All Stories, poems and other writings on this website unless otherwise stated, are the copyright of A J Lammiman.
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Here are some of the thoughts that have crossed my mind...
I foresee a time…
....When a man living in a wealthy, `safe’ and well controlled state, will experience less personal freedom than a man existing in a poor, backward country, which has little in the way of natural resources, has high unemployment and low life expectancy and knows little about the advances of the modern age.
One will be tagged, listed and monitored from birth to the grave. His every wish noted, his every act recorded, his every misdemeanour punished.
The other will be forgotten mostly, hungry always, and for the large part left to live out his life the best way he can, meagre and wretched as it may be.
The big question is, which one would you prefer to be?
There might be a story hidden in there - perhaps I will write it…someday....
Is marriage societies way of curing happiness?...
It has been said that in this country justice is one of the only things that has not been made redundant....
No suprise there! It was seldom employed in the first place!
For England and St.George!
Thought for the Day
Tomorrow is the day you were hoping for yesterday.
England's Claim of Right
Fly the English Flag
Wear a Rose on
A little bit about myself.
First and foremost I am English.
I am proud to be a member of the
Royal Society of St. George.
I am also a member of the
Royal British Legion and the
United Kingdom National Defence Association (UKNDA).
I was an officer in the Army Cadet Force
for over 25years.
I am a member of the English Democrats Party.
Links to all these organizations can be found in the
I also enjoy writing short stories (nothing published as yet!)
and samples of these are included on this site.
I also have another site devoted to my writings at: http://domasionragor.webs.com/
If I had a motto, it would be:
Honesty, Loyalty, Integrity.
Remember Your Towel!
International Towel Day is
It can be said that anyone who can hitch the length and breadth of the [world], rough it, slum it, struggle against terrible odds, win through,
and still knows where his towel is,
is clearly a man to be reckoned with.'
(Copyright: Douglas Adams)
The Answer is 42 .... and Remember Where Your Towel is!
Unless otherwise stated all stories, poems, observations or comments on this website are the sole property of Allan James Lammiman and should not be downloaded, scanned or otherwise copied without the owners permission.