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My Little Bit Of Nonsense By Charlie Walker
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Is a light hearted compilation of witty sayings, cracking one liners, amusing poetic quotations, and a lotta, lotta jokes. Which the discerning reader will no doubt find very amusing. How can you... More > tell when a man is well-hung? When you can just barely slip your finger in between his neck and the noose. Why do little boys whine? Because they're practicing to be men. What do you call a handcuffed man? trustworthy. What does it mean when a man is in your bed gasping for breath and calling your name? You didn't hold the pillow down long enough. Why does it take 100,000,000 sperm to fertilize one egg? Because not one will stop and ask directions. Why do female black widow spiders kill their males after mating? To stop the snoring before it starts. Why do men whistle when they're sitting on the toilet? So they know which end to wipe< Less
Reflections From Life My Employer By Charlie Walker
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The author takes a cynical look at the 21st century. We are moving into an age of totalitarian dictatorships. An age in which freedom of thought will be at first a deadly sin and later a meaningless... More > abstraction. The autonomous individual is going to be stamped out of existence and we shall all come to love big brother' – George Orwell --Amen For years I made the mistake of assuming that most people were sensible, compassionate and understanding. This was a grave error and one which has caused me much heartache, in fact it has taken me over sixty years of my life, to suddenly realise, that most people are very self centered and simply just do not care anymore. In fact most people when you come to think about it, are stupid, selfish and very insensitive. And you do not have to travel far to find the evidence to substantiate this assertion. It is all out here in the real world, inhabited by us the real people.< Less
Welcome To My World Of Words By Charlie Walker
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Welcome To My World Of Words Welcome To My World Of Words, Which With You I Wish To Share. Let Me Take You On A Journey, Come Then If You Dare. I Will Introduce You To My Skeletons. Perhaps For... More > Just Awhile. Who Have Been Released From Their Cupboard. To Entertain, Amuse, And Beguile. Come Then And Join Me, Let Me Take You Through. Into My World Of Words, Which Were Written Just For You .< Less
A Taste Of Hartley By Charlie Walker
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A Tribute To That Great Yorkshire Dialect Poet. John Hartley. These extracts are taken from some of his Clock Almanacks The annual publication that was to become something of an institution in... More > Yorkshire a hundred years ago. When many thousands laughed and wept with him, as he sang of the joys and woes of colliers, factory hands, and humble workers. The brave colliers of Tow Moor, the gallant Lifeboat men at Whitby, all and each have known what it is, to feel the warm words of this famous poet of the Yorkshire dialect, as he sang their praises far and wide. What a quality this man had, what a happy smile, in all his beautiful writings. . John Hartleys name was to become an household word in Yorkshire and indeed throughout the country. He was truly a man of the people and ought to be remembered still. But in the passing of time and changing values, I doubt if he ever will!< Less
Welcome To My World Of Proper Poetry By Charlie Walker
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What Is Poetry? Can it be but a medium to give sustenance to inspiration? Can it be but a stepping stone, to give vent to ones imagination? Can it be all of many things, a statement, or a better way... More > to state? Can it be expression in melodious harmony, or a better way to communicate? Can it be but the use of rhyme and reason to words, that give poetry a true theme? Can it be that images and words, extracted from the imagination, are made to mean far more than they seem? Can it be but to express oneself, much better, much better than one ought? Can it be but a way to give some meaning and a new rhythm to a thought? Guidance Guidance is often mistaken for interference, by those who need guidance in the end. But can it really be interference, if advice comes from a guide, a mentor or a friend. The difference between guidance and interference is often hard to tell. But does it really matter which, if your guide who interferes truly wishes you well !< Less
A Taste Of Hartley By Charlie Walker
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This Book Is But My Own Small Tribute. To That Great Yorkshire Dialect Poet. John Hartley.With An Added Special Tribute To His Brilliant Successor Yorkshires Very Own Mark Twain -- Walter... More > Hampson. They were truly men of the people and ought to be remembered still. But in the passing of time and changing values, I doubt if they ever will! Charlie Walker< Less
My Few Wise Words Of Wisdom By Charlie Walker
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This entertaining, engaging, and often amusing, compilation of quotations reproduces some of the wisest and wittiest sayings attributed to people ranging from Greek classical authors, to modern... More > writers and politicians. The general reader is sure to find an appropriate aphorism to suit the circumstances or the occasion. The browser will be encouraged in the knowledge that the author adds many of his own sage observations and pithy sayings which sit comfortably in the illustrious company of other writers whose wit and wisdom have endured to this day..  For All Those Kids Out There. Who Have Been Allowed Out Onto The Highway Of Life. With Only Ignorance As A Guide. My six great friends were honest men, and they taught me all I knew. Their names were What, and, How and Why, and When, and Where, and Who. These great friends were to serve me well, they served me well and true. And when I knew the question to ask, I was told what I had to do ! with apologies to Rudyard Kipling< Less
The Ramblings Of A Realist By Charlie Walker
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This book is certainly controversial and not meant for the faint hearted. This collection of polemical essays sets out in prose, and occasionally in verse, his strongly held views, about... More > contemporary topics: Education the Welfare State, Law and Order; Taxation; the Clarss System, the Unions, the Decline of British Industry; Britain's Relations with Europe, and other subjects which the general reader will find interesting and relevant. This book is a must for the few people who like to do their own thinking!. And because the authors views are so controversial, they are sure to provoke lively discussion. As the author says: Tolerance is just another word for Indifference and he is certainly not that!: In The Past Men Became Slaves. Today They Have Become Robots. .'The greatest division in society today. Is not between the rich and the poor. But between the public and private sector occupations.!< Less
How To Make A Success Of Your Life By Charlie Walker
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These writings are taken from some of my own life's experiences and from many quotations, stolen from greater minds than mine. Which as enabled me to pass on many very relevant points to anyone who... More > may be interested. In using some of the brilliant ideas created by other people. My intention as not been to steel, profit, misrepresent, or misappropriate. I have had but one desire and that is to bring together, all these wonderful ideas into one place. Where they can do the most good. To become an inspiration to my own grandchildren and any other young person, who might benefit from reading these great works. For the future belongs to the young. Not to the better educated. But to the more determined. Fear-- You have nothing to fear. But fear Itself! So you are frightened! good, because fear is the greatest motivater of all. It as moved mountains and turned braver men than you into gibbering idiots.< Less
An History Of The Motor Car By Charlie Walker
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Join the author as he takes you on another journey back into time, with a comprehensive look at the history, and the birth and development of the automobile, through the ages, and into the late 20th... More > century Although it is generally accepted that it was Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler, who were the founding fathers of the motor car. It was in fact a United Nations effort. No one man can say 'alone I did it': It was invented by the Germans, made practical by the French and first produced on a massive scale by the Americans. The English lagged behind in the early days but, caught up later, to contribute some honoured names.< Less

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