About Richard Hall
Back after a break, caused by a tweet I made in the
summer months. Said tweet had an image that attracted a
certain amount of excitement (though precisely no one I
know not connected with politics in general or Brexit in
particular mentioned it to me). The tweet taught me a
couple things. First in the world of social media, a
picture paints a thousand words, because I have said far
more in tweets without images, and been totally ignored.
Second, too many of those who wish to save England from
fascism lack the will to do what it takes to achieve
My email address remains 'myfirstname@thisdomain'.
The 'face book' stuff (I don't use facebook, for
reasons which ought to be obvious)
At the present time my working days are taken up with my
micro business Red Kite
Electrical. I continue to try to do quality work for
people who understand that if you pay peanuts, you get
monkeys, but in Brexit Britain this is an increasing
challenge. Also work 'on the tools' doesn't get any easier
as I get closer to 60 than 50.
Most of my leisure time I still spend sailing, mostly
on Poole Harbour.
My wife Alicia is now Commercial Director of a rail
Son and heir (Ned) has now begun his career in
accountancy, having graduated from UWE. He resents the
necessity of having to go to university, thanks to
changes inflicted on the education system during his
life time. At least he got to be one of the last to
British Erasmus students, and his employer is part of
German group. His ambition is to get out of the UK at
the earliest opportunity.
Son and spare (Alfie), continues to read History and
Economics at his Dad's alma mater, Keele University, which amuses me and irritates him.
Alfie missed a vote on the Brexit disaster by 3
There that wasn't difficult was it? Who needs Mr.
Zuckerburg? (Answer: no one with half a brain)