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Well, I tried a picture of my namesake, A 60, then my fizzog with the beautiful Rio Arade in the backdrop, both in our 60's but the Cambridge is in far better condition! Been around the globe and back, never been indoctrinated, wonderful parenting, some people are lucky in that respect. Still in awe of science and learning, don't suffer fools or expect to be suffered by others! I'm very happily married to my third wife of 16 yrs and have lived in Algarve Portugal for nearly 22 years. I have more friends here than I could ever have imagined being in the UK.The Portugues people are warm, extremely funny and if you are lucky enough to be considered family, the finest family one could ask for!

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Two scrap metal merchants at the gates of heaven, St.Peter looks at them and says, hold on a minute,...
Austin-Cambridge comments on May 20, 2019:
Groan?
Typical, looks like everyones forgotten they joined this group!
Austin-Cambridge comments on May 20, 2019:
Just waking up from your naps then! Welcome back codgers, ho,ho,who?
Deutsche Bank employees reported suspicious activity from Trump and Kushner, New York Times reports...
Austin-Cambridge comments on May 20, 2019:
Tip of the iceberg mate (see my crap joke) and it's multinational too, (see my comment on Critical Thinking) Movers and shakers couldn't give a damn for the media, the planet and any other creature that inhabits it!
How Sweet It Is (to be loved by you). - James Taylor. Love the original by Marvin Gaye, but love ...
Austin-Cambridge comments on May 20, 2019:
Wonderful, I love the bouncy rhythm behind this version.
An oldie but a goodie!
Austin-Cambridge comments on May 20, 2019:
I did a bit of plumbing as a young man, 17 pounds sterling a week, wish I had one of those T shirts then!!
US pastor runs network giving 50,000 Ugandans bleach-based 'miracle cure' | World news | The ...
Austin-Cambridge comments on May 19, 2019:
Good quality newspaper, thanks for bringing this hideous story to the wider world!
Greatest case for atheism ever made....
Austin-Cambridge comments on May 19, 2019:
Nah! God loves America and Americans, Donald's always saying, "God bless America" anyway, Putin is no God!
I was giving some thought to ‘free will’ and one conclusion was that whatever amount we imagine ...
Austin-Cambridge comments on May 19, 2019:
I suggest that free will is limited in almost every respect in the modern world. The manipulation that citizens all around the planet are subject to is very real. "Multinationals" is quite a modern word to describe the faceless controllers of everything from who smokes what brand of cigarette to what detergent the responsible uses for clothes etc. More importantly, they control our votes by spending their billions on puppet candidates who inevitably win these staged contests, where is the free will in several candidates where the outcome is the very same. I have exercised my free will by not voting these past 40 years or so and am happy that I cannot be blamed for the "indifferent to the peoples wishes" and non representative politicians who plague the political process globally.
Great museum to go see🤣😂😅
Austin-Cambridge comments on May 19, 2019:
The kings new clothes could be an exhibit in there, you would never know!
Most old folk are like this at some stage, eventually it’s every day, usually at night when you ...
Austin-Cambridge comments on May 19, 2019:
Bears a remarkable resemblance to me off my meds!
I write this with a sadness I am unable fully explain with words. My Noble friend of 14 years is ...
Austin-Cambridge comments on May 16, 2019:
Only a special kind of person could write with such emotion about a special friend of another species having passed. You have brought back special memories for me and I salute you sir.
Hey guys! I posted a few weeks ago about my process of leaving religion and I know deep down that ...
Austin-Cambridge comments on May 15, 2019:
I was very blessed as a child, my parents kept their beliefs largely to themselves in the religious sense, not that they were non believers though! I grew up in an environment of free thinking with choices of my choosing and have never adhered to or been indoctrinated into any direction spiritually. This, dear reader, was a very "critical thinking" place to have evolved and has put me at an advantage over those who's minds were closed at such a tender age. The process of cleansing oneself of learning by rote the thoughts and beliefs of others is painfully clear in your entreaty for the support of your peers and fellow free thinkers. I wish you strength in your seeking freedom and hope you find that we who believe in ourselves, in truth, in justice and the innate goodness of our fellow man, need no other master.
What was your most enjoyable dream? What was your worst Nightmare? Can you go back and continue a ...
Austin-Cambridge comments on May 15, 2019:
My most enjoyable dream had a bit of a strange start, I was free rock climbing (no ropes, pitons etc.) in the mountains of north Wales high on a sheer vertical cliff, I fell and was plunging at some rate toward a violent death when.... I tried using my hands like ailerons, It worked and after getting the hang of it, had the most incredible soaring and flying dream with a safe landing! Unfortunately never to be repeated. My worst and at one time recurring nightmare was finding myself at the wheel of a double decker bus, upstairs!! No sight of what was in front of me or the streets I was attempting to navigate, swaying and pitching, utter terror. Yes, I hear you say, that's one of those lack of confidence dreams, absolutely.