The Potato field Icon.

It is just perfect, perfectly appropriate, that this important 12th-century reliquary, an Irish Crucifixion plaque, should have been found, in of all places, an Irish potato field. But so it was.   And according to the notes of the archaeologist who found it, it was in the year 1844. I check my notes. Yes, 1844.   Just... Continue Reading →

The Kiss of a lance corporal

We had an advantage over Depot and barrack based troops.At the Singapore Headquarters of Far East Land Forces, set in rolling parkland near the botanic gardens, there were employed a dozen or so white women, daughters of serving officers.White women in Singapore were truly the holy grail of every soldier’s sexual fantasies. Somewhat stupidly we... Continue Reading →

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