Monthly Archives: May 2012

Get out of my yard

A lightly misleading title, perhaps, since I don’t have a yard, the only plant in my home being that damned cactus by the kitchen sink (renamed, “Bastard Plant”) I seem to snag my elbow on all the time. After a … Continue reading

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Left, Right, Left, Right, Left…

As a military-minded sort of chap, I’m always fascinated by the differences from what I was taught during my brief career and the training foreign soldiers undertook. Since this blog is focused around my activities in Georgia (let’s face it, … Continue reading

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Dreaming of a Cloud Base

A charming gentleman called Tom told me he was very glad that I hadn’t given up blogging; that really made my day, it seems I have something of a readership. Another box ticked, and it means at least one person … Continue reading

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5 Days of War

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the title, it’s the name of a movie made about the 2008 war between Russia and Georgia. It has a measure of popularity here in Georgia, but was criticised elsewhere in the … Continue reading

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Ossetian Abkhaz blues

Strictly speaking I should be working on my novel manuscript; those chaps from Sulakauri Publishing have been very patient with me and I keep avoiding sitting down and actually working on it at any length. And since I have the … Continue reading

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This is about m…

This is about me, but it’s for you. I suppose I’m really writing this for the benefit of Neal Zupancic so he can understand me a little better. I don’t think he’s fully comprehended me yet; I seem to be … Continue reading

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And another thing…

This morning Mr. Neal Zupancic replied to my counter-blog, which I didn’t think he would, and told me: “I think there are places where you’ve mistaken my intentions and places where we’ll have to agree to disagreeĀ (Good for you, Neal. … Continue reading

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