Posts Tagged ‘transport’

The Passing of Jonathan Hamilton

January 21, 2010

Jonathan Hamilton committed suicide on August 12 2008, by ingesting yew berries from a nearby graveyard. His father Mr Reckless, who he was living with at the time described Jonathan Hamilton thus: “He was a ball of fire, full of ideas and energy, but was going through horrific turmoil inside. His death is in keeping […]

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The Black Spot

September 28, 2009

The Essex was a normal whaling ship of the early 1800’s. It was 87 feet long (26 m). It had three masts and a hold full of barrels. It carried five smaller whaling boats, a pile of muscle-powered harpoons, and a crew of 20. Its task was to generally wander around the world for 2 […]

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Rooi Ligte Wat Lyk Soos Sterre

September 23, 2009

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Eyewitness Report

September 23, 2009

In 1972, I was a sergeant in the South African Police, with eight years of service, in the small South African town, Fort Beaufort. The morning of June 26, I received a report of an object which appeared on the farm Breaside, which belonged to a Mr. Bennie Smit. At that stage I did not […]

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Scrape away, boys, scrape away.

August 25, 2009

I recently read Moby Dick, because I wanted to immerse myself in Captain Ahab, the monomaniacal sailor, who when you look the one way is a tough peasanty sailor and the other way is a tragic hero of Hamlet proportions. And it is true, it is all in the book: the obsession which becomes a […]

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