Sunday, 28 June 2015
Why have more than 50 dogs leapt to their deaths from this bridge? New book claims the ghost of a suicidal aristocrat is to blame
What is Cellulitis?
Cellulitis is a non-contagious bacterial skin infection. While the bacteria are present in the world around us, you cannot “catch” it from someone else. Cellulitis is actually an inflammation of the cells in the skin layers. It can enter the body through any break in the skin and is usually caused by the Streptococcus and Staphylococcus germs. The incidence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is increasing and becoming more well known. A very rare complication can result in the deep-tissue infection necrotizing fasciitis, or flesh eating strep. Once the bacteria have entered through a break in the skin, they attack the tissues and can spread rapidly throughout the body.
What are the Symptoms?
Cellulitis usually appears on the lower legs, particularly around the shins and ankles. It can appear on the face, although this is more common in young children and older adults. The skin becomes swollen, red, and warm to the touch and may be accompanied by small red bumps or blisters.READ MORE-http://www.lifescript.com/health/archive/cellulitis_when_to_worry.aspx-WHY THIS POST WELL AT MOMENT MY WIFE HAS THIS ON HER LEFT LEG .OUR DAILY ROUTINE AT THIS TIME OF POST IS PUTTING ON ABSORBENT PADS - 4 SMALL -AND CON FONT STOCKING OVER THEM AND THEN HER REATING HER LEG WITH A TOWEL AND BLANKET UNDER IT .THE PRACTICE NURSE HAS VISITED AND WE AWAIT A MATRON TO ON TUESDAY TO PUT OTHER ACTIONS IN FOR US -IE WHEELCHAIR,HELP WITH DIET AND BREATHING AND OF COURSE THE PRESENT WOUND CARE
Saturday, 27 June 2015
Oh my god are you mad look at what happened in the news lately i hear some readers shouting,But stop and think choose a flag of any country and you can find something that someone has done in its inits name,S o i am going to suggest its the people hiding behind the flag that you need to fear for even without the flag thier will still carry on causing trouble as we are born equal in the eyes of which god you believe in and these terrorist wish to change this thought .
A VIEW OF MY WALK I DO EVERY SUNDAY BUT THIS SUNDAY 28.06.2015 IS FOR MACMILLAN CANCER AND FOR MY DAD PAUL TONY RAINES
Wednesday, 24 June 2015
Mystic Bridget DeBose
What Inspired me?
As a Social Worker I wanted to improve the lives of people. Later I found out I came from the future to help humanity heal itself. Sharing love is what inspires me.
What are my aims?
The aim is to bring more peace and love into the world. We are divine beings of love and light. We have forgotten and will remember one day.
What are my plans for the future?
The mission I was given is to heal the masses. The plan is to work the mission through quantum healing and spiritual healing. Working with both hand and hand. We each have the power to activate the God from within. Namaste (the god in me recognizes the god in you)
Much love to everyone
VIA EMAIL QUESTIONS WHAT INSPIRED YOU?WHAT ARE YOUR AIMS?WHAT PLANS DO YOIU HAVE FOR THE FUTURE? TY FROM AMRK AKA
Saw this email and got excited. Ready, willing and able. Let me know when you would like to set up the interview. Have a beautiful day.
Peace and Joy
Mystic Bridget DeBose
You may be thinking dear reader what a strange title for a blog post. Well this is due to a theory of mine not sure if anyone else has done this if so i give you credit, no seems to have disappeared from the English language as most people become like sheep and rather put up with various situations in lifes drama,Shakespeare said the world is but a stage andwe are the players, think about it i have myself falen into this trap and made me gat ill,mental health problems, but decided to go back to being me and if no upsets so what .
Sunday, 21 June 2015
Cryptozoologists are a specialized branch of monster hunters. Since their ultimate goal is to discover either new species of animal or new subspecies, the science of cryptozoology is rooted in biology. The more a creature shows evidence of being supernatural, the less likely it is that cryptozoologists would be interested in it. Not many cryptozoologists investigate the strangest things like ghostly demon cats, Mothman or werewolves. Ghost hunts are left to the paranormal investigators and a few fringe cryptozoologists. On the other hand, there are very few animals, however mythical they may be, that have never stirred the interest of a cryptozoologist. This is because perfectly real animals have often been obscured by so much folklore that they seemed ridiculous.
Bernard Heuvelmans, the author of the first and most influential book of cryptozoology, On the Track of Unknown Animals, created cryptozoology as a science and separated it from other studies involving anomalies and the paranormal. Earlier writers in the field were more likely to include mythology and folkloric material, and they used the terms "exotic zoology" and "romantic zoology" to describe what they did. Today there are many organizations devoted to cryptozoology, and dozens of books, plus countless individual scientists. Despite this massive amount of interest, most cryptozoologists are underfunded and sink large amounts of their own money into their researches.
Most of the time, cryptozoologists do not work in the field. The creatures they pursue are so rare and elusive that, even if they do exist, any particular expedition is unlikely to encounter one. It is much easier to collect sightings from witnesses who came across the cryptid by accident. Since most cryptids have remained in the realm of the mythical, the main job of cryptozoologists is not to prove that a certain cryptid exists, but rather to collect and analyze as many sightings as possible in order to determine if the available evidence is strong enough to keep the question open.
If they can make a good case for keeping the question open, they may be able to attract zoologists to the problem, which in turn brings the kind of research funding and manpower that has a real chance of uncovering an undiscovered animal. Alas, as soon as an animal becomes truly respectable, it exits the field of cryptozoology. The real science begins when a cryptid is being more seriously investigated by biologists than by cryptozoologists. Because cryptozoology is by definition a speculative science, cryptozoologists often rub shoulders with folklorists, Forteans, paranormal investigators and creationists, whether they want to or not. This zoo is roughly divided into three sections. Most cryptozoological beings can be classified as humanoids (something like a human), draconic (it reminds you of a dragon) and animals (everything else). Inside these broad classifications you will find many individual creatures. Each creature has a description that defines what it is and where it is seen, plus a list of resources such as books, websites and documentary films that mention the creature. Most of these resources are firmly rooted in cryptozoology, but some of them approach these creatures from a different viewpoint such as that of folklore and mythology.MY EXPERENCE STARTED WHEN I VISITED CFZ CENTRE AT MURTLE COTTAGE WOOLSERY,DEVON HOME OF MR JON DOWNES WHO AT THE TIME I WAS STARTING TO OFFER MY VOLUNTEER SERVICES I HAD A CHAT WITH HIM IN HIS GARDEN AITH RICHARD FREEMAN WHO BOTH VERY PASSIONATE ABOUT THIER SUJECTS,I HAVE HELPED OUT AT CFZ WEIRDWEEKEND WHICH IS A MIXTURE OF SERIOUS AND FUN ABOUT CRYPTOZOOLOGY SUBJECTS AND MORE.I ALSO DO A BLOG CALLED STRANGEANIMALS-http://strangeanimalsaghostman.blogspot.co.uk/-WHICH RELATES ALOT TO SUBJECT NAD I TOO HAVE DONE A BIT OF ARTWORK IE CARTOONS SOME EVEN PUBLISHED.
Title Garnet porphyroblast-bearing leucosomes in metapelites: mechanisms, phase diagrams, and an example from Broken Hill, Australia Book Title High-temperature Metamorphism and Crustal Anatexis Pages pp 105-123 Copyright 1990 DOI 10.1007/978-94-015-3929-6_5 Print ISBN 978-94-015-3931-9 Online ISBN 978-94-015-3929-6 Series Title The Mineralogical Society Series
Garnet porphyroblast-bearing leucosomes in metapelites: mechanisms, phase diagrams, and an example from Broken Hill, Australia
Saturday, 20 June 2015
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Sunday, 14 June 2015
Saturday, 13 June 2015
My name is Anne Jose and I am the manager of the Holsworthy Day Centre.
Briefly, the centre provides day care for the elderly in the Holsworthy and surrounding parishes.
We open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays and offer lunch, activities, trips, library services, entertainment, talks and demonstrations.
Details about the services we offer and how you can apply to join us are detailed on the following pages.
If you can't find the information you need on our website then please contact us.
The majority of the staff at the Day Centre are volunteers and play an invaluable part in the smooth running and success of the centre. Their vital contribution provides the backbone of commitment to the day centre clients and is highly appreciated by the clients and management of the Day Centre.Day Centre Noticeboard
Trips : Events : Holidays LINK-READ MORE -http://www.holsworthydaycentre.org.uk/index.html-I HAVE JUST STARTED TO BE A VOLUNTEER IN A SMALL WAY AT THIS CENTRE AND WAS ACCEPTED BY STAFF AND CLIENTS,UNSURE IF RIGHT TERM ,STRAIGHT AWY,THIS FRIDAY I WAS JOINING IN SING ,PLAYING TAMOBEE AND CAHT AND TEA NEXT TIME I AM GETIING MORE INVOLVED.I AM ONLY DOING A FRIDAY AFEERNOON AT THE MOMENT .
Thursday, 11 June 2015
Media captionNick Higham looks back at the life of Sir Christopher Lee, who has died at the age of 93
Despite playing an astonishing variety of roles, Sir Christopher Lee was never quite able to escape the legacy of Count Dracula.
His career spanned seven decades, and he was still appearing on screen well into his eighties, notably in Peter Jackson's blockbusting trilogy, The Lord of the Rings and Tim Burton's Dark Shadows in 2012.
His height - he was 6 ft 4 inches tall - and his deep and powerful voice meant he invariably dominated any scene in which he played. Yet it was a long hard slog through a host of bit parts before he achieved international recognition.
Sir Christopher Lee dies, aged 93In pictures: Star's film careerLive: Reaction and tributes
Christopher Frank Carandini Lee was born on 27 May 1922, in the upmarket Belgravia area of London.
Coincidentally, the year of his birth also saw the first screen appearance of the vampire in F W Murnau's silent classic, Nosferatu.
Lee's father was a Colonel in the Kings Royal Rifle Corps while his mother, Contessa Estelle Marie Carandini di Sarzano, was a noted Edwardian beauty whose image had been painted and sculpted by a number of artists.
His maternal ancestors had been given the right, by Emperor Frederick Barbarossa, to bear the arms of the Holy Roman Empire.
He spent part of his childhood in Switzerland, where his mother had taken him following the breakup of his parents' marriage, but later returned to England where he attended Wellington College in Berkshire.
In 1939, he volunteered to fight for Finland against the invading Soviet army but he saw no action and returned home to join the Royal Air Force.
Prevented from training as a pilot, due to poor eyesight, he became an intelligence officer, finishing the war as a Flight Lieutenant.
His parents believed he was too foreign looking to succeed as an actor but, thanks to some help from the then Italian Ambassador, his mother's second cousin, he signed a seven-year contract with the Rank Organisation.
Dracula made him an international star
It was to be a long road to stardom; he set out to learn his craft in a string of minor theatre appearances, small film roles and even as a singer where he was able to demonstrate his fine baritone.
He already had 50 film appearances under his belt when, in 1957, he was signed by Hammer Films, which was embarking upon a series of re-makes of classic horror yarns.
His first appearance for Hammer was as the creature in The Curse of Frankenstein opposite Peter Cushing, who was to become a lifelong friend.
The Wicker Man
He followed it up a year later with Dracula, also with Cushing, who appeared as the vampire's arch foe Abraham van Helsing.
Although he only had 13 lines, Lee dominated the film, sweeping majestically down staircases and using his height and aquiline good looks to great effect.
He brought a new dimension to Bram Stoker's creation, playing the Count as a smouldering sexual predator, biting his way through a seemingly endless parade of Hammer's well-endowed starlets.
There followed a string of Hammer roles, including the title roles in Rasputin the Mad Monk, The Mummy and as Sir Henry in Conan Doyle's gothic mystery The Hound of the Baskervilles.
He also starred in The Devil Rides Out, based on Denis Wheatley's novel of black magic, which he persuaded Hammer to make and which many critics consider to be the studio's finest moment.
Sir Christopher tried to move away from Dracula with his role as Bond villain Scaramanga
Lee was to don Dracula's cloak and fangs in six more Hammer outings but, when the producers moved the fiendish Count into a modern setting in Dracula-AD 1972, and The Satanic Rites of Dracula, Lee decided it was time to call it a day.
In 1973, he appeared as the laird of a pagan Scottish community in The Wicker Man, a low budget film that has become a cult favourite.
"It's the best performance I believe I've ever given because the part was specifically written for me by the very distinguished Anthony Schaffer."
Determined to move away from the horror genre, Lee took the role of Scaramanga in the 1974 James Bond film, The Man with the Golden Gun.
It was the second time he'd been considered to play a Bond villain. 007's creator, Ian Fleming, who was Lee's second cousin, put his name forward for the title role in the first Bond movie Dr No, but the producers had already selected Joseph Wiseman for the part.
The actor starred with Diana Dors and Peter Cushing in Nothing But The Night
In the mid-70's, Lee's workload was so heavy that he had to turn down a number of lucrative roles including that of Dr Loomis in the Halloween series, something that he always regretted.
He also had to refuse the part of the specialist in Ken Russell's film, Tommy, a role that eventually went to Jack Nicholson.
A measure of his popularity across the Atlantic came when he hosted Saturday Night Live, watched by 35 million Americans.
And he proved he was no slouch when it came to comedy, notably in the improbable role of a gay Hell's Angel in the film Serial.
In 2000, he was seen as the loyal yet verbally challenged manservant, Flay, in BBC Television's lavish production of Mervyn Peake's Gormenghast.
He returned to the big screen with a vengeance the following year, portraying Saruman, the evil wizard, in the first of Peter Jackson's epic production of Lord of the Rings trilogy.
He had always been a great fan of JRR Tolkien's classic novel, which he claimed to have re-read every year, and he once admitted he had harboured a desire for decades to play the part of Gandalf.
The role of Saruman brought him to the attention of a new generation
But he had to accept that, by the time the film was made, he was too old for the sword-fighting and riding which went with the part, which went to Sir Ian McKellen.
It emerged during filming that Lee was the only member of the cast who had actually met Tolkien, having bumped into him, years earlier, in an Oxford pub.
Things, however, did not go smoothly. Peter Jackson cut Saruman's scenes from the final version of the third film, The Return of the King, much to the annoyance of Lee and a large number of die-hard Tolkien fans.
"I really still don't know why," he once said. "I had a seven-minute sequence at the beginning of the third film, which was the final confrontation between Saruman and the members of the Fellowship. It's almost word-for-word Tolkien and the entire sequence was cut."
Nevertheless his performance brought him to a whole new audience whose parents had barely been born when Lee was finding fame with Hammer in the 1950s.
He further broadened his fan base with his appearance as Count Dooku in Star Wars II: Attack of the Clones and the follow-up Revenge of the Sith.
However, in an interview in 2004, he cited a little known art-house film, Jinnah, as his most important work.
"The most important film I made, in terms of its subject and the great responsibility I had as an actor, was a film I did about the founder of Pakistan, called Jinnah," said Sir Christopher.
"It had the best reviews I've ever had in my entire career - as a film and as a performance. But ultimately it was never shown at the cinemas," he said, claiming the subject matter made studios "a bit cautious".
Sir Christopher's Bafta Fellowship was presented by Tim Burton
In 2009, much to the delight of his legion of fans, his career was rewarded with a knighthood in the Queen's birthday honours and, in 2011, he was awarded a Bafta Fellowship, presented by a great admirer, the director, Tim Burton.
His acceptance speech showed that, even at 88, he had not lost his touch. "I'm grateful," he told the audience at the Bafta awards, "that I am not following in the footsteps of the great Stanley Kubrick, whose award was posthumous."
Despite the wide variety of films he made Lee never really managed to shake off the shadow of Count Dracula and always expressed his irritation when interviewers or fans tried to define his career using that one role.
"People sometimes come up to me," he once said, "and they say, 'I've seen all your films, Mr Lee,' and I say, 'Oh no you haven't'."
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Sunday, 7 June 2015
Saturday, 6 June 2015
Well last friday i turned up for my first lesson at gesar karate at holsworthy. I was apart from the sensi the oldest person their which made me feel a bit of a grandad. Also i had to remember for next lesson to remove my earrings. The frist month is free and i need at one point to get a licence to practise so another journey begins to learn a martial art, hard work ,fun and as a go on i hope to improve. Second lesson, no earrings and learned a bit more and as i watched the bit at end of lesson ,sorry sensi forgot what called i know what to expect i think at frist will find hard but life is a challenge to embrace.
Wednesday, 3 June 2015
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