Month: November 2009

  • Little Known Facts In British History (Prt. II)

    One of most interesting developments in the Human condition occurred in the small-backwater-town of Enfield, England, just 16.3km from Charing Cross, 18.8km from the London Stone and in case you are an abradant cockney, 18.9km from St. Mary-le-Bow, you dandy city-folk. In 1810, at age 40, philosopher but mostly part-time cat farmer Meil Sans Bishopsgate […]