Tuesday, 25 February 2014


This is the similar to the pile of letters, documents, bills and requests for money piling up on the desk, not counting those that have fallen down the back. Having spent another enjoyable day at the museum throwing stuff out, she was not very pleased I can tell you, and chatting to aged visitors I return to the long list of things that remain untouched even yet.  Naturally while watching Manchester United struggling in Greece they will be left untouched for a while yet.

Well watching Man U struggle was a waste of space.  Even Brighton were better last night.  The tackle by Carrick at the second goal was so poor my grannie could have done better, and she died in 1915! The media will restart the Moyes witchhunt again, drooling over their chance to knock someone down when he is already down.  This will all come good again in the end but the poor Manchester United fan will suffer for the next season or so.  Mins you most of them will be swapping their bus trips to Manchester for the bus to Chelsea if they win the league, won't they? Mind you the Greek side Olympiakos were no slouches, and they did their part well.  My grannie would have scored twice against them mind!

A quick look through the press show nothing has happened today.  Ther media have nothing to offer as normal except brief details of the 'Tour de France' which passes close by later this year.  I would venture a look if it was not for the millions of people blocking the road at the time, all roads being blocked also at the time.  Tsk!  I must look into this near the time.  
I wonder if Grannie ever rode a bike....?  


Lee said...

Now...that was the most uninteresting post I've ever read, Adullamite!!

Happy now?

Oh! By the way...I found my way home again...but slammed the door of the car on my hand...well, actually, the boot/trunk "lid" down on part of my hand...and it hurt!! If you heard any cursing up your way, it was me!

See what happens when I go out more?? It's all your fault!!

Jenny Woolf said...

I have an electronic pile like that, doesn't look so bad as a paper pile but it comes down to the same thing.

Adullamite said...

Lee, I thought I heard something, but I went back to sleep!

Jenny, The paper stuff fits into the bin easily!

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Speaking of letters in a museum, it troubles me greatly that personal correspondence between Hillary Clinton and a close friend have been made public in an attempt to embarrass here. Of course, it can be argued that those letters are fair game as part of the Clinton Presidential Library, and I cannot imagine those letters winding up there in the first place.

Now, I am not a big fan of Hillary. Although, she does not scare me as much as she did 20 years ago. In any event, I truly despise such political tactics.

Kay G. said...

Hey! Do you know what Lance Armstrong and I have in common?

ZERO Tour de France wins!

Adullamite said...

Jerry, Hilary is not as bad as some in my humble opinion. She will be the next US president.
No idea what those letters are but in politics this is a fair game. However some things ought never to be published.

Kay, You make me laugh!!!