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1. THIS DAY IN WW2 (21st September 1942)
In the Mediterranean… British submarine HMS Unruffled sinks Italian auxiliary minesweeper Aquila and Vichy French merchant vessel Liberia.
In the Atlantic… U-175 sinks Yugoslavian SS Predsednik Kopajtic (3 dead, 25 survivors).
In the Arctic Ocean… U-606 approaches convoy QP-14 but is attacked by a Norwegian Catalina floatplane. U-606 shoots down the aircraft with its deck gun (all 8 crew including 2 wounded are rescued).
In the Baltic… Training U-boat U-446 sinks on a mine.
In Papua New Guinea… The Japanese begin to retreat from Ioribaiwa, out of supplies and diseased with malaria and dysentery. Resupply is not possible due to Allied control of the air and all available fresh troops are being diverted to Guadalcanal. Meanwhile, the Australians at Port Moresby receive reinforcements.
In the Pacific… US submarine USS Trout sinks Japanese auxiliary net layer Koei Maru, and USS Grouper sinks Japanese merchant Tone Maru.
2. TODAY IN MY LIFE
Some me time and ironing before shift 1 of the Weekend Job. Missus time in the evening.
Twitter Followers = 1,553 (up 1)
Nonfollowed eliminated = 1
Unfollowers eliminated = 0
3. TODAY’S SELF-OBSERVATION
I was mightily relieved and mojo was restored after everything “worked” at my afternoon “appointment” with missus yesterday. However I must accept now before it happens again that medication is not a “magic bullet” and they may well be future “failures to launch”. I will be better prepared to accept this from now on. In any case, the opportunities for “encounters” will now rapidly reduce as missus “phased return” to work is complete, and in a deal struck between missus and son, there will be no encounters while he is in the house except Thursday evening. Because the body works on a “use it or lose it” basis, I will keep the machinery “ticking over” between encounters, and in any case an orgasm a day is very good for you.
4. TODAY’S QUESTION FOR YOU
Are there losses you’ve yet to accept?
5. TODAY’S WEATHER IN BRADFORD
Wet start. Rain will clear mid-morning then cloud will gradually thin out.
Dry and clear overnight.
Wind will be consistently moderate and north-westerly.
Max Temp: 10 degC
Min Temp 7 degC
Jetstream: Directly over Britain and westerly
6. TODAY’S ONELINER
I have no problem with you speaking your mind… as long as you can do it with your mouth closed. : D
7. THE BEST OF MOCK THE WEEK
Unlikely Things To Hear On Crimewatch
The most played song on American radio during the twentieth century was You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling. The song in all versions and covers is the only one in history to be played over 8 million times. That amounts to about 45 years if the song was played continuously! Three songs were played 7 million times: Never My Love, Yesterday, and Stand By Me (in order of plays). On UK radio, the most played song is A Whiter Shade of Pale, followed by Bohemian Rhapsody, All I Have To Do Is Dream and Love Is All Around.
9. THE WISDOM I’VE LEARNED FROM OTHERS
Self-worth comes from one thing: thinking that you are worthy – DR. WAYNE DYER