Enjoy Photography/Writing. At present single, married four times, six children, oldest 47, youngest 17. Have lived,and worked in most parts of the world. Served in elite military unit. Well educated in spite of the fact,originally from the "Elephant and Castle" London, as...
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Enjoy Photography/Writing. At present single, married four times, six children, oldest 47, youngest 17. Have lived,and worked in most parts of the world. Served in elite military unit. Well educated in spite of the fact,originally from the "Elephant and Castle" London, as is Maurice Micklewhite? Rubbed shoulders with rogues,and royalty. Survived Northern Ireland, and Saddams invasion of Kuwait, Ireland was worse. Fought fires in Kuwait, taken hostage in Nigeria. Quadruple by-pass 1996, retired in 1999. Still smoke, and drink, my 17 year old daughter thinks I'm cool. What more could you ask for.
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Reviews by Learjet 248
A review of A Final Boundaryby Learjet on 12/01/2005A tried and tested story, set in war torn Europe. Concept, is not new by any means, the presentation doesn't really help. Characters, appear very shallow, and shouldn't be, given the circumstances they're operating in. Dialogue, the French, and Spanish are not really required. Apart from that, it's fairly average. Story should move at a faster pace, the first ten pages are... read
A review of The Fisherman's Ringby Learjet on 11/06/2005This screenplay tells the story, of wheeling and dealing within the Catholic Church, and all points of the compass. Concept,is quite good, but the presentation muddies the waters between who's doing what,and why. Characters, range from fair to middleing, some could be cut, others need more development. Dialogue, is quite well written, but in places suffers from overstatement,... read
A review of Ardnaceanasby Learjet on 10/22/2005An interesting tale, only to be found in certain parts of the Emerald Isle. The concept is a good one, but allows itself to get bogged down with irrevelant points in the plot. Characters, portray the Irish flavour quite well, and believable. However a little more defining is called for. Dialogue, at times is good but wanders around on others. Story, moves along at a fairly... read