Monday, 29 October 2012
Sunday, 28 October 2012
DR DONNALL Thomas, who showed it was possible to transplant bone marrow to save the lives of patients dying from leukaemia and other blood disorders — a discovery that earned him a Nobel prize — has died in Seattle. He was 92.
RIP Donnall. Many people owe you their life....sadly in this world dominated by celebrity...not many know it!
Friday, 26 October 2012
Wednesday, 24 October 2012
I have recently read this article which I found on the BBC News website....
Retired 'should work for pension'
What planet is this idiot living on? At a time when the pension age is being raised up to 67 this plank wants to "force" (by way of cutting pensions if you refuse) pensioners to get involved in charitable work.
I do not disapprove of charity work (obviously!), but forcing the elderly into doing it by way of the threat of reducing their pensions is rather a brutal approach.
What wonderful idea will you have next Lord Bichard? Connecting all of the UK crematoriums up to the national grid so that you can squeeze the last drop of "contribution" out of their poor broken bodies before he allows them to rest in peace?
That was a joke by the way!
Friday, 19 October 2012
Thursday, 18 October 2012
Wednesday, 17 October 2012
Dear Mr Mitchell. Just to clarify the problem the public are having relating to the run in you had with the police.
There are 2 options available:
1) You did call the officer a pleb but are not man enough to admit it ( and you are a liar).
2)The police officers made false entries in their pocket books and are therefore themselves perverting justice with lies.
So Mr Mitchell...which is it?
Tuesday, 16 October 2012
I was considering sending some of our old DVD's,CD's and games to the Music Magpie company which advertises on the TV.
Seems a lot of folk are not happy with the number of "damaged" items which MM refuse to pay for...but then sell on under the name "zoverstock"
Sadly, after reading a lot of very damning reviews on the internet i think i will be dropping mine around to the local charity shop instead!
Considering using this company? Read the reviews HERE
Tuesday, 2 October 2012
The family of a nine-year-old boy who has raised thousands of pounds for charity are hoping a bone marrow appeal will help save his life.
Archie Andrews, of Nottinghamshire, has fought against leukaemia since he was three, and recently suffered a relapse.
He has helped with fundraising events for the Queen's Medical Centre child cancer ward in Nottingham
To read more about this story please follow this link:
The Anthony Nolan Trust will now accept donors aged from 16 to 30 :-)
Want to save a life? Click HERE!