Sunday, 9 December 2012

SUNDAY 9th DECEMBER 2012 08:52 GMT

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1. THIS DAY IN WORLD WAR 2 (9th December 1942)
On the Russian Front... The Soviet 41st Army becomes surrounded at Belyi.
Fierce fighting between Soviet 5th Tank Army and German XLVIII Panzer Korps on the Chir River
STAVKA, the Soviet supreme military command, reduce the objectives of Operation Saturn, a new offensive on the Don-Donets Corridor, in order to prioritise the elimination of the German 6th Army at Stalingrad.
No supplies are airlifted to Stalingrad by the Luftwaffe due to weather conditions.

In the Baltic... German vessel Edith Bosselmann sunk by mine

In the Mediterranean... RN submarine HMS Rorqual conducts minelaying operations off Ischia.
German vessel Sullberg sunk by RN submarine HMS Umbra
RN destroyer Porcupine breaks in two when torpedoed by U-602, but both sections are successfully towed to port.
RN corvette HMS Marigold sunk by Italian aircraft off Algiers.


In the Atlantic... British vessel Nigerian sunk by U-508
British vessel Charles L. D. sunk by U-553

In the Pacific... General Alexander Patch takes command of US forces on Guadalcanal.
IJN submarine I-3 sunk by USN PT-59 off Guadalcanal
In New Guinea... Australian 21st Infantry Brigade, with heavy air support, are eliminating final pockets of Japanese forces around Gona.

Today's Air Raids...
Northern France om military targets by RAF Fighter Command
Turin, Italy by RAF Bomber Command
Algiers, Algeria by Italian aircraft.
Munda, New Georgia Island on military facilities by US Cactus Air Force.

2. TODAY IN MY LIFE
Continued convalescence from Norovirus

 Twitter Followers = 1,598 (no change)
  Nonfollowed eliminated = 0
  Unfollowers eliminated = 0


3. TODAY'S SELF-OBSERVATION
I never thought I'd be so glad to see a proper poo! : D 
In the course of this infection, I have learned that a stool does not indicate recovery - I had yet to have two successive "untroubled" bathroom visits since Wednesday, but this morning I finally did, a tad on the uncomfortable and stringy side, but stools nonetheless. Onwards and upwards from here then!

Though it's been a financially expensive five days due to lost earnings, we can afford it and missus has loved me being at home, though I've spent most of it sleeping and sitting. I am of course not at all sorry to have missed both shifts of the Weekend Job. 

Today seems to be the turning point, so I will encourage it by resting, meditating and doing little apart from some ironing, and then make a fresh start on Monday.

4. TODAY'S QUESTION FOR YOU
Is it more important to do or to be?

5. TODAY'S WEATHER IN BRADFORD
Dry and mostly sunny all day.
Cool and clear in the evening and overnight
Wind will be strong and north-westerly, gradually easing
Max Temp = 6 degC
Min Temp = 1 degC
Sunrise at 08:13
Sunset at 15:46
Jetstream: Over Britain and north-westerly

6. TODAY'S ONELINER
NASA would be a lot more popular if once in a while they'd fight some Klingons  : D

7. NOW THAT'S FUNNY
Sarah Millican in Melbourne

8. TRIVIA
Most clouds are formed in under an hour.

9. THE WISDOM I'VE LEARNED FROM OTHERS
"The price of greatness is responsibility."- Sir Winston Churchill







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