Tag Archives: Manchester

Life in the fast lane

I am writing to you from the fast lane of the M3 adjacent to Bracknell. Is writing therapeutic? I am not sure, but I suspect that you are probably asking yourself whether I am writing and driving at the same … Continue reading

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Blog from a bus

I’ve never blogged from a bus before but this one’s going so slowly up to Hammersmith from Brentford that I’m blogging to keep myself awake- hope I don’t put you to sleep.

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Couldn’t have put it better myself

“In a year’s time”, he says, “it will almost certainly look totally different to this”. Continue reading

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Which half of me is a woman?

Henceforward I will deem myself unisex in all things. How delightful to have become if not the fairer, at least as fair a sex!

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Hotel stupid

The Hotel itself is clearly designed by bar-code or the information of people’s behjaviour that gan be gleaned from your Tesco card. Continue reading

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The Pension Play Pen

The Play Pen is a linkedin group with 800 members (as at January 2011). We opened the group in December 2009 and it’s managed by myself ,Kim Gubler and a number of sub-group managers. Continue reading

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