Monthly Archives: July 2010

Saturday, 31st July, 2010.

Not Quite History, I Presume      In Denbigh, they’re coming close to civil-war over their most famous son.   He was Henry Morgan Stanley, best known for finding Dr. Livingstone who had disappeared into the African bush.      At first, it … Continue reading

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Saturday, 24th July, 2010.

.  What Does It Matter . . .      . . . it’s only Wales?   So we are used to the RAF – and, it seems, the USAF – practicing low-flying over our land.   There are only three such low-flying … Continue reading

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Saturday, 17th July, 2010.

Spare Yet Another Thought.      I’ve often mentioned the dilemma in which our Rural Affairs Minister, Elin Jones, has found herself in for such a long time.   The “badger-crisis” has divided so many people who live in our countryside.   Do … Continue reading

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Saturday, 10th July, 2010.

Flood Or Earthquake?      Well, it could have been either.   The interviewee on Radio Wales did not reveal which.      He was a representative of what we used to call “The Water Board”, and a high-ranking official at that.   He … Continue reading

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Saturday, 3rd July, 2010

Testing, Testing      There’s a move afoot – well, it seems to be a Westminster move – to ensure that we’re all good drivers.   Word has it that the shiny new ConDem government is going to bring in compulsory testing … Continue reading

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