Park Engineering

 John Park, 32 the Loaning, Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, Strathclyde, Scotland, U.K. ML1 3HE

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Joe Brown recalls when he was bigger than Beatles



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Nancy Riach The Lass who won all


What did they do before doing stand up

Hardie vehemently opposed the first world war

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James Brown


He was known as the Godfather of Soul, but James Brown once became involved in an incident that would be more fitting of a scene from a series of Mafia films of a similar name. That's because, on September 24, 1988, he entered an insurance seminar in Augustus, Georgia, armed with a shotgun and pistol. He then proceeded to order everyone to leave. When Brown fled the scene in his pick up truck, a dramatic police chase ensued. He was hardly a stranger to the police, having had some run-ins with the law earlier that year. The chase would see the singer, whose songs include I feel good, pursued into south Carolina  then back into Georgia -- and it seemed nothing was going to stop him. Police shot at three of his tyres, but he just drove on his wheel rims for as long as he was able to -- eventually running into a ditch. Throughout James Brown's life, he would be accused of domestic abuse on many occasions, but his wife at the time, Adrienne Rodriguez, defended him after the chase, saying that he was  "not in his right mind" due to taking medication after having surgery to his jaw. After the arrest, the singer argued he was unfairly treated.  Police officers said he had tried to run over them, so they justifiably shot at his tyres. According to Brown, however, he was in the process of giving himself up to a black policeman when white officers arrived and set about smashing the widows on his truck. He argued that was why he drove off in his truck in the first place  -- it was self defence. Whatever the real course of events, in December of the same year, he was sentenced to six years six months, having been charged with failing to stop for a police officer, as well as aggravated assault. He was released on February 27, 1991, and kept himself out of trouble -- for awhile at least. He was arrested for possession of marijuana in 1998, and was forced to complete a 90 day rehab programme. Then. in 2000, an electrician attending his home to repair lighting accused the singer of charging at him with a knife. Between 1987 and 1995, Adrienne, the wife who had defended him, went on to accuse him four times of domestic abuse, as did another wife, Tomi Rae Hynie, in 2004. In 2005, a case regarding an alleged rape of a former employee came to court, but the judge dismissed the allegations due to a two year time limit. James Brown died on Christmas Day, 2006, aged 73.