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Dec 1, 2010
Superb post Jo I didn't actually understand the weird assessment commenced which appeared to say, "On a point of correction, my (=David Cameron) mother's still alive, unlike Lady Thatcher. who is". Lady Thatcher is still alive isn't she? I mean she has a carotid pulse technically. Best wishes Dr Shibley Rahman @shibleyrahman
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Excellent post. I am almost against the happiness policy because it has been advocated by the Coalition government, but this is indeed a very poor reason. What I feel we must avoid at all costs is an improving GDP in Britain, but people are miserable. In other words, we have 2 million unemployed, but because of -0.2% GDP we consider it a triumph. Like most of your readers, I've blogged on it elsewhere is my blog and I recently like you posted on happiness, but not nearly with any of the authoritative evidence. I hope you enjoy it nonetheless. Here is my professional profile anyway, to demonstrate that I am happy, despite being a Company Director in England. Best wishes Dr Shibley Rahman
Toggle Commented Nov 21, 2010 on Happiness policy at Stumbling and Mumbling
This is absolutely brilliant. It's really emotionally very rewarding for me, as I was in a wheelchair following my meningitis in 2007. I did my entire Bachelor of Law from a beside. I am very passionate about e-learning. I wish you every luck with your initiative here. My website is and I specialize in e-learning for law and medicine. I also have a general free guide which I make available called I have had these websites professionally designed, but I believe that the key to running a successful e-learning company is focussing on the needs of the customer, and encouraging as much interaction as possible. My profile here is I write briefly about medical education on my personal blog too, ( On the most important issue, I have long thought that I should bolt on some sort of social network like Facebook for all members of my e-learning site. No-one's every done that before, but I feel that there's a lot of attraction in an on-line regulated social online university. I would love anyone to have a look! Best wishes. Dr Shibley Rahman
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