Daily Archives: January 16, 2013

Michael Gove Like Prometheus Fastened To the Precipice

NLAT it’s really late.  Gotta go.  OK I’ll give it five seconds.  You’re right.  Too good to miss. ‘Tim Loughton, the former Children’s Minister, in an outspoken attack on the Dept of Education, compared Michael Gove, the Education Secretary, to Mr … Continue reading

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What Is a Graal?

Questions create more questions.  Another Blogger was speaking of a site where one goes to look at information about OTO.  There I came across an artist of questionable morals – my view anyhow.  One of his ‘pieces’ referred to PARSIFAL … Continue reading

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Bunny Roger Dandy and Couturier Who Invented Capri Trousers

Sir Alexander Roger was a City tycoon, self-made, Aberdonian, a magnate in international telecommunications, and Lady Roger also a Scot, was an extravagant beauty.  They lived in some opulence at Ewhurst Park in Hampshire as tenants of the Duke of … Continue reading

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That British Finca Near Granada Caused Friction In 2011

In 2011 there was a bit of a problem apparently.  Poor Spanish at Granada had been ‘going off on one’ about the presence of the Brit Royalty and friends at this ‘hunting lodge’ or Finca.  The Mayor Francisco Domene, seems … Continue reading

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