THE BETWIXT AND BETWEEN: a Celtic glimpse ”This is a time that is not a time In a place that is not a place On a day that is not a day, Between the worlds, and beyond….” Why is the Celtic festivals of Beltane (April 30th) and Samhain or Hallowe’en (Oct 31st) traditionally associated with spirits
10 key steps to success by Gerry Thompson It ‘s not rocket science….
Top signs of a modern gentleman today, as required of the modern woman*: 1) Carries you home from a night out if your feet are hurting 2) Calls you in the morning to make sure you got up in time 3) Tells you if your skirt is tucked into your knickers
A prison van has been in collision with a ready-mixed cement vehicle. Police are looking for six hardened criminals.
DEPRESSED MAN DIAGNOSED AS “BRITISH” George Farthing, an expatriate British man living in America, was recently diagnosed as clinically depressed, tanked up on anti-depressants and scheduled for controversial Electro Shock (convulsive) Therapy when doctors realised he wasn’t depressed at all – only British.
Learning from comedians: controlling fear: risk reduction Comedians have to deal with fear every time they get on stage. And one of the ways they do this is to do as much as they can to avoid things going wrong. You can do the same.
dealing with fear, part 1 “A lot of people are afraid of heights. Not me; I’m afraid of widths” – stand-up comedian Stephen Wright Perhaps the single most commonly admired attribute of stand-up comedians is their demonstration of courage and management of fear – preparedness to stand alone in front of an unknown, potentially hostile,
“Life is a jig-saw puzzle, but they don’t give you all the pieces” – Gerry Maguire Thompson