Monthly Archives: March 2012

It Shouldn’t Happen to a Van Driver… But it Does! Part V

  Mist through the trees rising up from Detling. Had I been a poet and in possession of the time I’d more than likely filled an anthology this morning. Alas my poetry sucks and I had to drive my van … Continue reading

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It Shouldn’t Happen to a Van Driver… But it Does! Part VI

  One of the infuriating things about this job (of which there aren’t many to be fair) is the size of the drops. Or should I say, lack of size. It seems to be a constant source of amusement to … Continue reading

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US foreign policy on International Law and the Rule-of-Law

I can understand the Pentagon’s decision to bring Staff Sergeant Robert Bales, the alleged killer of sixteen Afghans, back to the US in order to sort out the current crisis in Afghanistan. The last thing they would want is for … Continue reading

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Image Poetry

I tried this for the first time this week: Hope you like it!

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It Shouldn’t Happen to a Van Driver… But it Does! Part III

CSA resolution Mr Happy and Mr Grumpy I went to see my little boy, George (see image below) on Monday as I promised I would. And, of course, my Ex was there. She carried on as though nothing had happened … Continue reading

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It Shouldn’t Happen to a Van Driver – But It Does… Part II

Level Crossings: you may have seen the adds… the guy tries to sneak round the half barrier… and stops just as the train flashes past. I know why they’re there, but obviously some people don’t; however, does the wait have … Continue reading

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Not-so-Daily Hiaku

Deep, deep fitful sleep, The longest I’ve had in months. Still I feel so tired

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