Constable T Bear

18 Mar 19
Grace Still Amazes

Today’s readings are from Exodus 21, Luke 24, Job 39 and 2 Corinthians 9. Thomas Constables notes that there were a number of different law codes already in existence before Exodus 20ff.  He says… The Mosaic Covenant presupposes this cumulative body of legal literature.  So it was not given as a comprehensive legal system to […]

12 Mar 19
Father Reading Every Day

Today we came home to some very exciting book post and T was immediately drawn to one book which ended up being our bedtime story for tonight – Ducktective Quack and the Cake Crime Wave by Claire Freedman and Mike Byrne! We join Ducktective Quack as she puzzles over a crime wave involving the town’s […]

25 Feb 19
NewsInsideOut

How the UK Pedocracy covered-up the Hampstead pedocriminal ring & sentenced whistleblower Sabine McNeill to 9 years prison WATCH INTERVIEW on TrueTube.co   Interview with Dutch composer Eduard de Boer The case of Sabine McNeill being sentence to 9 years imprisonment The story as now presented to the world “Sabine McNeill is an evil, deluded […]

21 Feb 19
advocatemmmohan

1 NON-REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CRIMINAL ORIGINAL JURISDICTION WRIT PETITION (CRIMINAL) NO. 188 OF 2015 SMT. SUNITA DEVI AND ANR. ….. PETITIONERS VERSUS UNION OF INDIA AND ORS. ….. RESPONDENTS J U D G M E N T S.ABDUL NAZEER, J. Smt. Seema Garg, daughter-in-law of petitioner No.1, and her two children […]

21 Feb 19
the diary of an indie kid

Jimmy’s mantra, even at a ridiculously young age, was ‘Everything I Learned From Life I Learned From Frankie Abbott.’ Having seen the ‘Please Sir’ movie at the local cinema Jimmy become enamored with the hapless Frankie, mirroring every move, gesture and affectation, seemingly oblivious to the ridicule that ensued from his mates. His latest exploit involved approaching any member of the police ambling through the estate, nonchalantly looking for signs of petty vandalism or whispers amongst gossipmongers on the villainous plans of the Jones brothers, and approach them with the catchphrase: “lucky for you I’m in a good mood, Fuzz!” This was generally greeted with utter bemusement from the constable who rarely had time to respond as Jimmy was by now legging it as fast as he could down towards the sanctuary of the bus shelter.

10 Feb 19
Script-a-World

Mod Miri Note: Hi folks, there’s a lot of talk in this post about body size which I can be triggering for some readers, and with tumblr’s tag system being pretty unreliable, I just wanted to put up a quick warning in case that would be an issue for any of our followers who may want […]

08 Feb 19
past tense

On Monday, February 8, (sometimes called Black Monday), the West End was briefly swept by a riot, which began in Trafalgar Square, after two rival public rallies had been held there. The Fair Trade League (a kind of Tory working class front group) had announced they were going to hold a public meeting – in […]

01 Feb 19
A Stamp A Day

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) was formed on February 1, 1920, by the merger of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police (RNWMP), founded in 1873, with the Dominion Police founded in 1868. The former was originally named the North West Mounted Police (NWMP), and was given the Royal prefix by King Edward VII in 1904. […]

16 Jan 19
Random Scottish History

The first question for enquiry is, who and what were the heroes of Ossian?  According to Professor O’Curry’s Lectures,1 the following dates rest upon ancient authority –  B.C.E. 110 Finn’s pedigree begins. Finn son of Cumhall, son of Trenmór, son of Snaelt, son of Eltan, son of Baiscni, son of Nuada Necht, who was monarch […]

08 Jan 19

Fight against Legal Terrorism

Supreme Court of India Raj Kumar Singh @ Raju @ Batya vs State Of Rajasthan on 6 May, 2013 Author: . B Chauhan Bench: B.S. Chauhan, Fakkir Mohamed Kalifulla REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CRIMINAL APPEAL NOS. 931-932 of 2009 Raj Kumar Singh @ Raju @ Batya …Appellant Versus State […]

07 Jan 19
AndyClarkWalks

The 18th Stanstead Stagger, a challenge event organised by the Essex and Herts group of the LDWA – Sunday 6 January 2019. A figure of eight route of just over 25 miles, including a total ascent of about 1500 feet, from United Reform Church Hall, Chapel Hill, Stansted, Essex (GR 513 249). The walk goes […]

05 Jan 19
Hoang Lan Dang

Wuthering Heights Emily Bronté Chapter 11 Yesterday, you know, Mr. Earnshaw should have been at the funeral.  He kept himself sober for the purpose—tolerably sober: not going to bed mad at six o’clock and getting up drunk at twelve.  Consequently, he rose, in suicidal low spirits, as fit for the church as for a dance; […]

05 Jan 19
Amatopia

Here’s another “poor federal workers!” article that’s too good to pass up fisking. From the AP via the Boston Herald (h/t my brother): PHILADELPHIA (AP) — As the government’s partial shutdown pushed toward a third week, hundreds of thousands of federal workers are feeling the financial pinch. They’re calling mortgage companies, hoping for a break, […]

03 Jan 19
Truth2Freedom's Blog

by Steve Hays  What’s the best evidence for Jesus? Many Christian apologists and Jesus scholars make a case for the historical Jesus. Having read so much material over the years, this is how I approach the issue. To a great extent I’m summarizing the best arguments, as I see them. But I also have some […]

01 Jan 19
The Killing Times

You may not leave your house in 2019.

31 Dec 18
Giacobbe Giusti, a new world

Giacobbe Giusti, Isabella d’Este Portrait of Isabella d’Este by Leonardo da Vinci(1499–1500) Giacobbe Giusti, Isabella d’Este   Giacobbe Giusti, Isabella d’Este From left: Leonardo da Vinci: Isabella d’Este (1499); Leonardo da Vinci (workshop) Mona Lisa (1502–1506, Prado, Madrid, cleaned in 2012); Leonardo da Vinci: Mona Lisa (c. 1503-1506). Giacobbe Giusti, Isabella d’Este   Marquise of Mantua Giacobbe Giusti, Isabella d’Este   Reliable […]