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August 06, 2009


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..not forgetting the British civilians during WW2 (my grandparents) who dug for victory, relocalised production emerged fitter than ever ....and who George Orwell, as well as Churchill said was 'their finest hour'.


Happy Birthday Lou. Given the absence of cake and icecream I hope you at least played the Beatles.

We visited the Peace Park at Hiroshima several years ago - it's a sobering but worthwhile experience. Then we took the ferry across to Miyajima Island where, to the great amusement of my companions, the sacred deer stole my plan for the day out of my pocket and ate it. Sometimes sapience is not an easy path.

George Mobus

Hi Mike.

You can really call me anything but 'late for dinner!'

George (Lou)

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