Doc D's moblog: 'We have no orders to save you'

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Yes, yes people I have emerged from my self realised obscurity to bestow knowledge on all headz. Used ta be out and about now strictly lying low dispensing wisdom.
Too much going down to stay quiet, now all of us have to rise up and speak truth to power.

There has to be more to us than dhal roti and Nokia phones...



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Happy New Year yaros

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Me next to my dad as a eighteen year old in 1986
2nd Jan 2008, 00:16   comments (3)

Foggy night in Wycombe

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Living in da Valley in HW means that
every so often the fog descends and you
can't see da end of the road.
23rd Dec 2007, 13:39   comments (2)

This is a turntable - it plays records

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Transferring my records to mp3. My kids
are bemused by my love for vinyl.
23rd Dec 2007, 13:30   comments (3)

Cold & beautiful morning

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12th Dec 2007, 23:39   comments (4)

Dig da new breed!

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Green St School was established in 1896 by the
above individuals. 111 years later we have a
group of people from range of communities
who pledged their support to develop a management
body for the new Youth & Community Centre on the site.
No wonder I look so bloody happy!

Commuters, Gerrards Cross 6.14pm 4.12.07

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4th Dec 2007, 22:33   comments (3)

Old photos

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Tidying up my little home office space
and found this pic of my dad from the
sixties. Obligatory photo outside
airline offices. I think every single man
back then from the Indian sub-continent
had one taken like dis.
2nd Dec 2007, 16:07   | tags:,comments (8)

Proud Dad

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25th Nov 2007, 13:44   | tags:comments (5)