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David J commented on a post on Blogger.
Well said Martin. This is an important moral issue.
 
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Perfect!
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She is very lovely
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Interesting. I too have childhood memories. I seem to remember Fighting The Flab...He had a ready, but acerbic wit. I once saw a TV dram, a one off set in the world of TV, in which Sir Terry played himself - as a bad guy, quite menacing and rather God Father like. I often wondered about that; was that a real aspect of Sir Terry: did he enjoy taking off the mask, so to speak. I always found Children In Need insufferable; not because I disapprove of charity, far from it, as to which I will say no more, but I just hate "celebs" and I like to choose my own personal causes. But I did here he was getting £10 grand a night until that leaked out, which soured me a little. Still, I have fond memories of being cheered on my often long commutes by some rather risqué stuff which he permitted on his morning shows. For those, I am grateful.    
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David J commented on a post on Blogger.
I listened to that too, with great interest. What an engaging couple of hours of Wittertainment it was (before I was violently sick). Good post!
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Wise words for all suffering from anxiety
Meeting Dr. Bonce
Meeting Dr. Bonce
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David J commented on a post on Blogger.
"So we come to Jeremy Corbyn, who seems to be a sincere and pleasant old lefty."  That's about it. 
When we come to refugees, this is a terrible dilemma. Many are indeed fleeing war. There is a lot of war about. I heard a piece about the large number of refugees landing on Kos this week. Many are fleeing war in Syria, and are - for want of a better description "middle class" and educated. The problem is that in my view a pretty large percentage of population of Africa and the near and Middle East qualify - and certainly wouldn't want to live in their conditions.  But can Europe cope with what may be within the legal definition of refugee, but is also - in effect mass migration? There are no easy answers.      
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David J commented on a post on Blogger.
A fascinating blog. I feel great concern for these huge and generally gentle creatures. What right had or have we to hunt and kill them?
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