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  1. Came across this on YouTube whilst looking for something else. Well worth watching, though it is over an hour long.
  2. I have told my editor that I will be letting him have copy to start work on during the first week of August, so given how long I expect the editing to take, based on the first book, I think you are looking at Christmas to see book two coming out. At the moment I am about half-way through writing chapter 37. That should mean I am about half-way through the story. Unfortunately, I only seem to be about a third of the way. So it is either going to be a lot longer than expected or I am going to have to speed things up.
  3. Please, please can we have a special import of Golden Gaytime to the UK. I will even break my strict doctor ordered diet to indulge in some. This name has got to be kept. It is just too gay to ignore. There is a chapter set in Australia in book two of the Johnny series. I am definitely going to write in some mention of Golden Gaytime.
  4. Yes, just. The total number of characters in book one is 105.
  5. Especially in a convertible with the top down.
  6. When I was living in the Netherlands my mobile phone was referred to as a Handi, the same term was in use in Germany.
  7. I believe the correct adjective is Trouble with a capital T.
  8. I ordered this book from Amazon on pre-print sometime last year, then forgot all about it. It arrived yesterday and I started to read it this morning. I'm hooked. This is Amy Lane at far more than her best. Her writing has developed an extra dimension which traps you into a story, her characters come alive and grab you. It is a story about love, responsibility and devotion, it is also a story of a couple of con men who get trapped by the consequences of their own con.
  9. Of course it's going to be good, it's by Nicholas Hall, even the stuff of his I don't like, which is not much, is good. This story is great. So far I would class it amongst his best writing.
  10. https://www.dropbox.com/s/8e4kckrw2gsplir/Nachito Introduce- Sport Boys 1.mp4?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/titta2fgtniz3ml/Nachito Introduce- Sport Boys 2.mp4?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/m5yczumc4c9ok25/Nachito Introduce- Sport Boys 3.mp4?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/x3x65n3yx7rzn0c/Nachito Introduce- Sport Boys 4.mp4?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/7ql9yrwptz1mx6b/Nachito Introduce- Sport Boys 5.mp4?dl=0
  11. Or the pad he is standing on has a silicon surface.
  12. This is something I make a point of listening to every Holocaust Memorial Day, just to remind me how evil man can be: https://www.bbc.co.uk/archive/richard-dimbleby-describes-belsen/zvw7cqt When you have listened to that, just remember it was not only the Jew who were sent to the camps. My friend Henk was in Belsen among others, because he was homosexual. Prejudice may start with one identified group but it can quickly spread to include others: First they came for the socialists, and I did not speak out— Because I was not a socialist. Then they came for the trad
  13. I hate to pour cold water on everybody's celebrations, but I have this feeling that you have not heard the last of Donald Trump yet. Unfortunately, I have a feeling that we are going to find him over here before long, just so he can avoid being in the USA. Fortunately, I think it can be argued that Uttering a Malicious Falsehood is an extra territorial offence, like defamation, in English law. The only requirement is that the statement is published in the relevant territory, it does not have to be made there. If that is correct, maybe somebody might arrest Trump if he sets foot over here
  14. These boys are amazing in the level of dedication they have to the art of dance. Just hope they can maintain it.
  15. I found this story by accident on Nifty. It is a delightful story nicely told. Above all it is about love and that is something alway worth writing about. It tells of the love of two men for each other, a priest and a builder/carpenter. It tells of their love for the boy that becomes their son. It tells of a mother's love for that boy. There is also a father's love for his children. It also tells about hate, the hate that some people have for anything that does not fit with their view of the world. You can find it here and I can assure you it is worth reading: https://www.nifty.org/n
  16. You will have to wait till book 2 and 3 to find out.
  17. It is not quite that simple. French, Belgium and Dutch fishing boats had certain fishing rights in UK waters before we joined the EU and entered the Joint Fisheries Agreement. What Boris is trying to do now is to take away even those rights.
  18. It looks as if he will be leaving the White House over a pile of dead bodies. I keep seeing news items about another Federal execution. It seems he wants to get them all out of the way before Biden takes over.
  19. I had a very good headmaster, Mr Wright, at the school I went to, an English Secondary Modern. That was the level of school for those who were expected to end up doing shop floor work in the factories. One day, he told me that the job of the school was not to teach us things, but to teach us how to learn. He ran the school on that principle. I know a number of the boys from my class (all of whom finished in school at 15) went on to get degrees or professional qualifications. Some, in multiple subjects. Increasingly, over the years I have thought that Mr Wright had been correct in his idea. I s
  20. This is a continuation of the story which started in Kaiser Magic. Like Kaiser Magic and the other stories in the series, this is well written, insightful and at time thought provoking. This early in the story (Chapter 3) I have no idea where it is going. What I can be sure, knowing Bensiamin's writing, wherever it is going it is going to be interesting and will be well worth reading. You can find it here: http://awesomedude.com/bensiamin/team-kaiser/index.htm
  21. Thanks Rutabaga. I can assure you the final chapter of book 1, is written and is with Mike for posting in due course.
  22. That is an interesting piece of information, which fits with something I came across when doing some research on a story idea I had. In a letter (from 1700) there is a mention of a young man who apparently had fled England to avoid charges of sodomy. In the letter it states that the young man had "taken up with pirates off the coast of Virginia as they accept such ways and where he can find companionship". At the time I could not make much sense of the comment, but now it makes sense.
  23. It is a poignant tribute to The Unknown Warrior and the importance the tomb means to the British people. The following might give non-Brits a feel for what it means:
  24. I don't know, I can see the advantages of such a situation. It might finally remove Trump from the situation. I have no doubt that Trump with turn up with a machine pistol and spray bullets all around the place, with as much chance of hitting the target as he has of making sense to the majority of the World's population. On the other hand I can see Biden turning up with a single shot 18th century, French dulling pistol. With that he can stay well out of Trumps range and eliminate the problem with one decisive shot, from a couple of hundred yards away. He would not want to get too close to Trum
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