My Somerset Life

Brian Snellgrove

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Withdrawal symptoms

We returned on Monday and arrived back lunchtime after a comparatively short 2 hour 10 minute direct drive from Plymouth to Midsomer Norton. I'm not writing this Thursday evening and I have to say that unusually I...

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A day to re-constitute my mind

Agorism is a social philosophy that advocates creating a society in which all relations between people are voluntary exchanges by means of counter-economics, engaging with aspects of nonviolent revolution. I know it's...

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A trip to the Moors (nearly)

We went to my friend Steve's place and from then we went to Yelverton which is at the foot of Exmoor. On the site of an old air strip we found the rocks, above, which attract children like a magnet. It was cold and...

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Off to Plymouth – in the rain

Weather forecast in such a small land mass is a very difficult task evening with super computers so although the weather for the weekend was showing to be good we had to endure a couple of hours of rain storms on the...

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Do I pay or do I not?

I recently asked a member of my ZOOM group if they knew someone who could help me with social media publicity for my sites. I duly made contact with them and we engaged in a correspondence about who would do what and...

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The Kingdom of Fire

  There is something about fire, any fire except when life is in danger, that intrigues and fascinates me.  Yesterday was the great fire of our allotments.  I am  having trouble finding software that will allow me to...

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Gaining friends, losing friends

Being involved in anything controversial will mean an inner paradigm shift. This means that those who have been comfortable listening to you and being with you previously will now change their view. Says a...

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Too much, too much to do

Today, I been aware of all the things that I would love to do in just don't have time for stop this afternoon, a book arrived called power versus force which is to do with energy. It is so fascinating I'm through the...

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Imperial College writing to me?

It has been some time since I wrote my last diary. A lot has been going on. However, If I were to write everything that went on in my head I would quickly reach 1,000,000 words and probably bore everybody to death....

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June 2024