stevetheblogger

stevetheblogger
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Stevetheblogger Is a full time freelance writer Originally from the UK he now lives in Quebec City, Canada with his French Canadian Wife. stevetheblogger is also for hire
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Today the 19th August 2012 marks the 70th anniversary of the Dieppe Raid. This disastrous raid was a Second World War Allied attack on the German-occupied port of Dieppe. The raid took place on the northern coast of France on 19 August 1942. The assault began at 5:00 a.m. and by 10:50...
For nearly 75 years Pudsey In Yorkshire England has been the center of Treacle Mining in the United Kingdom. Today though the town mourns its past, dwindling supplies of there famous golden syrup has led to the closure of the Pudsey mine, the only surviving treacle mine in England.
London 13th June 1944, the Bombing of London (the Blitz) was over (at a cost of over 40 million homes destroyed and 40,000 civilian deaths) and London was feeling some respite knowing that the invasion of Europe (D-Day) had already taken place and Hitters Nazi Germany was on the back ...
As far as I was concerned I sincerely believed that since the actions by the Civil rights movement and the passing of the “Civil Rights Act of 1964“ which made it illegal to segregate in a persons place of work, School,Church or home, plus banning the practice of discrimination w...
Join me as we go on one of the most tantalizing Journeys on earth. From the birth of a sperm, to the moment of conception. This is the 1st in a series of six articles taking you by using pictures and videos of one of creations most wonderful tales of survival. I was amazed when I firs...
World War II had just ended and Britain one of the so called victors was on her knees both financially and morally. Britain at this time was still suffering under strict rationing regulations and men returning from the war front could not find work or in some cases even a house to li...
While going through an old wooden box of my Fathers I was amazed to find an old wartime food ration book and various government correspondence, these were issued to all households in England, during World War II. I had never seen these before but they caught my attention and left me a...
In this article I would like to help and save someone’s life. This is the story of one person my wife. My wife would survive this attack but she was lucky she missed the signs as did I. She was a healthy 45 years of age and was not overweight, did not smoke and loved to walk. If thi...
The Human Mind, what is it and how does it work? All of us have been through it our mouth opens and out comes a string of words that just one second ago we had never thought of. How does the brain, or the mind do this? How does the body remember and how does the body sense what is hap...
Come with me as we visit the lowest and saltiest place on earth, “The Dead sea” a body of water so salty it is also called “The Sea of Death”.
The Pink Nosed Hippopotamus, or the pink nosed hippo, comes from the ancient Greek for "river horse". The Pink Nosed Hippopotamus lives in sub-Saharan Africa and unlike the lesser spotted nosed Hippopotamus who loves to wallow in mud and water, the pink nosed Hippopotamus prefers more...
The person credited with developing the first ever automatic teller machine is a gentleman named Luther George Simjian. Although this machine did not dispense cash, you were able to deposit envelopes containing bank notes and coins.
Since leaving my home city of Gloucester England and moving with my French Canadian wife to Quebec City Canada I have more a less adopted Quebec City as my second home. Come with me as we walk through the streets of the “Ville de Quebec”
This is my third article in a series of four articles looking at places on earth, that owe there existence to volcanic activity. This article as the title indicates is about Easter Island.
Back in 2009 I used to write for Associated Content today I received an email from Yahoo informing me that they had been hacked and all my personal data had been released along with 450,000 other Associated Content freelance writers.
Before I start let me make it clear,I am a smoker and this is not a down on any of my fellow smokers. All the information you will find in this article I have gleaned from the back of a packet of “Pall Mall” cigarettes. All I have done is to use a calculator to gather what amount ...
Santorini is an island in the southern Aegean Sea, about 200 km southeast from mainland Greece. The Island is really all that remains following an enormous volcanic explosion that destroyed the earliest settlements, on what was an enormous Island, just off the Greek coast.
Back in 2005 my Wife and myself were living in Gloucester England the City of my birth. Because of health reasons and to be closer to our daughter and the Grand Children we decided to move to Quebec, Canada, the birthplace of my wife. The City of Quebec is truly wonderful and to be cl...
The Yellowstone Super-volcano or by its scientific name the Yellowstone Caldera is located in the Yellowstone National Park. The exact caldera location is acutely located in the northwest corner of the park in Wyoming, and this is where the vast majority of the park is contained. The ...
Is there a way for you to go online, without using, or being seen by Google? This is the question a Tom Henderson of Bloomington, Indiana asked himself after Google decided to update its privacy policy for all its products including “YouTube, Blogger and Gmail”
While living in England a few years ago a group of us got together to raise money for Cancer research. We decided each year we would complete a walk based on a different theme. All of these walks would be carried out dressed in medieval attire and follow the original routes as laid do...
In the last century this piece of advice was given by an old philosopher who while traveling the world shouted the following. “Give a man a pint of beer and he will drink it. But teach a man to brew, and he will rule the world.”
Dementia or Alzheimer's decease has in recent times increased dramatically and it would appear that governments around the world are totally unprepared for it. It has been estimated that the number of people in the world living with dementia is expected to double by the year 2030.
Allergies in our Children are on the increase! Scientist have proven and reported that a clean house is not a healthy house.
This truly artistic beverage was first brewed in 1759 in James Gate Dublin Ireland and is a must visit for anyone visiting Ireland.
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