Monthly Archives: July 2006

Whitaker Glover

A few days ago I asked my wife if she knew who Forest Whitaker was. “The actor?” she asked. “Yes” I replied. “Isn’t he… oh no, that’s Brian Glover.” It’s an easy mistake to make. Advertisements

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Dots of drama

On my way to work this morning I saw a lorry belonging to Steve Bingham Transport Ltd. Obviously I knew this because the name was plastered in big letters along the side. Except it wasn’t – what was actually written … Continue reading

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Boy Wonder

I had a dream in which some of my wife’s friends were gathering excitedly around my three year old. When I asked her what was going on, she replied “They think he’s the reincarnation of Christ”. I don’t think he … Continue reading

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Rob Brydon

I’m not the world’s most serious-minded man. A quick flick through this ludicrous weblog will confirm that to anyone who cares to doubt my trustworthiness on this point. I camouflage my fundamental triviality with polysyllabic words to convey an artificial … Continue reading

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Waiting For Godot II

As I stumble through life trying to make sense of all the misery and injustice, I do try and make a point of being grateful for small mercies. So today let’s be thankful that ‘Waiting For Godot’ never had a … Continue reading

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Waiting For Godot

My second eldest has an audition for the part of the boy in ‘Waiting For Godot’. Of all the plays in all the world, he had to walk into an audition for that one. ‘Waiting For Godot’ is something of … Continue reading

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Google Ads

I love these little Google Ads that pop up at the top of the screen whenever I submit something. The programmers behind this plan obviously thought they’d come up with a wizard wheeze – if someone writes something about (for … Continue reading

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