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Mark Anderson Smith
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Author of Fallen Warriors and The Great Scottish Land Grab. VBA and SQL developer
Author of Fallen Warriors and The Great Scottish Land Grab. VBA and SQL developer

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Whoop! Whoop! A four star review from Big Al! Get your non indictable revenge here...

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Had enough of politicians? Imagine a world where everyone felt the same... www.amazon.co.uk/enough-ebook/dp/B010QX0NWU/

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"Everyone knows who started it. Not many people know why. The case of Marjorie Carter was hushed up as fast as the government could manage, though their attempts were utterly futile. Still, they did succeed in quashing most of her history, wiping out her online presence, little as it was. Removing her identity from their databases... Almost able to deny she had ever existed... if it wasn’t for that video of her running naked from 10 Downing Street, July 21st 2020..."

A dark and violent tale from the author of The Great Scottish Land Grab.

Set in the near future, this science fiction short story imagines what might happen on the day we all have finally had enough.

Contains subject matter some politicians and their constituents may find disturbing.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/day-all-finally-had-enough-ebook/dp/B010QX0NWU/

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Minecraft certainly seems like a good tool for introducing valuable learning concepts

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Crazy Idea 33 - Accept responsibility for our lives
If you're reading this blog it's likely you'll be an adult. In theory, being an adult means we are responsible for our lives. In theory... In practice, many adults abdicate responsibility. To a greater or lesser degree, many possibly never even realise they...

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Flood and Fire
We were out over the weekend and came back to find the front of our house flooded again. A short burst of torrential rain and the drains were unable to cope: A couple of years ago many parts of Cumbernauld were flooded during a freak rain storm, our house i...
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