Author Archives: sabremeister

Who’s the real traitor?

Yesterday, I was playing Star Trek Online. Despite it being based on a TV show structured around a socialist utopia, there are a large number of right-wing trolls who play it. Someone made a comment involving the words “treasonous remoaners” … Continue reading

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Birthday

I have a significant birthday coming up in two months. If you feel the need to buy me a present, buy via the following link and support Alzheimers Research UK http://amzn.eu/2LvTV7I

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Mort at SLT

Producing, directing and appearing in this “Mort” by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Briggs, part of PTerry’s Theatre Month 2018. Skipton Little Theatre, 7.30pm Tues 17th – Sat 21st Apr 2018. Tickets £10. Book on 0752 714 1176 or skipton.little.theatre@gmail.com or … Continue reading

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HS&S:WT EBooks!

A whole series of NaNoWriMo novels, now available as EBooks! Book I – Please Kill the Neighbours Most nuisance neighbours can be dealt with by a court order. When your neighbour is a country ruled by an evil wizard, we … Continue reading

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HSAS:WT 2018

Good news! I have re-worked the ebooks (again) so that iBooks and Kindle won’t throw a wobbler and refuse to accept them. Bad news: It’s the Christmas holidays, so they are still being assessed by the QA teams. All my … Continue reading

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Some of my previous posts about politics, particularly relating to the EU Referendum and its’ result1 may have been a bit ranty. This isn’t. 1 Actually, I don’t think I managed more than one, in case the rage-stress of the … Continue reading

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The Invisible Backpack of Able-Bodied Privilege Checklist

Originally posted on Melissa Graham:
There are a couple of these already online, but they are written by able-bodied people, and seem to miss some major points of privilege.  I decided to write my own. 1. I can, if I…

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