Monthly Archives: July 2012

RHODESIA: IN PURSUIT OF LOVE.

Having decided that I would leave the South African Navy when I had saved sufficient money to do so, my father reminded me, having just turned nineteen, that he would not allow it unless I had another clear career path … Continue reading

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CRIMINAL TENDENCIES. Sorry, Martians.

Tempting as it is to sweep one’s shamefulnesses under the carpet, no reminiscent soul-baring would be honest without some shame. While in the Navy, just after basic training, I had to go back to Pretoria to re-write matric maths, which … Continue reading

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