Tuesday, 31 August 2010

TUESDAY 31st AUGUST 2010 09:20(BST)

THIS DAY IN WW2 (31.8.40)
Over Britain... The Germans maintain their concentrated attacks on the British airfields. Biggin Hill is almost put out of action and Debden and Hornchurch are severely hit. The RAF loses 39 aircraft in the air and several more are hit on the ground. The Luftwaffe losses are 41. Goring is now in measurable distance of achieving his objective of air superiority over southeast England. The RAF airfields at Biggin Hill, Manston, West Malling, Lympne and Hawkinge are all more or less out of the fight. There are only two RAF sector stations in commission south of the Thames and three more airfields which might be used for that role. There is no reason why these might not be similarly damaged, three having already been hit. This is the RAF's most difficult period of the battle.

TODAY IN MY LIFE
Blogging and domestic in the morning, seminar writing in the afternoon, hypnotizing in the evening.

TODAY'S THOUGHT
Most people would surrender their will to another if it meant no more pain.

TODAY'S SELF-OBSERVATION
The healer must pay a high price for the power - to know the suffering he is healing.

TODAY'S QUESTION FOR YOU
Are you so sick of suffering that you are ready to do anything to be free?

TODAY'S ONELINER
The problem with having been everywhere and done it all is that you can't remember most of it : D

GARY'S ALL TIME BOTTOM 100 HITS
16. FLOATERS - Float On
This definitely deserves to be cast adrift!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gT_9OUvmb5I

TRIVIA
Richard M. Nixon is the only US president to have resigned.

TODAY'S AFFIRMATION
I will let go of what I think to become what I truly am.

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