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Middle Ages [it's all mine now?]

I was bought up in a small township in Eltham (Leslie Townsend Hope's also) in South London, now live in The-Garden-of-Kent aerial during the fifties Elvis was beginning to make a noise and ....in contempt of court

Saturday, March 06, 2004

Denise Richards is giving up
some thing?


When I moved here in 1968ish it was for my friend Rosemarie Westbrook then working at GEC Head Office in Park Lane...
Then Anouska Hempel the celebrated actress was making On Her Majesty's Secret Service then she purchesed that property that I rented for ?4.19.6 pre decimal currency and coverted to this to The Hempel Hotel 5 star luxury in quite a nice part of London this is beleive me
Presently does this stuff... but back then I read David Hicks an interview and a catalogue to his son's book "Designer" with biograph..

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Monday is Mark Winter's 40th Birthday so he's taking it off work...
Last night at The George & Dragon in Headcorn after our long days work Simon (Mark's Younger brother) started talking about 'gravity' as a film script title; a fair website here for your writings??? which bought up a little known memory about a woman that used to work next door to well to cut a long story shortish she had the most wonderful legs I think I had ever seen I'm a no-brainer so it's up to me to think of some foolish things sometime and I left her a note about a science fact (not yet fiction)
a little game title gravity plates like floor tiles...
Last night I had an extraordinary dream about a rather beautiful women with the most extraordinary legs I could ever have thought of in a mini-dress long and slender but having deep deep rifts-in one might I say was as deep "as your heart" ... well I woke up so horny

Herald of Free Enterprise

ship Map

The Herald of Free Enterprise, like her sister ships Pride of Free Enterprise and Spirit of Free Enterprise, was a modern ro-ro passenger/vehicle ferry designed for use on the high-volume short Dover-Calais ferry route. She could accelerate rapidly to her service speed of 22 knots. She was certificated to carry a maximum of 1,400 persons.

At 433 feet long and 7,950 gross tons, the Herald was of record size at her launching in 1980 and was one of the prides of the 22-ship Townsend Thoresen fleet. She had two main vehicle decks and at Dover and Calais double–deck ramps connected to the ferry, allowing simultaneous vehicle access to both decks. At Zeebrugge there was only a single-level access ramp which did not allow simultaneous deck loading. Ferry turnaround time was longer at this port. This single ramp could not quite reach the upper vehicle deck and so water ballast was pumped into tanks in the bow of the Herald to facilitate loading.

(Source: Colin Boyd, Case Studies in Corporate Social Policy in Post, Frederick, Lawrence & Weber, Business and Society, New York, 1996)

Accidents and the lessons learned
Many of her 500 plus passengers were in the restaurant or buying duty-free goods when the Herald of Free Enterprise suddenly began to list [definition] to port [definition] as she left Zeebrugge, Belgium, on the evening of 6th March 1987.
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BALTIMORE, Maryland (CNN) -- Recovery teams worked Sunday to locate three people presumed to have been killed in a water-taxi tragedy in Baltimore's Inner Harbor

Friday, March 05, 2004

Just bought this
1 Strike a pose and freeze

via who sourced this maybe I should be listening to this but I wait and see if there a video feed~with the justice!

Gap the Mind
from a copywriter's castor oil bottle...

..don't listen to me from gapingvoid
who talks with other bloggers who doddle chemical forms..

Thursday, March 04, 2004

The Downing Street .com has foystered a blog but?
is not loading right now due to probably the high level of hits...

via The Mirror London iblog..

WEBLOG FOR NO.10 Mar 3 2004
Want to know what's really going on inside Downing Street?
A new weblog - Downingstreetsays - is aiming to let people know exactly what's being said about stories involving the government.
It's independently run and has been launched by a team of web experts who happen to have a passion for politics

Well, here an article about Claire Short's -so called- outburst on international securitry beleive me it must be long time reasoning which was detailed rather well by Stu Savory out there in big europe...

Rolls Royce announced today at salon-auto "The Geneva Motor Show" an experimental prototype outlined here at carpages via Google
Speaking at the Geneva Motor Show, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Chairman and CEO, Tony Gott, said, "It is always exciting to unveil something new at a motor show, but particularly something as fresh and innovative as the 100EX. In wanting to mark this very special year we decided that there would be no better way than to revive the EX motor cars philosophy and produce something unique to show around the world."

Wednesday, March 03, 2004

On this day last year 3 launched the mobile concept of video on-line anywhere

Like this Oh no! Live TV on cell phones
By Mike Langberg of Mercury News...
Via Gizmodo "I will plot a more conservative tack and say that these services in current form will not be very successful in 2004, but will be a huge smash in 2029, when real 3G (high-bandwidth mobile) service is successfully implemented in the States.

The The Concept was fraught we finance structures which are still a bit victorian..

New Drink on the Block
DANSANI a french company is being given a market boost according to the BBC not
far from here
I used to buy a certain well-known french bottled water until it was taken off the market because of a scare... but explorerstreet this beyond the "web rant" reauters 'Drink Lots of Fluids': Unproven, Perhaps Dangerous....
Meanwhile down at the local Library source for noisy underware from here kentonline say the fees for computer use go into effect next month after half-an-hours use

Cebit Europe

Tuesday, March 02, 2004

On This Day 2003 I started This Blog:

A Source for UK front page newspapers..
BBC News On This Day Page..
#Prime Minister of Rhodesia Ian Smith declares his country a republic, cutting its last link with the British Crown.
#The supersonic airliner Concorde makes a "faultless" maiden flight
#Former Chilean dictator General Augusto Pinochet heads home after being told the UK would not extradite him on torture charges
#King Hussein of Jordan sacks the British commander of the Arab Legion in an effort to strengthen his own position within the Arab world
..pick the day before, was usual for newspaper editors..

BBC News

BBC in depth Carina Dennis of the science journal Nature explains the significance and consequences of the landmark 1953 discovery

Monday, March 01, 2004

An idea from Philip

..if you have a camera~phone

terms and conditions

Universal Serial Bus Crash Tests...
Investigators Reconstruct Fatal Bus Crash
By Ian Graham, PA News

Investigators wanted to establish how fast an out of service bus was travelling when it mounted the pavement and collided with the bus queue and a bus halted at the bus stop
Special prayers for the victims, three Irish women, an Irish man and a man from the Ukraine, were said in Dublin churches today
Training for management is suspect when large vessels are lost by controls as can be seen here

Sunday, February 29, 2004


sickcandy says One storm's gone; more rain may come via ladailynews
All The Dresses add~up to the black stone and the academy history...


A houseing for the Ixus II and does not look like a fit - for the "ixus v"
and this is supposed to be a ikelite item linked to from here

Digital Photography Review of the
Canon Ixus v Canon dpforum dcresource review of the Ixus v : Canon's IXUS homepage