Monthly Archives: January 2012

In Memoriam – Camilla Williams

Camilla Williams, the first Black woman to sing a leading role in a major American Opera Company has passed away at the age of 92. May Angels accompany her to her rest.   ©Howard Gamble 31st January 2011

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When is Civil War Civil War Mr. Putin?

Russias Foreign Minister has stated that further action against Syria by the UN could force the country into Civil War. Makes one wonder what makes those Russkiies tick. Syria is already in a state of Civil War, if he has … Continue reading

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White Trash and Black is Beautiful

OK, lets get one thing straight for starters. I adore coloured people and blacks. By that I mean those people who have been born with a hue vastly superior to that of pale sickly whites. I prefer them in all … Continue reading

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Assads favourite shop in Dubai

WEll I suppose one can now officially call whats happening in Syria a Civil War. Nasty things Civil Wars. I have just read that the Army (Assads) has retaken a suburb in Damascus. Yes, Damascus, the capital, and is shelling … Continue reading

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Kjell E’s Cool Images – nr 28

the Blue Marble…. The first photograph from space that showed planet Earth completely lit up by sunlight, was called the Blue Marble,  and was taken from Apollo 17 on its way to the moon, in 1972.  It was taken with … Continue reading

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Statesmen with their heads up their asses regarding Libya

I just love to say I told you so, and I did so long before NATO has finished its dirty work in LIbya supporting a gang of fanatics as bad if not worse than Ghaddafi. Now Amnesty International is speaking … Continue reading

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Not with a Bang but a Whimper

What with all the admonishment from the trainers, the captains and all the what-nots today is definitely the day the Teddy Bears have their picnic. Manchester United not only meeting Liverpool at Anfield in a Cup game, but it shadowed … Continue reading

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Liverpool, Fergusen, Evra and the shadow of Suarez

Tomorrow is set to be one of those games at Anfield where the extraneous elements taking place off the pitch will certainly have their influence on the pitch. Especially if Fergusen fields Patrice Evra, the man who Suarez called a … Continue reading

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Liverpool defeat City and are on their way to Wembley

What a glorious night it was. Manchester City, the super-rich upstarts with serious internal divisions, once again met their match against Liverpool in the semi-final of the Carling Cup, and Gary Hart, their keeper, once again, with miraculous saves, stopped … Continue reading

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Mario Balotelli feels he is being picked on, poor boy

Poor Mario Balotelli. The boy feels that everyone is picking on him and after a four match ban after stomping on a palyers head he feels its getting to be a bit much. Everytime he viciously brings down an opponent, … Continue reading

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