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the trail

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Check out my new ascent video.  And if you’re feeling kind, please comment and rate it on youtube. Oh yeah, and share it with friends.

breakthrough breast cancer

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My fellow poets and I have created a group called the Walking Wordsmiths.  We are participating in the Aviva Walk London to Breakthrough Breast Cancer. On 8 September 2007 thousands of women and men will gather together for one challenge, to walk 44km through the streets of London, with the... Read More

who is this guy?

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I was trolling through some old memories this morning.  All of sudden, I couldn’t remember who I was; or who I am. Will the real Clay Lowe please stand up? I was born Clayton Lamont Lowe.  But from the very beginning, Clayton didn’t exist.  My family called me Lamont.  Then... Read More

the rock re-visited

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  I thought I would have a greater sense of nostalgia upon my return to the Rock, instead I was greeted with ambivalence and massive piles of rubble.  March is the month of Founder’s Day in which West Point grads celebrate the founding of the United States Military Academy.  The... Read More

dead bird

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I hit a bird yesterday, or rather a bird hit me. I was travelling back up the M5, going 90mph, when I heard this awfully loud crack. At first I thought a rock had hit the windscreen, but then out of my rearview mirror, I saw feathers floating in the... Read More

yum yum

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If you’re one of them militant vegitarians, this video might help to strengthen your cause.  I haven’t tried the experiment myself, but as soon as I have the opportunity to slap some pork in a dish, I’ll give it a try.  But as you can already see, I do enjoy... Read More

smart girls do like sex

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According my friend Becky, smart girls like sex. Gee, I’m glad to hear that because I was beginning to wonder as there’s seems to be more literature than I care to count lauding the single woman crisis.  Crying about how the modern woman can’t find a good man. It seems... Read More

yoruba legends

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  This past week or so I have a huge demand on my intellectual reserves so there hasn’t been much time left over for blogging.  But no worries, I shall endeavour to persevere.  I’ve been doing some research on African legends.  I thought I’d share a few of the stories... Read More