Scooting through the headlines … nerds
“If only I’d known” could be the title of my autobiography. The words sprang to mind after reading this little gem – resurrected from a couple of months ago – … Continue reading
Scooting through the headlines …. water
One of today’s Guardian headlines reads: Nasa’s Curiosity rover finds water below surface of Mars. Hm, makes you think. With huge amounts of the the stuff just below the crust of the … Continue reading
King Richard III poll results!
Despite having left Syston, on the outskirts of Leicester, decades ago, I still swell with pride at the many of the city’s achievements, only to cringe at some of its … Continue reading
KING RICHARD III POLL! – ONLY ONE DAY left to vote!
With only one day left to vote in the RICHARD III WAXWORK POLL things are fizzling away like fireworks on a cold and damp November night. For larger photos and FULL … Continue reading
Scooting through the headlines … sex
You know you have a must-read non-article when it begins with “A new study suggests that long-distance runners are more attractive … ” Hm, and there was me suffering under the delusion … Continue reading
Scooting through the headlines … aliens
Scooting through the headlines, I like at least two stories in today’s Independent. How Europeans evolved to have white skin, starting from around 8,000 years ago is great clickbait. With an election … Continue reading
Richard III – really, Leicester? Really?
One of these photos obviously pictures a bad waxwork from an Edwardian, end-of-pier, waxwork museum, whereas the other features a male model, dressed as a bad waxwork from an Edwardian, end-of-pier, waxwork … Continue reading
Double, double, toil and trouble… the cauldron of Kiev
Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble … Trying to figure out what’s really happening in Ukraine, from what passes as news these days, is akin to putting a … Continue reading