*Beep Beep Beep” The alarm sounded, Micky O’Driskill was reciting the lines of our father, he got dressed. Cleaning his gun, he questioned if what he was doing was right, he questioned if this fate would lead him to be refused at the gates of heaven, Was fighting for his rights the good thing to do? as he walked down the flight of stairs to walk out the door he smelt the same smell he smelt 15 years ago, a smell of warm porridge and cigar smoke from when his dad was alive, maybe he was watching over him? He proceeded out the door to find Paddy Doherty waiting for him and Thomas, they both got in Paddys car,

Flying Television

Hello and welcome to your personal online journal.

Edutronic has been created to enhance and enrich your learning at the London Nautical School. Its purpose is to provide you with an audience for your work (or work-in-progress) and you have the choice (by altering the ‘visibility’ of your posts) of whether your work on here is visible to the world, or only to your teacher.

Anything you post here in the public domain represents you and thus it’s important that you take care with that decision, but don’t be afraid to publish your work – as the feedback you may get from people at home, your peers and people from around the internet is only likely to enhance it.

Remember you can always access your class blog and all manner of resources through the Edutronic.net main website – and by all means check out the sites of your peers to see what they’re getting up to as well.

If you have any questions for me, an excellent way to get an answer is to create a new private post on this journal. I am notified of any new posts and will reply swiftly to any queries.

Make the most of, and enjoy this new freedom in your English learning.



Mr Waugh


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