… is getting the various 'unofficial' mixes that are otherwise unobtainable. I think I've mentioned the fabulous intermingling of the strings from Eleanor Rigby with Kraftwerk's original Tour de France, for example. Of course, sometimes the people who do / … Continue reading
Yearly Archives: 2003
David Davies didn't stand for leader. If he had done, he'd very likely have won. He'd certainly have won a two-way contest with Michael Howard, because the Tory membership unsurprisingly like him more. The only thing that could have stopped … Continue reading
A man is sitting beside a table in someone else's house. He notices a bowl of fruit.
For some reason, it had its undercarriage down, which it doesn't usually do – perhaps they're flying it as slowly as possible?
Shareholders in London Mardi Gras may decide to close the company which runs the capital’s annual Pride party and parade. The decision will be made at a crunch meeting on 23 October, as the Pink Paper hits the streets. Bosses … Continue reading
.. was very good last night at everything except timekeeping! Kraftwerk once arrived on stage early, said "We start at eight!" and stood around doing absolutely nothing for a couple of minutes before they started playing. This was meant to … Continue reading
You know the sort of thing. "My husband, the late dictator of Wherever, left $20 billion dollars, but I need your help in exchange for 10%…" My two current favourites are the one that purports to come from a Parsi … Continue reading
Last night, I ordered some Smilies (urgh) from the Royal Mail. They're real stamps with picture you upload attached. It was a bit of a struggle. … Continue reading
From The Londoner (Ken's freesheet) Oct 03 p2 story on a YouGov poll for the Telegraph lists several questions, including… Should London continue to be the national capital, or should the capital be moved to a bi city such as … Continue reading