Stories and anecdotes from part of my life in 2 British police forces, years in saddles of motorcycles - and other places I've blundered into ©
This was brilliant.. they were extremely good and probably took hours if not days of practice.
Incredible to think they are deaf/mute from the Chinese Disabled Peoples Performing Arts School. Their cues for synchronising to the music came from signals from trainers front and side of stage. Remarkable.
Thats incredibly beautiful. Stunning!Sums up the Chinese work ethic very nicely too.Your 'growly neighbor' side has its own, more practical, appeal as well, though ;->I can finally see the text from that post, I wonder if it was hidden by Blogger to protect my delicate sensibilities? Nah, that can't be it.
That is very impressive, even more so if they are deaf. Call me a Philistine, but it's not really my cup of tea, though...
PG: I needed to chill or kill - I chose chill.Blue: Me neither. I ride a Harley Davidson and a BMW 1150 GS, (but I do eat quiche)
Yes, you can almost smell the machismo oozing from this blog!I told off some youngsters for smoking dope in my stairwell last night, how does that rate on the manometer?
Blue: Wear your vest for gawd's sake!
My Fat Face fleece pullover would have protected me from any wrong-going.Lads: alright, budMe: I think you should be doing that somewhere elseLads: yeah [begin to shuffle off]Me: [carries on walking up the stairs]Lads: but it's coldMe: Other people want to use the stairs, I don't think what you are doing is fair on themLads: yeah, spose so [and shuffle off]Tune in next week for a repeat!
wow very good dance. need months to practicedisable car alarm
Blue: Its always the simple jobs that go bent.Zero: Greetings and thanks for looking in. The link was handy and i may print off a hard copy and pop it through his window (without necessarily opening it beforehand) ;)
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