September 2009 Muse and Views

September 2009 Muse and Views

Sins Ain’t What They Used To Be As the Roman calendar names September as simply Septem, month seven, with no reference to the usual God or hero, we’re been reminded about how barren the world of finance is of Gods and heroes and thought it would be an opportunity to give consideration to Seven, in [...]
Searching for the Holy Grail

Searching for the Holy Grail

Not having an original 60’s San Franciscan Hippy Hiller amongst us doesn’t stop us appreciating that some of the best things in life are free; family, friends, sunshine and moonshine the more obvious and less debatable ones.  Snapping at the heels of Freebies is Good Value, which is equally turning out to be the elusive [...]
By George!! Happy Birthday

By George!! Happy Birthday

Wednesday, June 8th 1949,  saw the first publication of a book which, putting the ideologies aside, has its basis about the removal of individual thought and freedom and the control of information. With the Bankers`  party over and politicians retreating to the playground to continue their squabbles, it would be very easy to think about [...]
Scout’s Honour

Scout’s Honour

Our favourite Scout,  Homer Simpson,  is slightly older than the recently announced youngest-ever Chief Scout, Bear Grylls   Along with another one of our favourites, Ernest Borgnine, in an episode of the Simpsons entitled "Boy-Scoutz n the Hood", we are treated to a very laid-back Homer giving us a classic line which seems to have been [...]
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