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Does a country (and therefore it's Government) have a duty of care towards it's citizens?

If it does, what needs to happen when a country fails in this duty of care?

And how does a country serve out this duty of care in the first place?

 

As I'm heading for the big 4-0 next year, so in all likelihood I am now over half way through my life on this mortal coil, I think now is probably the right time to start writing a bucket list. So here goes my first attempt (you could probably call this an Alpha version):

  • Visit San Francisco for a holiday.
  • Play in the World Series of Poker Main Event at least once
  • Play the European Poker Tour London Main Event at least once
  • Eat a battered, deep fried Mars or Snickers.
  • Test drive a Chevy Volt electric car.

The blog has been a little quiet lately. This is due to the wonders that are Twitter and Facebook :-)

Basically, I've been spending far too much time on both.

Anyway, if the blog goes quiet again you'll probably find me tweeting over on Twitter. You can find me there at http://twitter.com/ordinarymark.

Site Update

Hooray.

I've moved the database that runs the site and now the site is actually running at a reasonable speed.

Full steam ahead for more blogging :-)

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