Its all about…. hyper-locality!

A London Blog has a hyper local focus on London. It’s about the city’s history, transport, happenings and other bizarre curiosities.

The domain 1LondonBlog is just a name and in fact there’s no real essence to a name, so ‘1st’ could be last, perhaps somewhere in the middle, at the beginning, well before the beginning (such as the force fields that existed before the big bang), in a queue, or not in a queue, or not anywhere at all. In my view its just a blog that exists at some level or another where-ever this happens to be. For heaven’s sake I can’t even locate my blog properly within the universe itself!

The blog’s title A London Blog is a purely descriptive function that locates the frigging site within the vast matrix known as the Internet. That definitely exists in an extremely small time frame within the entire continuum of the whole universe.

Generally posts are published every other day, though its not a hard and fast rule as there have been occasions when I’ve published daily or twice daily and then not done anything for a few days because:

  1. I’m lazy, contrived and hyper-procrastinating.
  2. I’m too busy plotting the downfall of other blogs.
  3. I need more information, facts, or a specific historic image.
  4. I spend hours with my finger on the delete button saying ‘fuck this shit!’

Generally I think you’ll find #item three above is the closest representation of reality 🙂

The true proof of my abilities:

I am somehow managing to complete a successful orbit of the Sun each annum. That’s the one stupendously real achievement I am attaining in my life 🙂

Very important note:

I’m an autistic person who is deafened, non-verbal & acts, even walks rather clumsily (as some will attest.) Well there’s nothing exciting about that for anybody – unless there’s some prejudice or aspiration to discriminate – which is quite excitedly practised by some humans who have a thing called bias, even hate.

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6 Replies to “About”

  1. Sean Hennessey

    1st London Blog
    Greatly appreciate your enlightening work
    Grove Rd power station, recalled well: actually owned by Central Electricity Supply Co, not METESCO. Both used Peachey & Reilly, architects, hence the misunderstanding?
    Sean H

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