February 12, 2017
This is the column where, to the palpitating hearts of its female followers and the (understandably) green-eyed jealousy of its male readers, the four administrators responsible for this august organ cast aside their assumed persona and reveal their true identities.
At fastidiously observed, regular sporadic intervals, MH will feature one of its dedicated team along with a true likeness of their real self and a brief glimpse into their awe-inspiring lifestyle – this to be followed up with a more complete profile when they can be arsed.
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This week, experienced Jim and Sid, while cruising the space highways and byways in search of those who had overstayed their parking meter time, or inexperienced Klingon cyclists who strayed out of their lanes, experience a strange experience that they had never experienced before in their whole experience, experienced though they were.
If you would like to share in that experience, or read of experiences that they’ve previously experienced (February 19th, 2017 and March 26th, 2017 in the comments column) then you can read of their experience in the following tale.
Read on . . .
April 24, 2017
if you have been drinking from the ‘sacred pool’ in the Sri Sakorn district of Thailand in the belief it will cure your ailments you might want to think twice about doing so after reading this report – http://tinyurl.com/l9kqtz4
April 23, 2017
if you should ever be in the Brighton area looking for a family-friendly pub where you can have a quiet drink, this pub may be a bit ‘lively’ for your taste – http://tinyurl.com/kyskwrv
April 22, 2017
this short story by Ron Hicks appeared in the Portsmouth News – http://tinyurl.com/ksbyxr8
April 22, 2017
a battery and a chewing gum wrapper
April 21, 2017
a word to the wise …
if you are going to help an old lady cross the street, remember to apply your handbrake before exiting your vehicle
April 21, 2017
if you want to listen again to previous weekend songs, go to the ‘category filter’ on the side bar and select’something for weekend’ from the drop down list
feel free, too, to share a sample of what you are listening to this weekend in a comment to this post
April 20, 2017
the number of blind folk in India has been substantially cut – not by any great medical advance but by a change in the way they are counted
India previously classified a person as ‘legally blind’ if they were unable to see the number of fingers held up by a hand 6 metres away, rather than the 3 metre distance used by other countries
by dropping the 6 metre and adopting the more stringent 3 metre rule, the number of ‘legally blind’ in India has fallen by around 4 million and the country does not now compare so unfavourably with the rest of the world – http://tinyurl.com/mpeuam4
of course, India could reduce the number of legally blind in the country still further and . . . Continue reading