Monthly Archives: July 2013

Creme or Cement

The crematorium on my map of Bath is marked “Crem” and “Cemy”, the crematory and cemetery. It always makes me think of creme and cement. That’s your choice when you die. Cremation or Burial. Coincidentally, dead bodies are kept in … Continue reading

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Andy Murray, 911 and Sterling

Andy Murray is famous for tennis. He is also well known for surviving the Dunblane massacre at Dunblane Primary School. He has started to talk about it recently, which coincides nicely with his increasing fame. Every time he wins, the … Continue reading

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The Badminton Game

Graham Ovenden is an artist who has recently been convicted of child sexual abuse. It turns out that the young naked girls he used as models, he also used for sexual abuse. The Tate Gallery has removed all his paintings … Continue reading

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A Very Private Crime

When is a crime not a crime? The answer is When there is not enough evidence. Some crimes are more private than others, they are unwitnessed, there is no evidence, and the perpetrator is labelled innocent and not held to … Continue reading

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Face The Front

I find it increasingly difficult to go to anything where I am required to Face The Front. The cinema, or a festival, for example. The problem started when I was working as a teaching assistant in a secondary school. Facing … Continue reading

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