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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Jakarta mission

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Is Blair genuinely upset or is this a Gary Glitter moment?

All of a sudden the table went quiet...

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Good meeting up with Mr G and JC. We found
ourselves in a Morrocan resturant with a belly
dancer.Normally this is some sad tourist routine
by a waiters auntie or someone who should know
better. But me and JC have to admit this girl was
a good dancer and pretty hot and and an interesting
intermission in our conversations about cultural
theories and fundamentalism.
1st Apr 2006, 02:02   comments (11)

Nuff Respect

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Screen grab of my bro Shah from da film Syriana. Believe
man you make me so proud.

Present Arms

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Little glossy inset in Guardian this weekend which had
me fooled for a few seconds. Caption in bottom pic reads:
'Guns and weaponry for the life we live today' . Its part of
an anti-arms trade campaign for Amnesty International.

Check out sites:

http://www.protectthehuman.com/teleshop/guns/
/> here
http://www.controlarms.org/
/> here
26th Mar 2006, 18:45   | tags:,comments (3)

A night out...

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Me and my partners anniversary and we went down to Riverside studios to check out 'Exonerated'. Had heard alot about this and it was well worth the tube journey west and the expensive tickets. America executes more of its citizens then any other Western country (and most of da others) and the play went through the trials and tribulations of prisoners wrongfully convicted and on death row. Powerful stuff and simply told. Different guest 'stars' each week but da real stars are the painful testimonies renacted. Said hello to Steve Pemberton from LOG at the end but the words from da narrator character Delbert are da things thats stay in my head:

'This is the place for thoughts that do not end in concreteness.
It is necessary to be curious,
and dangerous to dwell here; to wonder why
and how and when is dangerous -
but thats how we get out of this hole.
It is not easy to be a poet here.
Yet I sing.
We sing.'

Crazy offer

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This made me laugh. On da back of a programme
for a school show my daughter was in.There is some
small print sadily...
25th Mar 2006, 00:11   | tags:comments (4)

Suicide Alley

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Another young person tries to take their life in da
town centre. This time she miraclously survives...
I think I maybe knew her in and around da streets
of Wycombe. Seems to be alot of women and
people from Asian & African-caribbean backgrounds
been taking da jump. Drugs & booze and mental
illness have a big part to play in this. 'Bout six years
ago one of da lads in the Youth Centre that I worked
in at the time committed suicide and it was a big
shock to all of us.Some how we're not reachin' all
that we need to and I sometimes feel haunted by
that failure...

Tune from my Kaliphz boyz with Choky on MC
duties (where u bro?), that says it all.

ETA declare permanent ceasefire

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Shout out to Edurne, my Basque mate of old who is
over the moon that ETA have declared a ceasefire.
Sent me an email today and asked me to bring it to
da attention of my fellow mobloggers. Hope it lasts
and brings peace to both Spanish & Basque peoples.
Topa!

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