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  1. His announcement that he predicted a pandemic also fails to stand up to scrutiny:
  2. "I call it the super duper missile". My 2-year-old grandson can used more advanced language than that to talk about his toy spaceship.
  3. I watched Alias Grace recently. It's based around the true story of Grace Marks, a servant, who may or may not (no Googling if you don't want spoilers) with another servant, have been involved in the murder of her employer & the housekeeper where she worked in the mid-1800s. The story is built around interviews with a psychiatrist (that bit is made up I think) but I enjoyed it a lot.
  4. If you don't mind paying, you could try here: https://www.enfa.co.uk/ The first of those clubs may have been removed though to avoid embarassment. Sorry: edited as I remembered that's mainly English. I don't know if they have a Scottish equivalent.
  5. I wouldn't. I don't think my wife reads the board, but you can't be too careful.
  6. I've got a copy downloaded - just trying to finish a couple of other books I've got on the go then I'll make a start on it, but it definitely looks up my street. I have a mate (mate of my lad's strictly speaking) who wrote a book (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Where-Are-They-Now-Huddersfield/dp/1912027607) - I think it's a paper version only & obviously a bit of a limited audience, but he was pretty relentless marketing it on all sorts of social media platforms. I'm not really much of a salesperson to be honest, but I guess key is fathoming out who might want to read it & where you'd find them. Is there any sort of trade union, ex-workers group or maybe Facebook page for people who worked there?
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