Features For a segment of web users that grew up online between the late 90's and early 2000's, Yuku represents a continuation of the thriving 'forum culture,' during those years.It has grown slowly but steadily over the years and has become a source for fans of the band to also find the latest news about the band.s current projects and tours.I have suffered from heart palpitations for years (I am only 34) I was diganosed with SVT and told my condition was a nuisance by a cardiologist. Nobody can give me an explanation.thank you for your reassuring explanation. Recently when I undertook a walk I got palpitatitions just below mt chest bone.My GP seems to think they are harmless, but it certainly is very scary when I have an attack. I just took it easy for a few hours and it then returned to normal.In all, more than 50,000 Irish were transported from Ireland to Barbados (more were sent to other islands in the West Indies), many of them prisoners captured by Oliver Cromwell during the wars in Ireland and Scotland and following the Monmouth Rebellion.The slaves became known as Redlegs, almost certainly a reference to the sunburn they picked up in the hot tropical sun.
My heart would pound furiously at night and it scared me.~ Jill Yuku, as it is known today, is an amazing, fantastic message board, with real people.I know you hear that all the time, but I wouldn.t have stayed around this long, if it weren.t for the amazing people, and I include the Yuku staff. I started with EZboard, fifteen years ago, and it has evolved into Yuku, as you see it today. ~ Anita The uncomplicated customer tech services operated by the helpful, confident Yuku personnel who keep it running smoothly has made our many years with Yuku easy, pleasant ones.If you do join, and it is free then you get your own senior social networking profile page where you can fill in details about yourself if you wish, along with your photos, blogs and a wall where visitors can comment.Buzz50 is a great place for seniors to make friends with other over 50s from around the world.
Photos and Article by Sheena Jolley, Contributor October / November 2015 The descendants of Irish people sold into slavery in the 1600s live in a close-knit community beset by poverty and ill health.