Monthly Archives: July 2019

Bed Piece

Something I was unaware of until yesterday is that the atrium of capitalism which sits at the front of Paddington Station and which I have always previously avoided offers coffee drinking facilities and quite a lot of armchairs in which … Continue reading

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FoodPeopleBuildings

Another London morning, another cafe, another coffee, another pastry. But all with added rain. Scuppers a vague idea of seeing if I could persuade my body to have a bit of a look at Hyde Park today. Instead, having checked … Continue reading

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I Don’t Think Boromir Knows About Second Brexits

Monday morning in the capital of this is England. My hotel room was hot and I did not sleep too well but I didn’t die either so I’m taking this as a positive and hoping London doesn’t hate me quite … Continue reading

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Lundun

I am made of London right now. Yes, this instant. And this one. And for two days worth of instants to come. All made of London like a proper human and everything. Apart from being mad, of course, but you … Continue reading

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BJ Sucks

At least the USA elected their racist leader, Britain just had one dumped on them by ‘eeny meeny miny mo’ (a racist rhyme in itself). Now, back in 2007, when the then ruling Labour party changed leaders and therefore changed … Continue reading

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Unworthy To Wield A Hammer

We don’t like Thursdays, do we? They have bits of lemon rind and old cigarette butts in them. And if we use the word ‘butt’ people snigger because they imagine we’ve made reference to bum parts, which we haven’t. Not … Continue reading

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Yellow Lorry Slow

Soonish, or perhaps just gone by, it will be the fiftieth anniversary of a giant leap for humankind – when Liverpudlians walked on the zebra crossing closest to EMI’s Abbey Road studios. They came in peace for all mankind. Because … Continue reading

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