Monthly Archives: December 2014

Review of the year

blah blah blah Commonwealth blah blah blah I agree with Usain blah blah blah sodding golf blah blah blah blah cultural energy blah blah blah momentous blah blah blah life changing blah blah blah village halls blah blah blah empowering … Continue reading

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The secret milliner, or the triumph of hat over hope.

The competition to be hat wearer of the year is keenly contested. As always a large number of nominations have been submitted. The following post contains only top hats, but not top hats only obviously that would be ridiculous. The … Continue reading

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Sports personality of the year

The nominees for sports personality of the year are: Vote now.

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Person of the year

The nominees for person of the year: Vote now.

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remembering

I was never one for climbing trees. Never nimble enough. Heavy-footed, clumsy, lacking the agility of other children. So the tree at the end of my grandmother’s garden, the tree adjoining the cut, the path through from her street to the … Continue reading

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The blogpost North Korea tried to ban

[Following representations received the author has agreed to remove this blog post  for reasons of North Korea. All hail the dear leader.]

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an open letter to Russell Brand

Dear Russell (if I may) How do? Give us an autograph. Yours etc Ern Malley ETA (2.32 pm)  PS I now have a bowl of cold soup because of the time I wasted typing this. ETA (2.44 pm) PPS have been … Continue reading

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Is it snowing outside? – the original liveblog

11.00 – just back. my god, it’s bad. I was stuck for literally seconds after a carol concert. 9.01 – just going outside. I may be some time. it’ s like hell out there, but a hell of snow lightly covering … Continue reading

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