Sad Dad Dies~But Who Really Cares?

The family of Sarah Payne’s tortured father have told how he spend his final days drinking alone — still blaming himself for her murder in 2000.

Tragic Michael Payne, 45, was found dead in his flat after he spiralled into depression when paedophile Roy Whiting abducted and killed eight-year-old Sarah 14 years ago.

His body was discovered sitting in a chair by police who went to his first-floor flat in Maidstone, Kent, on Monday.

Michael’s grieving father, Terrance, 72, said that his son had let his “demons” get the better of himRead More

This is tragic, and Roy Whiting can take credit for a second murder in my view, I also feel how many other parents are suffering right now, from a child berevement or as many of us discribe  as a living berevement in the form of Parental Alienation and this is something condoned by the Family Law Professionals with immunity!

Upcoming flight of NASA’s Orion spacecraft into space, proof that Moon landing never happened?

Originally posted on Starship Earth: The Big Picture:

As far as I know, the Van Allen belt filters out harmful radiation from the sun. In the world of UFOs, it is absent over the north and south poles. During the space race, there were fears that missions to the moon punctured the Van Allen belt, thereby exposing us to harmful radiation. Why the sudden concern about the Van Allen belt? -LW

NASA’s newest spacecraft, Orion, will be launching into space for the first time in December 2014, on a flight that will take it farther than any spacecraft built to carry humans has gone in more than 40 years and through temperatures twice as hot as molten lava to put its critical systems to the test.

According to the video below, spacecraft Orion will test the Van Allen radiation belt first before they can send people through this region of space.

Listen carefully at around 3:36 what the…

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The Best Strategy for Getting the Best out of Yourself in life and sport

Originally posted on Tri Fatherhood:

Dear Izzy, Max, and Kate,

Half-way through life I’ve learned what my strengths and weaknesses are. I used to dwell on my weaknesses, wring my hands, squint my eyes, and worry about them. I have the wrinkles to prove it now. Late at night, I’d come up with plans to fix myself, only to be frustrated again the following day.

I’m not great when it comes to academic mathematics in all it’s forms; the only class I ever failed in my life was Geometry. And I made a D in my first crack at Algebra. I’m not great at math.

I’m not great at working with my hands on projects around the house. I can do simple things, but when it comes to real work requiring real skill I’m not gifted in that. Part of this weakness is that I’m not patient. That’s another weakness.

At work, I prefer to…

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Photo of the Week: Young Brown Bat

Originally posted on Knoxville, TN Divorce Lawyer, Child Custody, Child Support, Alimony:

Since it’s Halloween, here’s a photo of a young brown bat resting on the ground while learning to fly. We have a maternal colony of bats that returns to our yard each summer to birth and raise the little ones (and eat all the mosquitoes in the area!).


Information provided by K.O. Herston: Knoxville, Tennessee Divorce, Matrimonial and Family Law Attorney.

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