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Monthly Archives: February 2015
I’ve just started a Facebook page ——>www.facebook.com/RupertHarker What is the purpose of Facebook? Can someone explain it to me please? While you’re at it, can someone also explain Twitter? Apart from young women using it to post naked selfies, it seems … Continue reading
Following on from my previous article, and endeavoring to be as topical as possible, here is an extract from Intelligent Design; Book Two, which is currently in process. This scene leads on from What is Project American Quilt? * “OK, Major, he’s … Continue reading
Urgent Appeal from The British Headless Child Foundation – B.H.C.F If you have seen today’s news, you will know that doctors expect to be able to perform the first head transplant within the next 2 years. Click the picture to read … Continue reading
Good God! The King of Rock and Roll vs. the Queen. Lets go!
Oh, mighty Google! Have I offended thee? Why doest thou forsake me? T’was less than a week ago that you elevated me from my lowly position to the pinnacle of greatness atop your noble rankings, yet I find myself smitten and cast … Continue reading
During my many years as a doctor, I have seen a disturbing rise in cases of Forced Adipose Transference syndrome (F.A.T.S), a.k.a. Fat Friend Syndrome. First, some facts. Body Mass Index – The Body Mass Index (BMI) gives a rough … Continue reading
How the mighty have fallen. It seems like only a few days since I posted I’m Number One! Wait a sec. It WAS only a few days. What on Earth is going on? That’s right, fellow bloglodytes. I googled myself … Continue reading
How many Rupert Harkers are there in the world?
Recently, I have heard disturbing rumours that Project Dream-stealer may have been reactivated. I immediately sent an email to my Glasgow contact, a man who goes by the name of Deep Jessie. Click on this link to see my email … Continue reading