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Tap Tap Tapping

Adan Abokor tapped out the book, Anna Karenina, using his finger and wrist to keep his neighbouring cell mates sane. After 7 months in solitary confinement Adan realised he could communicate with his fellow prisoners who were also in solitary confine...
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A Bit Of A Let Down

As he was driving along a deserted country lane his car got a puncture. Easily sorted he thought; until he couldn’t find the jack. The evening sun was just setting and it was getting dark as he started to look for a farm where hopefully he could borr...
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Keep winding the clock

Many look to 2017 with excitement at plans made, anticipation of promises given, relishing the challenges ahead, while others may not have reason to be so upbeat or positive. Mr Nadeau wrote to E.B. White, the famous author and contributor to the New...
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Taking the long view

Sharing his December 'Workplace Word', our East of Scotland Regional Organiser Chic Lidstone here suggests we take another look when we first perceive a problem: In the film Patch Adams (starring the late Robin Williams) there is a scene when so...
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Load shedding

In his Workplace Word, this month, East of Scotland Regional Organiser Chic Lidstone asks, 'Have you ever felt like this?' On holiday I saw a basket in a kitchen cupboard of the house we were staying in which read: “Load Shedding Kit”. I had no idea ...
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