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Motherhood in the Animal Kingdom

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The Eyes Have It

http://remedies.connectable.org.uk/#17

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A Girl’s Best Friend

Oh.. the sewing machine, the sewing machine
A girl’s best friend…

This story contains explicit sexual references. If you are easily offended, then please do not read it.

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Wild Thing

Reg Presley (of The Troggs) is famously quoted as having said that he ‘wrote Wild Thing on a ciggy packet whilst in the toilet’ and that ‘it was the most productive dump I ever had’. This may be apocryphal, but it dosn’t matter – the song, along with other’s he wrote, has become a timeless [...]

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Living with DISH (D.I.S.H) – Dysphagia

Page last updated: 21st July 2009

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Living with DISH

Section 1: Dysphagia

© 2009 J.W.Brown

Revision 1.00 18th July 2009

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Sorry, she dosn’t exist. I simply made her up

During another sleepless night last night (this morning) I heard an interview on Radio 5 live with the author Andrew Martin. (The Last Train to Scarborough) He and the interviewer were talking as they took in the scenery of the Bluebell Railway line in Sussex, whilst travelling on one of its trains. Whilst I found [...]

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The Occasional Diarist – 06 July 2009

I’ve briefly touched on this subject before, but as it remains a strong feature of what I do, I’m strongly drawn to analyse what is happening and try to make some sense of it. I refer to Deja Vu – yes I know – we’ve been there before! (Sorry about that, I couldn’t resist it) [...]

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Pride

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Horses

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