Category Archives: Reblogged

The National Emergency Services Memorial #Charity — CharityUKNews

Our Emergency Services are the finest in the world. These are extraordinary, selfless men and women who think only of others and often risk their lives to keep Britain safe Over 250,000 police, fire fighters, nurses, doctors, all medical staff, … Continue reading

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Trinity College / Guinness Storehouse — Blissfulbritt

While gallivanting around Dublin, it was unavoidable to partake in some of the popular tourist activities you can find in the city. I like to live a life of balance, and this comes into play in all areas – including … Continue reading

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Another Spring meal from Cooking with a Wallflower.

Linguine tossed with mushrooms, roasted beets, beet greens, broccolini, and mint. This Roasted Beets, Broccolini, and Mushroom Linguine is the perfect weeknight dinner for spring. Happy Tuesday! I am so excited. Just one more day of work and then it’s … Continue reading

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Taser’s Free Body Cameras Are Good for Cops, Not the People

An interesting re-blogged article from Wired this morning, written and argued by Jake Laperrurque that I think shows an interesting view of the world from a US perspective on privacy and law enforcement. What do you think? THE COMPANY FORMERLY known as … Continue reading

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Chinatown – Singapore

Singapore November-December 2016 (9 photos) via Chinatown — Etcetera Etcetera Etcetera

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What was the Bonze Age/

Posted on February 21, 2017 by Roger Nield MBE Reblogged from the fabulous Egham Museum – well worth a visit if you are up looking for bronze age history (just off the M25!) and doing the later Magna Carta, Kennedy and Air … Continue reading

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Working Safely in the Winter

Yes its not quite over yet so we shouldn’t ignore the weather; cold, wet and or windy let’s stay safe out there! This advice works for sporting events too!! Reblogged with thanks from EHS Today  Author Stefanie Valentic  (click for more) … Continue reading

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