Monthly Archives: November 2007

Kraftwerk On The Road

On my way in to work this morning I saw a lorry parked in a lay-by on the ring road, the side of which bore the wording “Trans Europe Express”. Those of you who have a firm foundation in the … Continue reading

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A Guinea for my birthday

Long-term readers of this weblog may both recall that I like to go to a football match on or near my birthday – a quirk which led to me attending an FA Trophy replay, of all things, earlier this year. … Continue reading

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Ebbsfleet and MyFootballClub

Even amongst those happy people without a vested interest in non-league football – one of the least exclusive groups imaginable – there must be an element that has heard this week about our opponents tomorrow, Ebbsfleet. This is the club … Continue reading

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New coat of paint

That’s right, be excited, I’ve done a new banner for the top of the page. I’m a bit disappointed with it, to be honest. Partly that’s just my nature – most things in life are disappointing if we’re honest about … Continue reading

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The Spice Women

I always had a bit of a soft spot for The Spice Girls. Yes they were overhyped, and ubiquitous, and merchandised to death, but they had a brand of unabashed Britishness which was refreshing at a time when so much … Continue reading

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Fictional readers and ‘The West Wing’

It’s now exactly one month since I posted anything on this site, and yet according to the statistics people are flocking to read it. According to blog.co.uk, I am averaging 19 readers a day, each of them making just under … Continue reading

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