Miners hymn played by Grimmy. It’ll temporarily unman anyone with an affinity to: the mining community, socialism, the history of the Labour party and the working class fight against the rapacious capitalists.
At about 2am, in the morning on Saturday 22nd September 1934, an explosion occurred in the Dennis Section of Gresford Colliery, just outside Wrexham, in Denbighshire, Wales. It was at the time when many of the men might have been taking their break in the middle of the shift that had started the night before, on Friday 21st September at 10-00pm. Some 800 children lost their fathers and more than 200 women lost their husbands and sweethearts. Read on…………
the roads and shafts burnt and collapsed, forever entombing the bodies of 256 men and boys …. “don’t send your sweethearts down a dark, dreary mine … they’ll be lost like the souls in hell”.
Mek n’wunder no one naws what a’ on a’bout.
I discovered this yesterday and now I’m hooked. Good clean family fun. I count four generations having a foot stomping good time; where could you find that now-a-days?
Today 55 million English vote to get rid of scotchland…….
Kit reveals for women’s cycling competitions in Italy are not usually highly-watched affairs — but a Colombian team this weekend managed to cause excitement …………….
They’ll catch their bloody death of cold if they try th’tour de Yorkshire dressed like that.
Go on Dickie have a good cry lad, you’ve earned it.
Independence for Yorkshire, Dickie for president, long live the Republic.
When Lee Goldsmith drives by one of the many fake cellphone towers being discovered throughout the U.S., his $3,500 CryptoPhone 500 will immediately display
Testing. testing. Can you hear me Mother.
Dud alkaline batteries bounce, good ones don’t. You make your own mind up.
*Lost for words*
I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll be wasting my time. But does the concrete printer stop for a tea break and show the crack of it’s arse when it bends down?
Good God; I thought that was a British manifesto. One hand running the world?
Last fall, we let you know that Caltech and The Feynman Lectures Website joined forces to create an online edition of The Feynman Lectures on Physics. They started with Volume 1. And now they’ve followed up with Volume 2 and Volume 3, making the collection complete.
At last a real use for th’internet. Tuva or bust.