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#R2BC Thursday’s #GoodNews – Music

Sitting at home I can see plenty of great stories to make me smile today. However, the ones that are making me grin are about music. First, the discovery of new and unique songs from Bowhead Whales under the Arctic ice. Second, is the effort of the Washington DC Public Library to create a Punk […]
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#R2BC Saturday’s #GoodNews – AKA the New Friday for a Day

Apologies for missing R2BC yesterday but, with this having been half term, my priority has really been on my family. Today saw a lovely trip to Leeds Royal Armouries, which was made a huge amount of fun by the happening upon SWASH 2014 and in particularly a, fascinating, lecture about swordsmithing from Danelli Armouries. The […]
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#R2BC Thursday’s Good News Digest – Happy #Thanksgiving!

Keeping things simple today as I run around with wedding preparations. Big THANK YOU to my mate Myke Thorton for mentioning this one, Body piercing technique used to help the paralysed, plus a quick thought for all those over indulging over the next few days: Man survives heart stopping 17 times

#R2BC Tuesday’s Good News Digest – Hail to the Chiefs

After last season you can certainly forgive a corner of Missouri for having something to cheer about and I know a lot of Raiders fans who are practicing being really philosophical. Earlier in the year the Seattle Seahawks broke the record for crowd noise twice in one game. Well the record has officially gone again […]
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#R2BC Wednesday’s Good News Digest – Open to Everyone

I have to say that the Thorncrown Chapel is a beautiful piece of architecture. Truly breathtaking and I cannot image how it must feel to stand in that space. I’m even more impressed that E. Fay Jones has it as a non-denominational, allowing anyone to think, worship or celebrate in suck a beautiful place. Openness […]
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#R2BC Wednesday’s Good News Digest – Singing In the Rain

Well, into every life a little rain must fall and looks like Thor turned up a day early in the North of England. However. with 500,000 PCs freed from botnet slavery I guess it’s okay for some people to have a little cold water poured on their day :)From Cancer Drugs to Tiger Cubs here […]
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#R2BC Monday’s Good News Digest – Half can be Greater than the Whole

Well Autumn has turned up with avengance, I’m bruised, battered but generally unbowed after a rainy Sunday afternoon getting hit by big dudes in body armour. Season is over for the Phoenix but be sure the boys will be back in 2014. But when you hear the US & Russia are making plans and that […]
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