Welcome to our mirror site. What you are seeing is a backup of Going-Postal.Com that I made last weekend migrated to this domain with the new theme uploaded. I have only updated the ‘Featured Images’ [more…]
It’s time to talk about power. Apologies for the slightly dry tone but I’ve been having women problems lately. You can think of this as the fourth instalment of my “Political Personalities” series from last [more…]
Graphic EJ David Dimbleby presents topical debate from from Islington in north London.
I my previous post (see here) I highlighted the concerns regarding the drinking culture at Durham University and how the Labour MP for Durham City, Dr Roberta Blackman-Woods, voted with the student element in the [more…]
The man known as Mark had been watching her intently, clearly impatient at Iltud’s diffidence. He broke in. “You’re not going mad, and neither are we, as you will see when well enough. Last night [more…]
Link to PMQs on Parliament TV. Daily Politics. Andrew Neil with live coverage of Prime Minister’s Questions.
At the Conservative Party Conference in October 2017, PM Theresa May pledged to introduce a system of presumed consent for organ donation in England. A similar opt-out system has existed in Wales since 1st December [more…]
Firstly a hat tip to the Flat Earth Society, their website is: https://www.tfes.org/ also for Wikipedia, see here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_flat_Earth_societies I thought it about time that we all knew something about The Flat Earth Society, (TFES). [more…]
The National Health Service in Britain is seen as a “National Treasure”. Politicians of a certain stripe have recently started to call it “Our National Health Service”, leading me to wonder just who it used [more…]
There are trigonometric arguments for interpretation of Plimpton 322 and a number-theoretic argument by Neugebauer.
Chapter 22 ‘I suppose it’s back to normal life for us now,’ Victoriana said. ‘It’s been exciting, though.’ ‘A bit too exciting sometimes,’ said Rusty. They were sitting with Emmeline on empty ammunition boxes in [more…]
THURSDAY Alan Dare watched Mohammed Badr wake slowly from his drugged stupor; the man must be dying of thirst, he thought. They were in a large barn, bare and devoid of content other than some [more…]
So there I was, at 16, with my Commodore 64, a Programmers Reference Guide and no assembler, translating assembly instructions into hexadecimal opcodes, by hand, then typing them in as DATA statements in decimals. A [more…]
I watched a documentary about The Proclaimers over the New Year. I take an interest in musicians and how they achieve success in the creative field. I’m not over-judgemental and try to find aspects [more…]