Tag: travel

Modernizing the Hitler Youth

August 7th, 2016, No Comments

http://www.timesofisrael.com/belgian-jewish-student-gassed-with-deodorant-by-classmates-in-showers/ This blog has a long history of detailing incidents of chemical poisoning by both accident and intent. Following the Environmental Protection Agency’s request that I litigate my own chemical injuries due to negligence, my medical and legal files showed ongoing harassment resulting from that action. A settlement offer was never made and my lawyer […]

Shown the Gate at Gatwick

July 14th, 2015, No Comments

The late humorist Alan King published many a tale lamenting the problems of travelers parted from their possessions. The dearly departed luggage was often better travelled than the owner by the time a suitcase reappeared from orbiting the earth. In my own situation, my trusty hard case met with an accident that should rightfully be […]

The Value of Intellectual Property

October 27th, 2012, No Comments

This is a most bizarre posting but something very mysterious is happening to me. I’m in the process of writing a book but can’t quite get more than the initial 2 ½ chapters written. “Why?”, you may ask? Glad you did. The early chapters and outline keep getting stolen. Initial material was written along with […]

A Sluice of Life

October 5th, 2012, No Comments

I’m still in the Netherlands trying to account for further missing items from my fast diminishing store of belongings. Europe and the U.S. are certainly crime ridden when travellers can’t hold onto communication devices or other media. Thus far, I’ve lost laptops, a word processor, cell-phones, headphones, MP-3 players/voice recorders and documents of various kinds. […]


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