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Simon Mark Smith’s Autobiography Chapter 31

Simon Mark Smith’s Autobiography Chapter 31

To See Other Chapters Click Here Chapter 31 First Love       First Love       It’s hard to know which relationship I should consider to be my first love. Was it Jackie, when I was 7, or Sue when I was 10, or Jules when I was 16, or should I only…

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Simon Mark Smith’s Autobiography Chapter 30

Simon Mark Smith’s Autobiography Chapter 30

To See Other Chapters Click Here Chapter 30     2020 June “Those days are gone forever” I was driving home today. The sun was bright and hot. I could feel it hard on my arm and face. My phone was set to random and started playing Don Henley’s “The Boys of Summer”. He sang…

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Simon Mark Smith’s Autobiography Chapter 29

To See Other Chapters Click Here Forward to Chapter 29   The Miracle in Our Eyes Today, the 23rd May, 2020, is the 3-year anniversary of my surgery for a burst appendix and subsequent sepsis. During my recovery, I became very aware of how little time might be left, and what I wanted to do…

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How to remember the Renraku in the IKF UK Kyokushinkai Syllabus

How to remember the Renraku in the IKF UK Kyokushinkai Syllabus

How to remember the Renraku in the IKF UK Kyokushinkai Syllabus 2020 Before reading this please either add me on Spotify and/or like My Facebook Page, or have a listen to some of my music using the player on the right. Renraku is a common Japanese word that means “contact”, “communication”, “correspondence”, or “connection”. Just…

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Indie Rock Cafe Review of Dangerous Things

Indie Rock Cafe Review of Dangerous Things

The Stunning Automation of ‘Dangerous Things’ from Simon M. Smith  APRIL 9, 2020 AUGUST W. ZANDER The original article can be found at: https://indierockcafe.com/2020/04/album-review-the-stunning-automation-of-dangerous-things-from-simon-m-smith/ The future of music may already be here. That is – the automation of music. With the backlash lately against automation, algorithms and artificial intelligence, it would be understandable if music enthusiasts…

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How to remember the Kyokushinkai Karate Syllabus (2020)

How to remember the Kyokushinkai Karate Syllabus (2020)

How to remember the Kyokushinkai Karate Syllabus . . Are you a Kyokushin Karate practitioner? Are you struggling to remember which techniques go with which grade? This article aims to provide a few methods that might help you. Even if the syllabus has changed since writing this, or maybe your own branch of Kyokushinkai uses…

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The Things We Said Song by Simon Mark Smith 2020

The Things We Said Song by Simon Mark Smith 2020

The Things We Said You can watch the video just below Or listen on spotify by using this link: https://open.spotify.com/album/6gVLLW55CcEc9uJSrT2WZI About the song I belong to an arts club in London called The Chelsea Arts Club, and about 8 years ago I gave a couple I’d been chatting with there a lift home, and in…

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Mike Madden Interviews Simon Mark Smith for Expat Radio

Mike Madden Interviews Simon Mark Smith for Expat Radio

Mike Madden Interviews Simon Mark Smith for Expat Radio Hear the unabridged version with full length songs at https://www.mixcloud.com/AlexanderWor… or http://www.expatradio.uk/listen-again/ For further info about Alexander Wordsmith please go to http://michael-madden.co.uk/.  Otherwise to hear the abridged version where the songs are cut short  please click on the video below.

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Simon Mark Smith’s Autobiography Chapter 28

Simon Mark Smith’s Autobiography Chapter 28

Chapter 28 To see other chapters click here Filling the Void 2019 This page was blank a moment before I wrote on it, and before it was a blank page there was an empty space which it came to fill. In time, it will disappear, and there will be a space where it had been,…

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