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ForThe Record. My CV

it is time to set some off the record straight as my educational qualifications and other achievements.
Firstly I played both football and cricket for Putney Primary schools under 11,s and passed my eleven-plus.
In 1964 won a scholarship to Christs Hospital  school and also to Woolverstone Hall Boarding grammar school outside Ipswich ,Suffolk.I also had a place at St.Pauls also.I thought it a much beter idea to go to school in the countryside.
I chose Woolverstone.I didnt expect to pass those difficult exams ,but I did.
It was a Inteligence training school, with intake from military families and the cream of high flying london school boys..
For seven years reperesnted the school rugby team, winning the eastern counties  championship  7 years running.
In 1969 gained 12 O levels and in 1971 gained 2 A levels (Biology, Physics) from the Cambridge examination board .The following year I  took a course in 3 more A levels, (Pure,Applied Maths, Chemistry.) london examination board at Walbrook College,London.I studied for a short time at Loughborough University,Human Biology and Cybernetics, followed by off the record studies in the areas of psychology.since then,acedemically I have updated my science to the 2018 standard theoretical physics/LHC state of the ar models, and some other sciences and technology updates.Also digitally literate and have had access to discosures of information on the internet.
I have two self built/designed websites: https://hamishmac.co.uk    https://InformationHighway.net  and administrate a couple of social networking sites: https://sovereignwarriors.ning.com  https://www.Disqus.com
In  1970 and 1971, I played seven aside rugby , winning the Eastern England, under 19,s schoolboy rugby champonships, Ipswich Sevens, and going forward to the Home Internationals 7-aside, Oxford-Sevens, where we did not win.Like wise the folowing year in 1971.I was aged 17 and 18..
I was runner up at the 5 mile cross country in 1971, school championship, and excelled at 400metres and 800 metres track events,where I was offered a contract for a professional career with crystlal Palace atheletic club.National standard at these 2 events.
It is worth a mention that I scored an A star rating in all atheletic events including high jump, long jump,shot and javelin,100m, 200m, 400m, 800m,1500m at my final year at school.
In 1971 I also played in a match for ipswich town rugby union club against the Harlequins, Bob Hiller, England  captain,was playing for the harlequins at this time.First division rugby.
A competent helmsman as well, learning the trade in Enterprise and Cadet dinghy,s on the River Orwell,where I sailed close to the Felixstowe/ Harwich estuary for 4 years.
So I have touched on international standard rugby, close to it on the ahtletic track, and attained a high acedmic standard of education, all by the age of 18.A good start, showing talent.
I was heading for the top as a cutting edge theoretical physicist, and I would have got there.
I dropped out because I concienciously objected to using scientific reseach for military weapons.
I smoked cannabis from 1972 to 1979.I stopped using drugs at this time until now.I got common law married to a partner from Glasgow in 1971/2.I lived in wandsworth, where things went bad in 1977 with Ann whom I started a relationship with, after my partner from Scotland left me.
In 1979  the game was over.I landed in BH detention for 16 years, and the detail of this I have made public.

in 1972 I was charged with possesion of LSD tablets and fined 312
In 1977 I was charged with take and drive away .Fined
In 1977 I was charged with the theft of 12 boxes of Famous Names Chocolate Liqueurs from a Gloucester supermarket.
I was given 2 years probation.
In 1979 I was charged with manslauger and found guilty due to diminished resposibillty.Detained indefinately at Broadmor Hospital under section 37/41.
In 1996 was released From B/H.
In 2001 was absolutely discharged form section 37.

in 2006 sept I was sectioned 3 without reason, discharged in 2007 july,winning my  tribunal appeal
in 2008 oct  I was sectioned 3 forced medicated,unlawfully.
between 2002 -2005 I was sectioned 3 times  without cause so as to maintain drug treatment and control.

I was born in 1953, bruised black and blue from from bruises in a difficult nine hour birth, I also had pneumonia and whooping cough and was stuck in an incubator for three months.St.Beatrices Hospital, Earls Court.I do remember this,I had blindsight or a third eye, but my sister says I cant,I am imagining it after the event.
In 1953 cars were not yet on the roads.I was born in this year.
It wasnt untill 1964 and 1971 TV,s and radio,s  were  creeping in .We were allowed to watch one program a week on a black and white TV set, plus cup finals and special events .
1964-1971 my pocket money allowance was two shillings and six pence per week, with which I could afford a bar of chocalate and a bottle of fizzy drink,the same as the other boys at my grammar school.
Clothes likewise were not as easilly purchased as they are today with perhaps owning one change of clothes and a pair of jeans to play in.We didn have hot water or heating in our house.We used a one kilowatt electric bar fire to keep warm or turned on the gas cooker.We didnt have luxuries such as washing up liquid and our mum would usually wash our clothes in a tub with a bar of soap.We would share the same bath water with two of us in our familly.I have a brother seven years older and two elde sisters,one younger.We werent able to afford much , a toy every christmas and birthday was about it.This was the normal situation in 1953 for the majority of people.We didnt have any ownership on material goods in the 50,s and 60,s, such as books ,records,watches,radios,.We had anewspaer everyday.A lot of kids were  up at 5.45 am to do a paper round for 10 shillings a week, sometimes 15s.They migt be able to save to buy a bicycle, but even  a bicycle  was pretty rare, unless parents were a bit better off.Footballs  and balls for games were always there for a kick around, but usually had to borrow a ball from someone in the neighbourhood.Six pence was my pocket money until 11 years of age when it went up,as said, to two and six pence a week whilst I was at secondary school.That was it as far as money went.We didnt have any.We lived from day to day, Friday payday till the next Friday payday,when mum or dad got back from work.Same for most people.Everybody  could get employment, a lot of which was gossipping all day and drinking cups of tea., with a few overtime fiddles.Time and half saturdays and double time sundays was the strict  rules.Wage packets might be about £9-£12 a week.Rent perhaps 30 shillings a week, pint of milk 9 or 10 pence( old money), 4oz tea leaves 1 shilling,bus fare to the high street 2 pence,phone call 4 pence,about all I can remember at the moment, but £9-£11 wage packet would see us five kids and my mum pay the bills and the food and everything else, for the week for the five children,always a bit broke and borrowing tea or sugar from the neighbours.A good barrister when I was studying  for A levels, would be aiming for  income of about £5,000 a year.It was one of the best paid professions of the day.Still is.My Grandma , who was a bit better off ,saved enough to buy her own house in St.Margerets, Twickenham.A very big and nice place with a good size garden , apple trees etc.She paid £200 for it.About 1925-1930.On sale in 2005 for £1.5 million.Before that it was sold for about £450,000 in 1980.
Very unlike it is today,materially.but better in terms of humanity.
small transistor radios were creeping in about 1964 but they did not have good quaulity sound.the beatles and the rolling  Stones rocked our generation and started   a revolution that went hand in hand with the new technoogy coming onto the scene of televisons, radios, record players  and cars.The world started to change at this point in time and accellerated into the 70,s and 80,s which firmly put the material age on the map.
Very unlike todays materialism.More humanity and much better familly conditions..


The introduction of the silicon digital world the mobile phone and the computers in the 90,s presented a culture shock to my generation, and still does today for many of them.

They had some kind of idea I was in a related game to them when I came out because I studied at Loughborough University at some stage ,Cybernetics and Human Biology, I wasnt by choice though, maybe wired up by drugs to the machine .So I decided to opt out of the science department and show my true colours.A Musician.I recorded an Album and distributed and  advertised it on the internet under my trade name, Hamishmac.No-one could argue with my new I.D.and CV.
My dad was an orchestral conductor and my Mum a concert pianist.
Thats why to get away from a mistaken identity of being a scientist and to earn some money instead of benefit.
Drop out again.
music site:  https://hamishmac.co.uk
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