Footprints in moon dust

Neil Armstrong, first to set foot on moon, dies at 82 | The Columbus Dispatch. Impossible to be sad, really. This single fact of history, that Neil Armstrong was the first man to set foot on the Moon, did more the ignite people's imagination than anything else in Sixties. And that's saying something. I remember the crackly... Continue Reading →

Fried Cabbage

I love it when I get e-mails from Angel. Angel is a bad speller, but that does not matter. Most of her e-mails are incredibly wicked cartoon jokes. They are like chocolate bars. Either I save them as a reward after completing an arduous task or I gobble them up all at once. The jokes,... Continue Reading →

A marvellous invention

My father, born 1935, often waxed lyrical about the marvels of aeronautical flight. On such occasions we were given to giggling, my sister and I. It is a well-worn source of amusement, which has not detracted my father one iota from the wonder of it all. The funniest thing is that he is right; it... Continue Reading →

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