PING ! Mr. Payshent. Dr. Killin. Room 35. Tap, tap. Come in ! Morning Doctor. I trust I find you well ? Yes, thank you. Have a seat. Now what can I do for you ? Doctor peers at computer screen . .… Read More »
I am fed up to the back teeth with coffee in cafes ! You are ? Yes I am. Totally fed up. What’s brought this on all of a sudden ? The Lunchbox. That nice little place ? Usually very good. Whatever did they do wrong ? I went in for a coffee and a… Read More »
The snooker players bend them selves into all sorts of attitudes, squint along their cues, and pop the balls into the pockets around the table edge. And then that man in the dinner jacket promptly inserts his hand, retrieves the ball, wipes it as though it is contaminated, and replaces it oh-so-carefully on the table,… Read More »
“Look at him ! Oh bless him ! See the way he gets about ! Marvellous !” “Yes, I love the way he walks with his legs apart so” “And his arms held out . . . !” “Helps him to keep his balance . . .” “See the way he holds on to things… Read More »
Today I received two parcels from Church House Bookshop. One was an article which I had ordered and the other was a freebie. The freebie was a book of pomes by, well, let’s not say shall we as we don’t want to cause embarrassment. At school I thought “Dirty British coaster with salt-caked smoke stack… Read More »
Drawn by : Brooke McEldowney Tough speaking in the second half, but with more than a grain of truth in it. A good, high, view of humanity in the beginning.
Being a marginal constituency we are being plagued by election material as was forecast in all the media (they got something right) and it is very evident that the Conservative party have bottomless pockets in this regard. Labour, the Lib Dems and the other possible parties just haven’t been seen or heard. The Conservative material… Read More »
Barney and Clyde, 15th February 2015 (Click on the pic to enlarge)
Absolutely right . . .
Democracy : Noun, informal. “A form of government in which a people, faced with the responsibility of self-rule ,cast the job instead into an exclusive mire of unskilled panders.” A Demon’s Nest of Sentiments 2 Nov 2014 Brooke McEldowney