 333 more words
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Following on from my previous post ‘Alumni Exhibition’ here are some more photographs from the Abraham Ormerod Medical Centre.
The Abraham Ormerod Medical Centre was built as a gift from the local family who ran Todmorden mills, opened in 1939 by the Princess Royal. 64 more words
New Zealand your media treats you as if you are stupid and vacuous, and articles like this are the only things your feeble minds can handle at any given time, unless Paddy has turned up with his friends Shouty Paddy and Opinionated Paddy. 50 more words