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About lunababymoonchild

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  1. Rest in Peace

    And another childhood hero of mine from way back when I was in primary school, David Cassidy
  2. Rest in Peace

    Don't know if he's entitled to rest in peace but Charles Manson has finally died aged 83.
  3. Currently Reading

    The Essential tales of Chekov, Anton Chekov
  4. Rest in Peace

    And this man wrote the soundtrack to my life: Malcolm Young Dies
  5. This is the second book in a series by Mason Cross. I read the first in the series last year. This one is more of the same and frankly I'd have given up on it around halfway through if I hadn't already given up on the two previous books. I'm glad that I stayed with it though because my guess about who the protagonist is and what happened at the end was wrong. It's an easy read, well written and after around halfway, very interesting.
  6. what is everyone doing?

    Meg that's adorable!
  7. what is everyone doing?

    He seems to be doing well in China
  8. what is everyone doing?

    I don't think that there is an easy solution to this or someone would have come up with it by now. Unfortunately, doing nothing doesn't seem to be an option either. I was out and about for around half an hour yesterday and out for much longer today so the recovery is progressing, albeit slowly. It's totally destroyed my reading rhythm so I'll just have to live that.
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    That said, I now don't have the patience for Herzog so have changed again to : The Samaritan, Mason Cross
  10. what is everyone doing?

    I'm getting that impression too.
  11. what is everyone doing?

    Thomas Hamilton was well known in Dunblane as having mental health problems and allegations against him for child sex abuse. Neither of which stopped him getting weapons, in a country where we don't have the legal right to own arms, and killed all those poor primary children all those years ago. Spouse abuse does not necessarily indicate a mass murderer but perhaps tighter controls should be made on a man who abuses his spouse and is trained by the military, although how that would be done I don't know. That said, the news here is telling me that a neighbour heard the shots and immediately took his loaded rifle into the church and stopped the perpetrator. If the neighbour hadn't had the right to bear arms would all the parishoners be dead?
  12. what is everyone doing?

    Naturally I have no idea of the geography of America but you, Binker - or Dan - might have had friends or family there. I'm glad that you and yours are alright. As for the second amendment : it's difficult to say from a Scottish point of view. It's usually the case that if anyone here has a weapon they are up to no good. In Switzerland everyone has to do national service and therefore everyone has a weapon. I believe that Switzerland has the lowest murder rate on the planet.
  13. what is everyone doing?

    I sincerely hope that Binker and her family and friends and Dan and his family and friends are not involved in the latest shooting in Texas.
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    Thank you Momac
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    It can be brutal. My mother suffered terribly some 35 years ago. Doctor did not prescribe painkillers and I was too young and inexperienced to suggest it. It was me that had to paint whatever it was - it was like clear nail polish - on and she was a quivering jelly by the time I finished. Fortunately for me it wasn't that serious but the antibiotics took me down for a couple of days (and I did get painkillers but 2 paracetamol did me). I'm glad your husband recovered in time for your honeymoon!
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