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i saw this on your interesting bl0g – i wondered if you remembered who the artist was? i want to put it on my blog as inspiration and wanted to credit the artist.
keep up the good work.
ah yes, need to explain which image it was! i’ll send you the image at the above email address.
You may be interested in a Ning network on Madagascar:
The info on re-manufactured tyres is direct contradiction to a programme on the Radio about a year ago – how does one discover the TRUTH which will set us free?? My garage said the same thing
I’d be interested to know which radio programme, because legally they have to be the same standard as new ones. Regular drivers don’t seem to know about this and believe them to be inferior, but bus, truck and taxis fleets often use retreads and save money.
It didn’t use to be the case, and perhaps in some countries the retreading technology isn’t up to par. But if you’re buying retreads from a reputable source, they should be every bit as good.
Great work! Just one little thing which irritated me: it says you grew up in “Africa” and now live in “Luton, UK”. Why so unspecific when it comes to Africa but so much detail when it comes to Europe? #africaisnotacountry
Hmm, only because it was more than one country in Africa. But point taken, and I’ve amended it – thanks!
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Jeremy Williams is a writer, project developer and freelance journalist. He grew up in Madagascar and Kenya and now lives in Luton, UK, where he reads, writes, grows vegetables and plays with his children.