Very best of luck!! C word is very common these days. But, i believe not unbeatable,, my father, my mother inlaw and uncle inlaw are fighting it. If you ever wanna see the west of ireland let me know, i ll be happy to do whatever I can.
Torquay, you are a gent! Sitrep for you and my blog friends: 3 months since the surgeon took everything away, but still like girls and in love with my wife, my fortress. Am stronger by the day and planning a July visit to Dublin. For the technically minded, I pee thru a catheter several times a day via a 'stoma' or hole created in my upper abdomen. I have a bladder created from a good chunk of my upper colon. No-one would guess, except maybe the security guys at the airport who see what I travel with in my carry-on. I can swim etc etc, all very hygienic. Best of all: cancer gone and great expectations going forward. I'm back to old practices e.g., sold some Tullow a few days ago for 100% return, stashed away for our Westbury bill next July. I had some ups and downs along the way, like the drain from my tum for 30 days to remove fluid into a temporary leg bag. But now, got up for early Mass today, look forward to meals and best of all , enjoying my friends, like you and Radar and fellow bloggers who hoped for me!
To our Mr Mac for his very valuable research and comment - it appears that political sentiment is changing with the election of Donald Trump. The mood seems now to forsake the "Cooly" economies of China and the far east in favour of job creation at home, which of course will benefit employment and reduce the need to create jobs in the financially unproductive service sector. The only people who make any money are the ones that own the phone banks etc. but they never seem to produce anything that is really worthwhile or offers interesting career prospects.
Over the last while there have been items which have been presented on television to do with manufacturing, only yesterday a company was featured in Matlock, Derbyshire which is becoming increasingly busy and now has to address skill shortages which are overcome by employing what are described as migrants.
If it is now going to become government policy to encourage manufacturing again - what have they been doing for the last eight years to prepare for this change.
If this country is going ahead with Brexit, then I would expect a more constructive approach to the creation of employment and most of all the capital being available to support it over a lengthy period. The old chestnuts like Y T S schemes will not do it, because they were not sustained for long enough for the people on the schemes to become useful employees before the funding was withdrawn.
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