Ahh! I remember now you are from a garrison town.
The difference being the RMP wear redcaps hence the nickname.
We wore white caps, very akin to the traffic police, hence the nickname "Snowdrops".
Hi Johnny, i am guessing you googled "Snowdrop", That was my first job after leaving school.
The main difference from civilian police, were we carried a sidearm at all times whilst on duty.
Only had two jobs in my life, talk about chalk and cheese. Stay well, regards Adam.
Interesting that you should be making a visual record of these places.
I returned to Maldon a few years ago to find the WC where I spent a great deal of my time between 16 and 19 had been converted into a tourist office. I was weird and I really wish I had had my camera with me to record it.
When I think back and realise it wasn't legal for me to have sex until I was 21 yrs old in 1971, even though homosexuality was decriminalised when I was 17 yrs old (1967).
Imagine how far we have come in only, for me, 44 years.
A young man of 16 discovering his homosexuality in 2000 could have sex legally and 15 years later able to marry the man he loves.
Yet all the furtive sex in public toilets and parks seemed so normal to me at the time; there was no fear nor shame, just excitement of the hunt and enjoyment of being myself with a stranger I was attracted to physically.
Hm, could I ask you and David to redact my scripts?
Actually you would be quite right in thinking that. Yet there are certain fantasy novels that I got hooked on.
Anne McCaffrey and the dragon stories, Anne Rice and her vampires, Tolkien of course and The Covenant Chronicles. I actually became an avid reader of them all, snatching up every new book I found. I suppose I should also include Harry Potter but that seems to be essential reading for any literate person.
Annoying news: apparently the Burgenlander (or Burgenlandian?) Social Democratic Party may be inclined to form a coalition with the so called "Freedom Party" freaks, to prevent a People's Party/Freedom Party government there….
Oh you didn't seem testy. I just thought you were reading me as a certain kind of American. Which would be inaccurate, but natural for you to do.
As for Britain--I'm in and out at least twice a year. The English (nearly all though sometimes one finds a person has an Irish or Scottish or Welsh mother) people I am intimate with and in whose homes I stay agree with me, but no bother if they don't.
My notion of the UK is not an American Paleo-Conservative fantasy about medievalism or "Olden Times." I have these of course as I'm secretly a bit of a romantic and adore every lost cause I've ever brushed up against, but this is not the place where my Anglophilia resides. (My inner romantic is actually apt on account of the Reformation, three centuries of suffering by the Howards, Guy Fawkes night, etc to find certain things about Britain tawdry or unmanly.)
Rather I love the country for the richness of what it it is. I just think what it is includes myself and people like me.
You're quite wrong on the suspicion that I'd like to transport the UK to the 18th Century--I merely think the Constitution had reached a form that I find tolerable. I have no doubt as to the fact that most people do not wish to return to the Georgian Constitution, but I'm also quite aware that most people have IQs that hover somewhere around 100 and that Rome only really fell into trouble when it couldn't give out free bread in the city itself.
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