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|Posted on August 14, 2013 at 5:55 AM||comments (5)|
I note my readers searching for Divine Supplements in Goodmayes.
The address is 855 High Road, Goodmayes, Ilford, IG3 9UZ, not far from Tesco, with ample car parking.
Telephone number is 0208 590 7900. Shop is open only on Wednesdays and Saturdays, 10 am to 4 pm.
Other days by appointment.
Mr Wilson there is one of the best masseurs, especially for Frozen Shoulder.
People over 75 years of age can get first massage free.
Missingx.com is a good website to track anything that passengers may have forgotten on British Airways planes.
Anyone wanting to check my professional details could do well to check the volumes at public libraries,
or online, of : Marquis' Who's Who of the World (who have listed me since 1996) and
Stanford Who's Who (where I am listed since November 2011). Look up Durudarshan H. Dadlani.
My e-mail is : [email protected]
mobile : 07505 830518
|Posted on April 20, 2013 at 9:30 AM||comments (3)|
I am grateful to hear from so many readers of my blog and website.
I was glad to note that Pyongyang called a Halt! and the Korean peninsula was peaceful.
As for Goods lost on a plane, British Airways seems to have stepped up to improving their wonderful customer service and seem to have fewer uncollected pieces of lost luggage. Maybe they could give me a complimentary ticket to Los Angeles? I'd like to visit there again. It is a huge city with a nice atmosphere of thrill and enjoyment, although I am surprised the famous W is for sale. It has one of the most spectacular, panoramic views of the city from its vantage, and once you taste the night life there, you feel good about life. It has the vibes or writers and actors, and people who are enjoying life with creativity.
I put my opinion on Facebook that the unemployed should try and save £2 a day. That's £730 a year, and should put a beatific smile on the face as you jets off somewhere for a holiday. Or save for 10 years and you could put a deposit down for a flat. In the meantime, with savings, your horizon is just going to expand.
With money and hope comes a more positive outlook on life, that's natural.
Anyone with any ideas how I can make some big money with my website, please do get in touch.
Or drop Marissa Mayer a hint to buy my webiste.
It's a nice, beautiful sunny day here in London.
I wish you all a happy time, with good health and good cheer.
|Posted on December 8, 2012 at 12:39 PM||comments (5)|
Hello, friends and readers,
My blogs over the last two weeks were as follows :-
- Baba Ramdev medicine in Ilford
- Gifts - for Christmas and all year round
- Goods lost on aircraft - check on missingx.com
- Austerity or Growth?
- The Fiscal Cliff
- Are people buying houses in the U.S.?
- Free money and government grants in the USA
- The Chancellor's Autumn Statement
- The situation in Egypt
- Interest Rates.
Top Referring Traffic and Search Engines were :-
Stumbleupon.com - tops for many, many weeks running!
Google - always up there!
Facebook - also
t.co - Hello stranger? Where you been?
Thanks to staff at all above, for listing my website, and to the wonderful people at
Vistaprint who maintain my website in such beautiful condition 24/7/365. Well done!
|Posted on December 6, 2012 at 5:29 AM||comments (34)|
Chancellor George Osborne has announced a Statement of measures to be implemented over the course of next year, and his message has been, overall, favourably received.
The stockmarket has gone up, business owners are pleased at the capital expenditure allowances which will enable investment and growth with up-to-date technology, and avoidance of the proposed 3p fuel duty altogether has sent up a cheer.
Working families on the whole will be better off, and those on benefits will not be hard done by, with increases in benefits of one percent.
The proposed measures will help growth.
The studious remarks of the Opposition, when noted and acted upon, would obviously create further growth. The banks are said not to give their managers 'discretionary' powers in granting loans; this is something that can be corrected, and would introduce capital into the local communities, especially the small shops and traders and restaurants and pubs. It could revive a lot of businesses as the nation gets into a mood of growth. With the 1 percent GDP increase last quarter (after three quarters of mini falls, causing a 'double dip' of a puddle variety) confidence seems clearly to be returning. Even casual observation of people shopping in Romford or Ilford or Green Street, Upton Park, suggests that.
The People's Bank with an injection of a Billion Pounds has been long awaited. If it actually backs entrepreneurs to scale up and invest in films, music, arts, culture, crafts, and such enterprises, people will say that not only does Britain have talent, it is finding expression and fulfillment too. That would have a good impact for job creation for youngsters, I believe.
The Chancellor's words are a stimulus to growth. What more could Britain ask for?
|Posted on November 30, 2012 at 4:04 PM||comments (18)|
Recently I travelled to Los Angeles, on 31st October, and being somewhat forgetful, left a carrier bag with a paperback book on the plane after a pleasant twelve hour journey.
Later, on the way back to London from Las Vegas, I may have also forgotten another book. This was on the 9th November. Both in and out journeys were on British Airways; the service on board was excellent.
Now, to find my two books, I have started to search the internet. No, I have not found the books yet, but while I was looking through www.missingx.com I noted people have left lots of things on board flights. Such as : Cash, ring, necklace, Cellphones, laptop computers, several passports (American, Irish, Italian ID,) Duty Free goods, and so on. Yes, lots of people have forgotten jackets or cardigans, scarfs and hoodies, handbags, the list can be quite long.
So, if you have travelled by B.A. and lost anything, perhaps it may be useful to log onto the Internet and check the site : www. missingx. com - I am deliberately leaving a space so you can read it.
Dear readers, I hope you can retrieve your goodies, they may be waiting there for you to collect.
PS Books I may have forgotten on board are : Autobiography of a Yogi, and Multiple Streams of Income.