Another sailor that sold his story to a tabloid newspaper is Arthur Batchelor, he told the paper of his ordeal at the hands of the Iranians and what a nightmare this poor soldier had??!! This professional soldier cried himself to sleep at night, do you know why? because an Iranian officer called him MR. BEAN! is this a joke I hear you say? no it is not a joke, this man was upset not because maybe they beat him up or God forbid they tortured him physically, they called him Bean that is it!! This episode has shamed the British forces who used to enjoy the best reputation when it comes to professional forces and their conduct, the British used to be world famous for being professional until they followed the Americans into Iraq, their reputation suffered a lot and now this whole issue about the sailors has made it worse, many young British men & women lost their lives or suffered injuries in this war, they are not going to be paid by the press for their real suffering, I live here and can see the suffering of many people in this country, they deserve better, they do not want to see their colleagues selling their cheap stories to be glorified by cheap tabloid newspaper, it is about time Britain got out of this messy war and restored its previous good reputation.
John and Penny Adie, the organisers of the Two Moors Festival, an annual music event on Dartmoor and Exmoor in Devon, South West of England bought a Concert Grand Piano that is worth the grand price of £45,000.
Mrs. Adie got her camera ready to take pictures of her new pride & joy, the piano being unloaded from the Lorry. Unfortunately things did not exactly go to plan! the piano fell 2.5 meters from the lorry to the ground causing massive damage to the music instrument.
Here is the pictures that Mrs. Adie took of the not so Grand entrance of her new Grand Piano:
After the recent closure of the Alleebiya FM and its restart under a new name, the website was back online yesterday, the station according to the website is still called Libya FM! but unfortunately they are not broadcasting live online as they used to do, lets hope that it goes back to what it used to be.