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  The Adventures of Captain Numnuts

The Adventures of Captain Numnuts

And the Crew of the

Starboat Plastered


Its ongoing mission: to travel the length and breath of the galaxy, to seek out new and exotic drinks and consume them and then leave without paying the bill....


Allan James Lammiman

A sample....

Chapter One:

How  the Captain became sober.




Captain Joshua Numnuts (old Piss-up to his crew) was sitting slouched really, in the captains chair behind his desk. His short stubby legs were sprayed out in a half-hearted attempt to maintain his precarious position. A glass of Martian Ale was held loosely in one hand, a gin & orange hypospray in the other. There was a look of indecision on his ruddy face, as if he was undecided as to which he should consume first which indeed he was. He loved Martian Ale it was very refreshing and he desperately needed refreshing, but since he had not had a decent drink in nearly six hours, his body was crying out for a quick alcoholic fix, and the hypo would give him just that. Which when you think about it, was sad. For as you will no doubt discover, the true pleasures in life come mainly from things done unhurried. But, Captain Numnuts was bit of an alcoholic. And it did help him when it came to carrying out his mission. Which was to well youll soon see.

There is a website devoted solely to this story.Should you wish to read more, then please click on the link below.

The Adventures of Captain Numnuts

For England and St.George!
Thought for the Day
Tomorrow is the day you were hoping for yesterday.
England's Claim of Right

I've signed The English Claim of Right

Remember to Fly the English Flag and Wear a Rose on St.George's Day April 23rd
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
web-links section.

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!
Don’t Panic!
International Towel Day is
25th May

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)
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