- Headless Chickens and Pointless Hate
- You Couldn’t Make it Up!
- NHA: A National Health Service exclusively for those who do not work
- Why Are The Toys Thrown Out of the Pram?
- Autoglass : An Apology For The Title of My Previous Post
- Autoglass–The No Service Cowboys
- Autoglass : An Apology (they are an apology for a reputable company)
- Autoglass–Better at Forgery than Car Window Repairs
- Not the Best 36 Hours
- It’s Bigger Than I Expected. It’s Eye watering
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Monthly Archives: April 2011
There won’t be much of a blog from me today as I have other more pressing things to attend to. I’m not going to spend the day sat by my computer. I’m heading up into the centre of London shortly. … Continue reading
Sometimes its the simple things in life that give you the greatest pleasures. Its so often the case that you can have the happiest most enjoyable times without spending large sums of money. A walk in the meadows with a … Continue reading
The a quick note to say that my two previous blogs http://www.aminearlythere.blogspot.com (from 2009 re LEJoG) and http://www.bothesidesofthepond.blogspot.com (from 2010 re that year’s Police Unity Tour) are now both incorporated into this blog. If you look through the archive section, … Continue reading
Now we had the 2011 Census a few weeks ago. Sunday 27th March 2011 was the day we were all supposed to fill in the form telling the government everything about our lives. The forms are great and include questions … Continue reading
Yes indeed, the long thought extinct guest house proprietor as portrayed by John Cleese has been found alive and barking mad in Blackpool Saturday brought a trip to Blackpool for Tom Michelle & I. Tom and I were to watch … Continue reading
St George’s Day brought the long awaited trip to see Newcastle @ Blackpool. This was the highlight of the fixture list when it came out in June 2010. A trip to Blackpool on a weekend, a bank holiday weekend at … Continue reading
For this game, I ventured into my earliest football roots to go to a ground I have never been to before. Confused? Well the first football matches I went to were to watch Bishop Auckland back in the early 1970s. … Continue reading