Monthly Archives: October 2015

Put the flags out

As my Gran used to say. She also used to say ‘has the school bell rung?’ when I wiped my runny nose on my sleeve and ‘well I go to our house’ for reasons that were never clear, but there … Continue reading

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Meetings bloody meetings

I don’t know about you but one of the biggest blights on the working day for me is the meeting. There are pointless ones, badly chaired ones, long ones, dull ones, tricky ones, ones that run way over the finish … Continue reading

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Everybody sooner or later sits down to a banquet of consequences.

Technically the plan was a trip to the northern slopes of the South Downs and more specifically Petersfield (pop: 14,974), for a bit of FA Cup qualifying round malarkey. However my TLF-senses (like Spider-Man’s but less in tune with the … Continue reading

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Sunk!

At long last, the time had come. A seaside TLF trip to watch the mighty Saints. And what a destination; no faded front for me, no sleepy genteel retirement village, no mile of mud between you and the water. Nope, … Continue reading

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All good things must come to an end….

For some time now your average, bemused-by-all-the-results Lesta City fan was under the impression that ‘to lose’ was a sausage hailing from the Midi-Pyrenees of France. Not since 29 April had the mighty Foxes experienced defeat and even then we … Continue reading

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