- Producer19/04/2017I LOVE YOU, I MIGHT NOT LIKE YOU. W.C.B.IIEVERYONE ALIVE, HAS THAT BLOODLINE THROUGH CHRIST JESUS,,. EVERYONE WHO RECOGNIZES THAT, KNOWS THE LOVE FOR FAMILY, IS STRONGER THAN NOT.,, BUT,,,, FAMILY CAN BE SO SCREWED UP, EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED WITH RELIGION, LIKE A SPORTS TEAM, YOU WHERE THE...
- Producer03/04/2017NO OTHER WAYLike a Key that opens your eternity, A Key that you cut yourself, A Key you can not hold, a Key you can not buy. A Key we all have within, The Key is JESUS CHRIST, That unlocks the Gates of Heaven. You might get to the Gates, but without the Key ...
- Producer25/03/2017A BILLION DOLLARS W.C.B.IIWhen we let go, of that earthly snag, That digs deep into the fears of mankind. Stop saying "ONE BILLION DOLLARS , unless you can say ONE BILLION DOLLARS, A BILLION TIMES,,, my estimate saying one billion dollars =36 times in 30 seconds, 4320 an...
- Producer26/07/2016Is Anxiety Disease Interfering With Your Job?We all get anxious when it comes to our jobs, however, Anxiety Disease - also called Anxiety Disorder can lead to missing too much time from work, leaving work early, or ultimately losing your job.Many people aren't aware they have Anxiety disorder...
Comments01/02/2017 #70 Robert CormackThey did some studies at the University of Toronto, comparing certain centres of the brain using MRIs. Depression causes red areas whereas, when the brain is more stimulated (read happy or relaxed) the centres turn yellow. Both CBT and SSRIs produced the same yellow areas over essentially the same time (SSRIs were quicker but tended to move from red to yellow to red while the CBT patients were more consistent). Yoga and meditation are particularly good before stressful days, parties, lectures, etc. It takes time, but it's important to reduce stress levels whenever possible. Anxiety is really the build up of stress, acting like a release valve. If you think of air suddenly coming out of a tire puncture, that's what anxiety is like. That's why Tony Soprano once said about his panic attacks "It feels like a can of ginger ale going off in my head." Very apt description.01/02/2017 #68 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#66 Hi @Robert Cormack, I agree... I've found after being in therapy for quite a few months now that was the beginning of my tipping point. I always thought maybe there were many triggers but never brought it up to the Dr because I didn't want to sound like a major complainer. Sad that with an illness we still get embarrassed. Thankfully, this is the first Counselor who seems to really know what he is doing. CBT for quite a few months and just began my first session of EMDR followed by some type of meditative techniques to bring the mind back down before I left. As even my Dr. told me, this can work much better than meds- we shall see, I have a lot of hope! I haven't given up on the idea of taking yoga either. Tag me in one of your next buzzes, thanks!31/01/2017 #66 Robert CormackI've written on this as well, Lisa. So many people change jobs, linking those jobs directly to their panic disorder. Unfortunately, events at work may only be the tipping point of many early unresolved issues. I think panic disorder is the result of too many "triggers." It's not the job so much (Let's call it the irritant factor), it's all the triggers making an anxiety soup in our brains. CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) takes time—more time than most people want to spend—but it can be just as effective as relying on SSRIs, etc. I also firmly believe that medication and yoga—together with CBT—is more effective SSRI therapy (and a lot less expensive if Trump really bungles healthcare). Thanks for the post.30/01/2017 #64 Lisa VanderburgYou have really brought home the concept of applied perception @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher, in such a heart-gripping way! The idea that the very thing that 'turns us on' or fulfills us, can turn around and become the acid that burns deep. I am so very sorry to hear your brother didn't make it - would the outcome (of your perception) have changed if he'd lived? Maybe for a while?
Like @Deb🐝 Lange so astutely conveyed, we often await for that final drop to take us from 'in control' to out of control; of our minds.
Beautifully written, lovely Lady - thank you so much for allowing us in.20/01/2017 #63 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#62 Thanks for reading @Sandra 🐝 Smith, yes it can feel like a heart attack or as if your going to faint ( I think I've read that some people have fainted) obviously many more symptoms and if it lasts long enough un-treated or not treated properly it can lead to clinical depression. I was going to begin with EMDR quite some time ago but I wasn't ready. It's taken a lot of work (and that means, still in a state of anxiety because of the work) but now ready for EMDR. We've been doing CBT for quite some time. Had a few set backs and will begin EMDR in 2 weeks. I may write about my set backs.. this has been one hell of a journey. I have faith in my counselor though, he's awesome and doesn't coddle.21/10/2016 #59 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher#57 Hi @Deb🐝 Lange, your poor dad! I have to tell you, somatic therapist is a new term to me. I will have to check that out. As you explained your fathers surgeries, on-going pain for years and PTSD it made me think of the back and neck pain I've been dealing with for a very long time which got worse after I fell and broke my left shoulder and right hand 2 years ago. I notice on days that my anxiety is at an all time low, the pain is too. They are inter-connected. I will check out the link you left and appreciate you sharing what you did! Sharing information is very helpful. Thanks!21/10/2016 #57 Deb🐝 Lange@Lisa 🐝 Gallagher an inspiring post of truth and trust. I am glad you found ways to release your anxiety. There are so many ways available today, somatic therapists, body work, yes you name exercise etc. My Dad had a car accident at 60. He then had 3 back operations which did not work. Finally, a psychiatrist said, "If we had treated you for post traumatic stress, it is likely you would not have had those back operations and you would have an able body and mind today." Yes, if Dad had been able to see a somatic therapist, he could have released the pain and tension of trauma from his body. The psychiatrist also said, the accident was like a trigger for all of the stress from him post world war 2, that he had held onto for 60 years. You might like my post and be interested in my new book that will be released shortly. Thank-you for sharing your experience. So imprtnat for people to know there are ways back to wellness. https://www.bebee.com/producer/@deb-lange/trust-your-senses-embodied-wisdom-for-the-modern-age01/08/2016 #54 Rebel Brown@Robert Bacal I've heard what you're saying and I've studied that research and what M said. My bottom line around this whole argument is simple.... specific numbers DO NOT MATTER. You can make words 50% or whatever will make you happy. Words are still not the only source of input into our minds, and they are certainly not the majority of the communication inputs into our unconscious minds. We have individual interpretations of words that are stored as programs that trigger with the words. Which is one of the reasons we've all seen the miscommunication in emails, social media, any form of the written word. For complete and clear communication to occur - our minds need more. Especially our unconscious minds which control our data filtering and processing. The language of our UM is the senses, not words. So we need MORE... And that was my point. Which I am guessing you already knew anyway...28/07/2016 #50 Lisa 🐝 GallagherI just re-read my comment to you @Rebel Brown and I hope it didn't come off the way my mind read it. What I meant by being in my own research phase was this- being open to listening to others, including you. I thank you so much for all you've shared so far! I hope this comment made sense, because I felt my last one didn't.
- Producer19/03/2017Turning weakness into a strength. A common question asked in job interviews is what are your perceived weakness and strengths.This question can make even the savviest job candidate cringe. The question isn't difficult but finding the right answer is challenging for most people. Why?...
Comments20/03/2017 #3 debasish majumderif an employer dare to ask question about an aspiring employee's strength and weakness, have he ever thought about his own self? this is the crude advantage he is taking to embarrass the aspiring candidate . weakness or strength is entirely a relative terminology and what may be the strength to the employee, may be considered as weakness to the employer. this is perhaps a fallacy being clouded by the recruiting world, taking advantage of the present unemployment scenario across the world. however lovely insight @Phillip Louis D 'Amato! enjoyed read. thank you for the share.
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- 10/03/2017Is there a place with GOD in mind, Where an artist can show his paintings to sell to the highest bidder? Now with 400 paintings, this artist of GRACE, will give most to charity,, A bleeding brain kinda keeps
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- Producer05/02/2017Productivity Hacks.People struggle with feelings of not being as productive as we could be in our daily work tasks. Productivity is vital for achieving personal success in the workplace.Today, all too often, people lose control of workplace projects due to...
Comments07/02/2017 #6 Carlos 🐝 TíscarMy biggest productivy hack this year comes from my Social Media management. I recently discovered a tool that provides me the benefits of Buffer (or Hootsuite), Canva and BuzzSumo all-in-one solution.
Getting ideas about what to post. Designing with thousands of templates visual, relevant and engaging content and sharing it easily as in Buffer to major social networks. This literally increased my productivity 150% and save me 50% of my time in social media.
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- Producer29/01/2017Open Minds Vs. Closed Minds- which is better?The questions that occupy my day are considering open vs. closed situations. Examples include: Do you prefer open-minded or closed-minded people? Do you opt for open systems, closed systems or both? Example: Windows vs. Apple Do you...
Comments19/04/2017 #112 Joanne Gardocki#104 Ali Anani, you certainly find interesting questions to ponder. The examples from nature are mind expanding and the way you present ideas leads to exploration and self discovery. There are so many thoughtful comments energizing the dialogue; I appreciate the opportunity to join the discussion. On the open office trend, I can see extroverts connecting in ways that don't appear to be productive and the introverts building walls to preserve productivity. I wonder what would happen if we arranged things to encourage more business discussion over shared meals or perhaps walking breaks. Too often I see people rushed to eat unhealthy food with little time to build meaningful relationships with members from all levels of the company. A relaxed lunch with individuals from different departments or a brisk walk could improve creativity, communication, relieve stress, and improve health, benefiting the company and individuals. Thank you for sharing, may your day be productive and deeply satisfying.20/02/2017 #106 Jean L. Serio CPC, CeMARegarding thermostat-like managers/leaders: You can take this from the standpoint that a thermostat can produce heat (when you raise it higher) and cool when you turn it lower. Thus a leader or manager could be one moment hot (ready to share with employees), the next cold (distancing themselves from employees. If the thermostat method is the one a leader/manager employs, the group or department will be like spinning tops - one minute required to complete one project and the next moving on to another. In short, nothing ever is actually completed nor do they make any positive headway. Once again thank you for an interesting share my friend.15/02/2017 #105 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#104 My dear friend and author @Edward Lewellen- first- it is my genuine pleasure to read your comments again. I hope your health is great as much as your brainy ideas are. Your example of open offices reflects on a real life experience and I share your point of view entirely. Yes, sometimes when we have only two choices we rush into selecting one without considering consequences, as your story example pointed out. I wrote in a later buzz that having choices may generate new choices. You again revealed a great example. You mentioned introverts started building walls of books.
You enrich my my mind my friend.15/02/2017 #104 Edward LewellenMy dear friend, @AliAnani, your ongoing use of nature to teach inspires awe of creation! You correctly write that we quickly jump to this binary decision, open or closed. I found myself doing exactly that! As in most things, to make a generalization of "all" or "none" seems to find exceptions to the rule. I recently became aware of a company that went to an open-space environment for most of their people. The executives thought, as you pointed out, that it would increase interaction, response time, camaraderie, etc. The executive I was speaking with asked me, "Do you know what happened?" I said, "let me get my crystal ball out and tell you. The people who are Extroverts loved it. They ended up engaging with each other more than before and wasting more time than before. The people who are Introverts started building walls for themselves with books, file hangers, pretty much anything they could find." His jaw dropped and he said I have pinpoint accuracy of the reactions from the employees. Unfortunately, executives have what they think is a great idea and then they generalize it into "one size fits all". People are too variable to make something good for all the people all the time.31/01/2017 #97 Sara Jacobovici#95 Thank you to @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee for bringing my attention to your comment @Donna-Luisa Eversley. I appreciate you saying that being open to one perspective does not close you to the existence of another. I like the way Dr. Ali worded it by saying that "open and close coexist." Maybe making a choice is often difficult when someone can not imagine being able to hold both that which has been chosen and that which was not.31/01/2017 #96 Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee#95 You never amaze me with your sharpness @Donna-Luisa Eversley. I enjoyed your comment immensely. Your writing "I will relate open and closed to choices and how we share our point of view. If I am open to sharing good thoughts and kindness, I can't be closed off from the fact that bad, negative, and hate exist. For one to be highlighted the other must be present". So, open and close coexist. You are a pioneer in your thinking and your observation that hugging was accompanied with hate in some comments is the proof.
Because of @Sara Jacobovici is writing a buzz on similar issues I invite her to read your comment Donna. I have no doubt dear Sara shall enjoy reading it.31/01/2017 #95 Donna-Luisa EversleyWell I guess because I snore I will prefer open, Hahaha.. Quite an interesting topic. I will relate open and closed to choices and how we share our point of view. If I am open to sharing good thoughts and kindness, I can't be closed off from the fact that bad, negative, and hate exist. For one to be highlighted the other must be present. I shared a post on hugs and was surprised that it could elicit hate in some comments. Yet, there I was looking at the thoughts of another. I'm okay with choices once it does not become abusive or obscene. Thus by all means keep your mouth closed when sleeping, but I'll keep snoring with mine open and give you some earplugs 😊
Much food for thought @Ali Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
- 28/01/2017#374 FRIENDS 1-25-17
From the PAINTINGS OF GRACE W.C.B.II
Black whole sun, won't you come, and wash away the sun,
This was done for one not expecting a painting, my Fav. Godbless
- 14/01/2017#367 LEAVING PARADISE 1-12-17 W.C.B.II
You cold people, who forgot where JESUS lives,,,Hawaii is more like Heaven, The smile on His face looking at the tree the birds decorated for HIS arrival ,,, (Need Believers, Who Will Help Make A Showing Happen, By Them GOD Works) GODBLESS ,,,,, ALL OF YOU
- Producer23/07/2016WHY I HATE TO WRITEJohn Lennon I think that a large majority of Americans (or at least certain overly influential demographic groups) have a misunderstanding of the 2nd Amendment to the United States Constitution (part of the first 10 amendments which are known as the...
Comments16/04/2017 #144 Gerald Hecht#143 @Lyon Brave I'm more of an "It always seems to be now" type; but I think I see how it may seem otherwise...for instance; in examining the comments on this post in temporal order...it might seem to be an example of a historical record.
However (to me anyway) it has a different (but just as fascinating) existence when examined in reverse temporal order...or even a "sideways"or a completely random order.
The latter (random) order seems to impart an impression of manipulating a polished, "precious" gemstone, or even a glass prism and watching the patterns of light...both...
...refracted/reflected/projected in relation to some "tabula rasa"...
... as well as shimmering within...
...as they continually change and transform...
... in an extended/hypnotic present tense; always changing and...
...feeling like "now"04/04/2017 #141 Wafa El-Amrani@Gerald Hecht I understand, you never know who is crossing your way, judgemental, toxic?... just experiences/lessons, don't be affected! infected!
Never mind!... keep your good intentions intact and your positive energy high, that's the fuel of life!
Stay blessed :)04/04/2017 #140 Gerald Hecht#139 @Wafa El-Amrani yeah, it's probably always been true; I think that what's different right now...is thatvits one of those "zeitgeists" where actually standing up and speaking the truth is not only frowned upon...but make one the prey for whole villages armed with "pitchforks and torches"...and, for better or worse...I'm a "stand and deliver type"...not trying to rock the boat...but I happen to be in a boat at the time and it starts rocking...oh well.
I'm also a "I have no problem accepting responsibility for doing that type".
I'm more of a "I did my best to point out something that I feel is wrong --at an institutional level and scale...and when accused/questioned on having done so...use 'yeah, of course and now something similar is happening again over here' --as a rejoinder kind of person".04/04/2017 #139 Wafa El-Amrani@Gerald Hecht , Thank you !
What many people wants to ignore at this moment and time of our world is that they operate either from the soul or from the ego; it is indeed a free choice!
But being responsible of the consequences of their choice is a complete different story...04/04/2017 #137 Gerald Hecht#136 @Wafa El-Amrani yes, very true.
I miss him...I miss a lot of people, but we must appreciate them while they are here; and pay no mind to the people who we already know won't miss us; you know it's not really a matter of good etiquette or whatever --there are just really negative people out there --sociopaths and such; and they feed off of pushing yer buttons...being human, we all (well I can only speak for myself) ; I occasionally know that I've given them the pleasure of responding.
It's never pleasurable for me; just a precious energy usually!04/04/2017 #135 Gerald Hecht#134 @Thank you @Wafa El-Amrani...but I fear that my fate hath been sealed...someone asked "who among you shall cast the first stone?"
Now...after the first volley --I don't even reckon I know the direction from whence the 12 one embarked upon its journey to the jaw (fragmented and beyond repair)...which once held my teeth ...I chewed a repast not knowing it was the las...02/04/2017 #132 Wafa El-Amrani@@Gerald Hecht this article is very well written and your writing style is unique and enlightening. Unfortunately history is a common confusing subject that might lead to many misunderstandings, especially when people don't pay attention to the origin of the facts, either by forgetfulness or ignorance.28/02/2017 #125 Robert CormackAmerican's follow amendments (particularly the 2nd) like they follow the Bible.It's there, entrenched, not to be questioned, not to be debated. It's time and place and circumstance that creates laws (the Bible is essentially laws of morality). How people can apply (with exactitude) something created in another time and place is beyond me. Thanks for the post, Gerald.
- 30/12/2016BELIEVERS PRAY, A SHOWING WILL HAPPEN, WITH YOUR HELP.
#230 OUR FATHER 1-3-16
From the REDEMPTION PAINTINGS W.C.B.II
- Producer26/12/2016DOES PARASITE POSSESS MIND?Arup is from a middle class family. His family comprised of his elder sister, Anima, and his father and mother. Their parent tried with their level best ability to groom them with modern education, with an aspiration to make them economically...
Comments27/12/2016 #4 Lisa 🐝 GallagherIf we succumb to confusion and chaos, they win. Staying silent hurts everyone if we hold truths in our hearts and don't share them. I'm not sure who is responsible for the parasites. I think we all need to hold the media to higher standards. We need to be our own fact checkers now and even then, we need to know what sites are legitimate for reasons of fact checking. I feel bad for Countries with State run media because they control what they want their citizens to hear and they also put out a ton of propaganda. I fear... I honestly fear for the first time in my life that this could happen to us. I've watched the trend and I don't like what I'm seeing. I will say, our journalists are fighters and they won't stay silent.26/12/2016 #1 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsI'm of the same heart @debasish majumder, there is developing an seething anger in societies across the world. The recent US election outcome speaks volumes as to the extent of this anger. Whether it is the loss of human connection that technology has created or the divide that continues to grow between the 'classes', there does appear to be a parasite undermining the very foundation of humanity.
- 07/12/2016#CyberSec'Cybersecurity has become a full-time job' in healthcare - MedCity Newsmedcitynews.com 2016 has been another rotten year for cybersecurity, How can healthcare catch...
- 02/12/2016Once there stood a LIGHT, so bright, left shadows on the wall. One day mankind extinguished the LIGHT. All that remains are the shadows of mankind, lost, standing around believers with such LIGHT, in a very dark world, with no LIGHT ,, Godbless #117 POMPEII
- Producer30/11/2016Corporate Thought Police Goldman Sachs Einsatzgruppen !Sir Henry Rawlinson - ''Germany calling'' I wrote the following during the EU refferendum campaign, and as collective punishment for all those who dared to stand up for their rights the first thing Mark Carney did was Cut Interest Rates for his...
Comments01/12/2016 #7 Antoinette Capasso-BackdahlAn old neighbor of mine passed away this morning from an overdose. We tried everything to help him. He stole copper pipes, a child's bike and who knows what else... One time he was almost shot by officers... We were at a loss as to how to help him. He had no one. We all feel worse because we didn't know how to help him. He was a talented musician and song writer. Just too sad and it's an awful feeling to have to sit by and watch someone self destruct.01/12/2016 #5 Gordon PyeJust watching them desperately trying to wriggle off the electronics malfunction hook by attempting to portray tyhat the Brazil plane crashed because it ran out of fuel but then the pilot would have dumped it thinking of a half chance of surviving crashing into a thick forest !
I'M afraid I missed the full feature, but this Tech Sector Analyst guy was on BBC Business Live this morning but I did catch that apparently Tesla had put out a story that hackers using a mobile phone had disabled the brakes on one of their cars from ten miles away. A most unlikely story and Dick Turpin PhD Pinocchio's Nose grows exponentially by the day, a self taught former Automotive Technician turned Computer Progammer and Hardware expert once told me the following !
" Its a miracle the bloody things work at all, electrons flying across the surface of the chip at the speed of light and expected to plop down exactly the right hole "
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/tesla-s-other-alleged-safe-driverless-cars-achilles-heel30/11/2016 #4 Gordon PyeSome argue that easy access to a public library is an anachronism in today’s age of Smart Phones and the internet, but since libraries now have proper computers perhaps nothing could be further from the truth. It could be said that Library Closures are an attack on the educational aspirations of those less fortunate enough to be on a subsistence income either through unemployment or disability.
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/library-closures-21st-century-book-burners30/11/2016 #3 Gordon PyeOnly the other night it was on the BBC about how the Yanks used North Devon beaches for live fire training of their troops destined for the D-Day Landing in Normandy as part of Operation Overlord as they were ideal for amphibious landings.
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/is-crossrail-an-eu-defence-project30/11/2016 #1 Gordon PyeAsset Inflation Equals Bogus Growth !
My home is probably the oldest house in my village, incorporating stone almost certainly nicked from shortly after the dissolution of nearby Sawley Abbey likewise the beams are said to be scrap timber from the Spanish Armada.
It will suffice to say that ownership came into my mums side of the family in the 1950s and after selling some of the land to build a petrol station stood them at £500, it was modernised and we rented it to a woman who worked in our shop for the princely sum of £1pw. The rent remained the same up to 1985 when we gave notice to her son and we had it ” modernised ” to move into when my mum retired and we sold the shop, uncovering the beams and fireplace with beehive oven. The original sandstone slates were replaced with second hand Denorwig Welsh Slate, central heating, new kitchen plus upstairs loo cost around £30k, not decorated since.
We did get UPVC doors and windows fitted in 1995 just after my mum died and previous to that a burst pipe under the floor produced plenty of hassle requiring a good bodge with a new plastic pipe from the front garden into the kitchen. Apart from that hardly spent a penny on it, a few minor DIY repairs but we did get a new modern boiler to save on the mega gas bills, circuit breaker for the electrics new shower unit.
- Producer30/11/2016Beleaguered Buy 2 Let Ten Bob Fat Cats ?Perhaps the first rule for Sustainable Household Economics is Don't get caught wearing a Fur Coat with No Knickers !Asset Inflation Equals Bogus Growth ! My home is probably the oldest house in my village, incorporating stone almost certainly...
Comments12/12/2016 #3 Gordon PyeMy original June 2012 NollyPrott article got me blocked on Twitter by George Galloway after he opined that I should seek medical help, but the very first person to block me was George Monbiot after I pulled him up for his Tweet opining that dying of Hypothermia was a pleasant experience !
Try telling that to the ghost of the brave men who died racing to the South Pole for the glory of King & Country as listed on the monument in the park at Queenstown in New Zealand , and now the new British Antarctic Survey Icebreaker is to be named after Sir David Attenborough, the BBC Nature presenter who has done more than anyone to promote Carbon Dioxide drives Global Warming Fraud !
Explore https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/impending-cop21-green-holocaust09/12/2016 #2 Gordon PyeNetwork Rail was the brainchild of Stephen Byers ( famous for his seven eights are 54 gaffe ) Transport Minister at the time of the Hatfield Disaster where the inferior quality Korean Rail the Railtrack board had been extensively using in their ( Corporate Cartel backed via booming share price ) attempt to close British Steel at Workington. Network Rail was spun as Nationalisation, but that's at least being economical with the truth if not intellectually dishonest, its still a Corporation even if technically publicly owned, its CEO and Board of Directors are free to do whatever they like under EU procurement rules, which are obviously designed to facilitate large scale embezzlement of Taxpayers Money !
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/network-rail-tonbridge-embezzlement30/11/2016 #1 Gordon PyeAt Clitheroe on countless occasions the service was delayed ( and sometimes cancelled ) due to the electronic ticket machine malfunctioning, the object of their exercise being to collect passenger number data, and stop the driver fiddling although it was dead easy for them to short change you via the shoot anyway.
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- Producer29/11/2016Was Steve Irwin Assassinated ?Steve Irwin's Ocean's Deadliest -Part 1 I alluded to to the probability that Steve Irwin was taken out of the climate change equation because he was prepared to stand up for the truth about the Great Barrier Reef Dick Turpin PhD & Co...
Comments29/11/2016 #2 Gordon PyeAt Clitheroe on countless occasions the service was delayed ( and sometimes cancelled ) due to the electronic ticket machine malfunctioning, the object of their exercise being to collect passenger number data, and stop the driver fiddling although it was dead easy for them to short change you via the shoot anyway.
info: Chatbrrp.wps 12 February 1999, 12:18:28 Explore https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/john-reid-bus-corporate-fiefdom-via-john-prescott
- Producer28/11/2016Pray For Beleaguered New Zealand !Manawatu Gorge Cabride - view looking aft I'm Moby Dick of the BBC, Sky and ITV news bleating on about Aleppo when apparently there are 41K Homeless as the result of Earthquakes in NZ now. latest in the south of the North Island as well, the...
Comments28/11/2016 #1 Gordon PyeBristol VRT - 38749 (1147) - AFJ 749T - Ex First Devon & Cornwall
The old girl in the video sounds like she is fitted with the original Leyland 500 Fixed-Head Engine and a semi-automatic 5 speed gearbox, the ones I enjoyed driving at Ribble were fitted with Gardner Engines and could only manage 50, whereas she would probably do 60 !
- Producer26/11/2016John Reid Bus Corporate Fiefdom Via John Prescott !Bristol VRT - 38749 (1147) - AFJ 749T - Ex First Devon & Cornwall The old girl in the video sounds like she is fitted with the original Leyland 500 Fixed-Head Engine and a semi-automatic 5 speed gearbox, the ones I enjoyed driving at Ribble were...
Comments28/11/2016 #5 Gordon PyeWhilst out there during the Gulf War in 1991 in between trips staying with Bill & Ella I was informed that the Maoris could have kicked the British out in the 1870s when they ran out of ammunition, but as they were such good sports they held a ceasefire so that the British could get some more !
Bill came to England to serve with the RAF during WW2, he never mentioned it to me personally but I was informed that he won a Medal for inventing something revolutionary and crucial to the war effort to do with Radar, after the war he returned to NZ and set up a humble small town TV sales & repair shop. Bill did tell me that he didn't like England that much because when you went out shopping you got pissed wet through. unlike NZ where all the shops had ample verandas, so much for the stupidity of Pedestrianised Zones in UK Town Centers !
https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/pray-for-beleaguered-new-zealand28/11/2016 #3 Gordon PyeThe UK Labour Party must be in political dire straights when their once Soap Star Actress candidate in the Batley & Spen by-election could only manager to get 85% of a 25% turn-out ( perhaps mostly comprising potentially fraudulent Postal Votes ) with no serious opposition whatsoever !
During the election campaign the BBC showed the mural on Batley Station commemorating the town's history and industry, plus the alleged memorial to Joe Cox, comprising of what was apparently an unsold brand new charity fundraising T shirt on a wire coat-hanger hung from the spiked railings on the station wall !
Explore https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/citizens-income-uk26/11/2016 #1 Gordon PyeOne dark night in World War Two, Constable Bacon the Chatburn Village Bobby arrived on the scene just as my Grandad Hudson and Uncle Herbert had finished killing a pig at the Sawley Road Allotments and inquired " Have you got a licence for that Pig ?
- Producer25/11/2016WilderspoolGate The North West Labour Party Files !One dark night in World War Two, Constable Bacon the Chatburn Village Bobby arrived on the scene just as my Grandad Hudson and Uncle Herbert had finished killing a pig at the Sawley Road Allotments and inquired " Have you got a licence for that Pig...
Comments30/01/2017 #5 Gordon PyeJohn's omnipotent portrayal of Quentin Crisp did more make homophobia socially unacceptable to demonstrate in puiblic than alleged Progressive Politicians ever did, in fact they made Homophobia worse than ever via Gay Marriage, likewise Race Relations with The Equalities Act 2000 !
Likewise Channel 4's No Go Britain Celebrity Disability Rights Activist People Front of Judea pedigree in Green Tendy C4News emulates a 21st Century Freak Show and which The Elephant Man hoped to vanquish for eternity, the sirens started to Whale for me when I was instantly blocked on Twitter by the Cerebral Palsy Actress WOW Petition woman !
My original June 2012 NollyPrott article got me blocked on Twitter by George Galloway after he opined that I should seek medical help, but the very first person to block me was George Monbiot after I pulled him up for his Tweet opining that dying of Hypothermia was a pleasant experience26/11/2016 #3 Gordon PyeUKIP Wales ( Once Tory MP for Tatton ) Leader asked the Welsh Labour Leader of the Welsh Assembly if £300pa Green Taxes were a Crown Of Thorns for low income people to wear when Wind Farms only produce 3% of UK electricity on average !
I'm minded to conclude that Neil Hamilton was set up by Harrods shareholders ! https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/green-taxes-crown-of-thorns-to-fund-eco-crucifixes26/11/2016 #2 Gordon PyeFinal thought for the day, was Aussie Global TV Star Steve Irwin assassinated as well because he was prepared to stand up and tell the truth about The Great Barrier Reef, Ant and Dec are Wankers !?! https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/petittion-to-ban-halal-boomtown-rattrap-eco-nazi-closet-racists25/11/2016 #1 Gordon PyeI've been on a trip riding Shotgun to Carlisle with the primary objective being to get to get a Brief Encounter Eyeball of the New Bridge over the River Lune connecting the M6 to the Morecambe & Heysham By-Pass !
It would appear that the construction contractors have omitted to paint the essential steel structure-work, and its dark rust indicating perhaps reject inferior quality steel. Furthermore, even if Green NGOs don't take LCC to court to forbid the contractors from shot-blasting the accessible surfaces its likely to rot from the inside. It may also be the case that critical welding is suspect and perhaps its Lancashire's Match-Stalk Bridge over the River Kwia as prescribed by lovers of cats and dogs ! Explore https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/operation-snow-cap-shap
- Producer23/11/2016Petittion to BAN HALAL Boomtown Rattrap Eco-Nazi & Closet Racists ?I have never studied politics academically, I have never read any political books like Karl Marx, and can't even name any right wing authors, so perhaps to get a true idea of where my politics come from one needs to examine my early life. I...
Comments06/12/2016 #4 Gordon PyeOn Sunday BBC Coutryfile were attempting to portray how uncaring drivers were when negotiating horses on the roads, perhaps encouraging all the nastier horsy people to go out and hold the traffic up in order to waste fuel, showed one on a busy main street. There is nothing you can do on a hill with a loaded wagon, and it was obvious that the whole thing was staged when the woman on the grey horse deliberately put it close to a car going slow and over SIX FEET WIDE. horse following behind nor worried at all ! Explore https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/was-steve-irwin-assassinated26/11/2016 #3 Gordon PyeI've been on a trip riding Shotgun to Carlisle with the primary objective being to get to get a Brief Encounter Eyeball of the New Bridge over the River Lune connecting the M6 to the Morecambe & Heysham By-Pass !
Approaching said new Junction the Highways Agency have coned off the nearside lane apparently " For Your safety ", perhaps a wise thing to do as if your ABS Brakes malfunction using the slip road as theoretically intended to prevent backlogs you are likely to charge straight across Caton Road whatever the Traffic Lights display,
It would appear that the construction contractors have omitted to paint the essential steel structure-work, and its dark rust indicating perhaps reject inferior quality steel. Furthermore, even if Green NGOs don't take LCC to court to forbid the contractors from shot-blasting the accessible surfaces its likely to rot from the inside. It may also be the case that critical welding is suspect and perhaps its Lancashire's Match-Stalk Bridge over the River Kwia as prescribed by lovers of cats and dogs ! Explore https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/operation-snow-cap-shap24/11/2016 #2 Gordon PyeLooking like ABS Brakes Proven Cause http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-38080743 Death crash tipper truck 'too big' for Bath road24/11/2016 #1 Gordon PyeThe next and final time I took him to Bradford he insisted that he called in at the drug dealers in the old boarded up corner shop opposite the petrol station at Morrisons Keighley. I bought him some roast chicken thighs for his dinner at Morrisons Skipton on the way back as usual, but we fell out on the A65 when I refused to attempt to pass a slow loaded tanker. Even though he knew better, he said I was useless at driving, he was only an expert on PS2 Rally, and even then he beat his record after I designed his car for him. https://www.bebee.com/producer/@gordon-pye/bettison-the-sowerby-bridge-disaster-cover-up