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31 July 2008

Sergeant Jonathan Mathews & Private Peter Joe Cowton

Poppies, in a field

It is with deep regret that the Ministry of Defence must confirm the death of Sergeant Jonathan Mathews and Private Peter Joe Cowton in Afghanistan.

Filed under: Poppies,Uncategorized — rpg @ 23:11

28 July 2008

Lance Corporal Kenneth Rowe

Poppies, in a field

It is with deep regret that the Ministry of Defence must confirm the death ofLance Corporal Kenneth Michael Rowe of the Royal Army Veterinary Corps, attached to 2 PARA, on 24 July 2008.

Filed under: Poppies — rpg @ 0:10

26 July 2008

True stories

I’ve been posting in memoriam for our Forces in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Here’s another timely reminder that these are real people.

Filed under: scary — rpg @ 12:13

Pig, the full story

Remember my hunting trip? The full story is now a shiny PDF.

Filed under: nu zillund — rpg @ 9:18

25 July 2008

Corporal Jason Stuart Barnes

Poppies, in a field

It is with great sadness that the Ministry of Defence must confirm the death of Corporal Jason Stuart Barnes, REME, on Tuesday 22 July 2008 in Afghanistan.

Filed under: Poppies — rpg @ 23:42

18 July 2008

Tell me a story

For a couple of years now I’ve been interested in the goings on at LabLit.  They have some interesting fora and I’ve been trying to run a collaborative webstory there. The site publishes original articles (but has no budget so you don’t get anything other than fame and opprobrium approbation) and it’s a good place to hang out and try your hand at writing things.

The editor is asking for short, original but not necessarily unpublished, fiction to fill holes in the pipeline.  Go take a look.  By the way, it’s not science fiction, it’s science in fiction.  It can be science fiction in that context of course, but that’s not the genre.

Filed under: writing — rpg @ 9:07

10 July 2008

Up the Apples and pears

What does it say about me, that when on Matt Brown’s blog I read

A quick note to point UK readers in the direction of the new-look Newton’s Apple website

my first thought was “Apple? Newton? Cool!”?

Damn damn damn damn.

Filed under: bugger,toys — rpg @ 19:05

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