Monthly Archives: November 2014

Saturday, 29th November, 2014.

Money For What?      Bryn Parry-Jones quit his job.   He was Council leader in Pembrokeshire. During his stay of office, he was given a superb Porsche Panamera to use in his job.   When he quit, he was given a golden … Continue reading

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Saturday, 22nd November, 2014.

Dame Shirley Does It Again      There can’t be many people who aren’t Shirley Bassey fans, even though her work was at its most popular a some years ago now.   And I wonder how many copies of her new recording … Continue reading

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Saturday, 15th November, 2014.

Connecting With Independence      A rail link is being discussed to connect Wales to Eire.   If approved – and the cash can be found – it will run under the Irish Sea from Holyhead to Dublin. Perhaps, if and when … Continue reading

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Saturday, 8th November, 2014.

Perfect Timing      The announcement that hundreds of jobs will be lost at the American-owned oil base at Milford Haven has come just as we’re all being pushed into spend, spend, spending on all sorts of wondrous goods by the … Continue reading

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Saturday, 1st November, 2014.

Accidentally On Purpose?  If you’re a Welsh-speaker, you’ll know that the Welsh version translated into English says “Free Erections”!      I wonder – in my cynical mind – if this was done purposely to advertise the fact that a new … Continue reading

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