Old Hank

It’s 6:40 am on a cold, sharp frosty morning here in Cheshire. As I look out the window that faces my computer I can see the red and pink colors of the morning in the sky. It looks stunning. I just wonder how many people notice that while they rush around getting ready to jump…

Salvation Temple

Salvation Temple Roll up, roll up, it’s time for the greatest show on Earth. It is coming, it is here, it has arrived. Andrew Reynolds has been a pal of mine for years now. In fact I know – I am his hero 😉 But is Andrew Reynolds a new Barnum, a real English eccentric…

Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes These are very interesting times don’t you think? As the 43 year old rusty boat sailed along the cold, harsh Atlantic ocean, a small trickle of freezing arctic water began to seep through a small gap that was barely big enough to fit a small finger into. As the sailor stood in the dark,…

KarmaGotcha

So when we think bad stuff, it holds us in a grip, when we do bad stuff, we can feel it deep inside, when we plan bad stuff, it’ll come back to get us at some point.

NewAgeOldPage

John’s a bit of a hippy. Long dirty hair, old leather sandals, cloth clothing from a sheep on a mountain somewhere proclaimed to be organic. Washes once a week in cold water whilst eating hummus, peppers and other raw foods. John’s a hippy but a good guy. I like him. His philosophy is very simple.…

GenerVeneration

His skin and lack of facial hair gave his age away. 15 Years old, covered in teenage spots, teeth held together with a brace, hair gelled at least 8 inches above his head a nervous smile and then he spoke. “winning this talent show means everything to me, it’s my life” said the 15 year…

AFS

Bastard Bitch!

If a swear word offends you … don’t read this post. If you want your marriage to last forever … read this post. There’s this lady and this man I know, they are going through a divorce. The marriage looked was good, the house was incredible, the kids were all happy, all seemed fine, yet…

Sense of Maori

In 1884 the New Zealand Rugby team performed their now globally famous ‘Maori war cry’ or Haka before each of its matches to terrifying. The during United Kingdom matches later in 1888-89 they terrified crowds with the same cries that were interpreted in the national newspapers to mean   “Kill him! Chop him up! Baste him!”.…