The Facebook Gestapo has locked me out once again, this time for sharing a joke on good old Hitler….. totally irrelevant for their ‘community standards’, whatever those may entail. Totally random too of course, I am just on their blacklist, like some of my friends, for not just posting pink colored, rosy yahoo nonsense. Or maybe they are cross with me for not joining the Trump hating fanatics out there (who ARE allowed to post the most astonishing hate messages you’ll ever see).
Whatever….. I am busy as it is, working on my web sites, researching WW2, reading and reviewing, working on my new floor in the old hayshed, and building scale models.
The only things I truly muss are my daily walks with Bruno, our occasional shopping trips, my shooting club and riding the BMW. Oh, and did I mention Gelato!!??
So Mr. Zuckerberg can play with his minions for all I care. But should he ever turn up here, I’ll take good old Monty Pytons advice and insert a large garden gnome in his behind.
At last, after almost 5 years after my first steps into building me a real home cockpit, I am back at it again. So many things happened…. rebuilt our ground floor after the fire, closed my FSAddon company and many
A helpful guidebook for groups and individuals By Gareth Hughes I have read many books on the operations in Normandy, and many guides for visitors too….. So reading yet another one seemed a bit of a waste of time. But
I have been working on and off to get the shop part of my blog working. I am using WooCommerce now that ‘ Shopify’ is just too much for the remaining few products. But as always with these modular things,
Railways in the Second World War By Michael Foley I am not a railwayman by any measure, although my brother and I built an extensive model railway back in the day. But what caught my curiosity was the cover of