An introduction to my weekly MND blog for newcomers

It has now been over 3 1/2 years since I started my blog. I am now a serious MND blogger! I have Motor Neurone Disease (MND/ALS), and I started this blog to have fun, yes fun. It is about my living with MND, but with an absolute splash of humour. I am very analytical, and…

Rules are made to be broken?

Hi, readers! Another few weeks in onein400 land have passed. I apologise for the recent ‘radio silence’. The good weather and organised chaos have kept me from quill and ink! But now I am back! Settle down with your last remaining Easter eggs (some half price ones are still available in the stores!), enjoy another…

The trials and tribulations of coy scientists

Welcome, to my first research opinion post of 2019 on the hunt for an effective treatment for MND. “About time!” I hear you cry. Calm down, readers. I have been deep in thought and wanted to give you something worth sitting down with a nice cup of coffee to enjoy. This stuff doesn’t write itself,…

Clubs

Clubs, clubs, clubs…… Arhhhh. The exclusiveness, utter privilege and above all the benefits and perks! Just show your platinum membership card, greet your host with the special handshake and enter onein400’s mysterious world of privacy! And absolutely no jeans!!

Times they are a changin….

Or are they? This week’s theme, to weave into my everyday life, is one of those loose phrases that is often both true and false. Of course, it’s also a classic Bob Dylan song. More from the legendary Bob later but, in the meantime, on with my epistle produced during the recent UK snow! I…

13 days Later…

Welcome to 2019 readers! My post is a little bit late. Thirteen days late to be precise. I decided to let all of you get back into the real swing of things before penning my first strange, but often entirely true, musings of the year. Has the New Year reset, and perhaps, purified the whole of humanity?…

1981 – A Vintage London Fairy Tale

The year is 1981. It is 5.40pm and Lord Lee Bragg, in his Soho Office, is just tidying up his papers after a long trying, yet invigorating, Christmas Eve working day. He is about to set off for Waterloo Station heading home……

Let us just think about this…..

Hi, readers. It’s been half term week or two around the UK. So despite all the world’s ills, there’s been a break from apparent impending global catastrophes! Phew! It’s a relief to know that onein400 can bring some realism and sanity to your daily toil, or perhaps just a little bit of relaxation over a…