I can understand teaching that the practice of witchcraft is not ok. But reading a series of fecking books about the subject is a bit over the top. I mean for FFS, you one has to be able to teach the youth that eventually when you are released into the wild, you are going to deal with folks from all walks of life. You don't have to agree with everybody else's ideas but you still have to be able to work with them to accomplish things.
A couple of weeks ago a second mate was explaining to me how he does his chart corrections these days. He receives an e-mail with an attachment, the attachment is downloaded onto a USB stick which is then plugged into the ships ECDIS system, press a tit and it all happens. The whole lot done in a few minutes. No paper charts no pens or notices to mariners.
Less odd support animals and more like very odd people wanting/needing support animals.
I can maybe understand the squirrel, a small soft furry thing, but peacocks are amazingly noisy beasts with ear splitting screams. Talk to anyone who attended the US Naval Postgraduate School in California and they hate peacocks due to the screaming.
Youngest Devexette's best friend who she has known since nursery is from a God-bothering family and despite being 20 has still not told her mum that she has defied her and watched the Harry Potter films as they were 'evil and promoted whichcraft'. She actually watched them years ago round ours but we were sworn to silence on pain of a smiting!
I thought David Morrissey did an excellent Southern accent in The Walking Dead, especially after finding out he is Liverpool born and bred. His brother was deputy head (vice principal) of my daughters' high school.