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About Gorseinonboy

Hi I'm Vernon Goddard, retired and currently living in Lincoln having spent time abroad in France. My wife Carol and I are enjoying life away from having to make a living; instead we're making plenty of new friends in Lincoln. We have new plans for our time together and new adventures to achieve. Hell Lloyds TSB are still paying for it all and you taxpayers in the UK. So thanks ~ we really appreciate your regular contributions to our spending money. And why not stop and contribute on this site. If you have a view about anything I write you're welcome to post a comment or get in touch with me. When I'm not blogging, I write a little, garden a little less, drink and eat some, exercise when pushed, talk for Wales and think about the grandchildren. Well that's me. Gorseinonboy.

A Nocton Mystery

The little path that leads from the Church………

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Amanda Knox

Image by Getty Images via Daylife The Knox girl deserves every day of her sentence……

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Image by sunside via Flickr There are Xmas markets across the EC. This one is in Berlin……..

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Welcome to the age of extremes – Climate Change, Environment – The Independent

Welcome to the age of extremes – Climate Change, Environment – The Independent

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Report: Cooling Temperatures Don’t Disprove Global Warming – Science News – redOrbit

Image via Wikipedia Well the Emailsgate lot want it both ways. They want to be able to distort facts and figures whenever they want. See the recent bad boy behaviour of indecent scientists at the university of East Anglia. Then … Continue reading

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The aftermath of flooding….and the cause?

Image via Wikipedia Whether it’s Cumbria UK or Snoqualmie falls the devastation of flooding can be seen and witnessed. Countless peoples have been affected in the last few years. Climate change, diverse weather patterns are with us – but what … Continue reading

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BBC News – UN hits back at climate sceptics amid e-mails row

Image by oxfam international via Flickr Things are “hotting up” in the Global warming arena. You’ll know that a bunch of so-called scientists have been cobbling together various facts and figures in a most unscrupulous concoction of half truths and … Continue reading

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Image by Patrick_Down via Flickr Xmas Fairs……..

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Image by Christophe Verdier via Flickr Write text here… Related articles by Zemanta A celebrated case of ‘word rage’ (boston.com)

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Image by ecstaticist via Flickr I’m thinking about books for Xmas. Now what can I convince my wife I really need to have?

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BBC News – Climate e-mail hack ‘will impact on Copenhagen summit’

BBC News – Climate e-mail hack ‘will impact on Copenhagen summit’ Will some of those who attack the sceptics now take a more studied and scientific view please.

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The great climate fraud worse than first thought

The great climate fraud worse than first thought

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Global Warming Seen as a Major Problem Around the World – Pew Research Center

Global Warming Seen as a Major Problem Around the World – Pew Research Center

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Nocton Church in the twilight

Just as the sun was going down we shot some pics of the Church……..2009.

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I thought Nocton was a modern place…….

I thought Nocton was a modern little place to live, so why do the electrics keep going off? Can anyone explain. The UK is not a banana republic nor a third world country. So, why the interruptions to power?

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Heaney calls for Poets’ Corner honour for Hughes – The Irish Times – Wed, Dec 02, 2009

Heaney calls for Poets’ Corner honour for Hughes – The Irish Times – Wed, Dec 02, 2009

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Novels of the year – Telegraph

Novels of the year – Telegraph

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Gordon Brown’s son to blame for wife’s mysterious Tweet : Globally

Gordon Brown’s son to blame for wife’s mysterious Tweet : Globally Now Mrs Brown and littler Brown become Gaffers…..as in making a gaffe! Well – I’ve heard it all now. When one makes a mistake blame it on the kid. … Continue reading

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Son Objects to Moving Camus’s Remains – NYTimes.com

Son Objects to Moving Camus’s Remains – NYTimes.com If I were Camus’ son I’d be annoyed. Bet Camus is churning in his grave.

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I’m relaunching today…….

Relaunch today for this site. No more St Yrieix Book club. Welcome to the Lincoln Reviews for films and books of all kinds.

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