Friday, 30 January 2015

The Friday Question Set — 30-1-2015

Hmmm … 

I know it’s relevant … 

I know that chap’s — possibly — the greatest wartime leader the UK had … 

But … ?

Hmmm … 

I THINK we’re over-doing marking Winston Churchill’s funeral: titan though the man was.

I could well be wrong: but who knows … ?


The Daily Teaser — 30-1-2015

Oh … dear … 

I don’t know about you, but I like weather.

More specifically … ?   I like sunny weather.

Well … 

Let me re-phrase that: I don’t like it when it’s raining or snowing.

I think I’m like most people I know: I have to be in the mood for these things … !

The reason I mention this … ?   Is quite simply the fact today’s payday: which means heading into town … in the rain … !

Nice … 


Thursday, 29 January 2015

The Daily Teaser — 29-1-2015

Hmmm … 

You know, I had a quiet night in, last night.

You didn’t … ?   I had a quiet night in, last night.

Just in case you hadn’t realised.

A quiet night, with nothing to do, means a movie, of course.

Frankly … ?   I’m glad I had a copy of Hancock in: I’d’ve been dead bored … !


Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Hancock — Big Budget FUN!

28th January, 2015.

You know, there’s nights when I get bored.

I’ve the night off, no-one’s around, nothing’s on TV, and frankly … ?

Frankly I’ve no need — right at the moment — to get romping on writing Teasers: nor to knock out a batch of the accompanying slideshows.

What to do, one wonders … ?

Especially if one has no actual cash with which to head out.


Personally, I like to catch a movie, if possible.

Or listen to music.

Or write … 

Or … 

Well, there’s plenty of stuff I do.

Tonight … ?

Tonight, wanting a film — and only having a few pounds in my iTunes account — I raided my collection.

Frankly … ?   Frankly, I’m glad a copy of the 2006, Will Smith film, Hancock sitting around.

I’d’ve been rather bored, without.


The Brentwood Gazette’s Weekly Teaser — 28-1-2015: Lego O’ Me … !

Hmmm … 

Well, that’s … something … 

According to the BBC news — I tend to have it showing during the day — the Tories have accused Labour’s shadow health secretary of trying to ‘weaponise’ the National Health Service.

Hmmm … 

I see their point: that politicians, in the run up to the election, are use the NHS to their own electoral gain.

Fair enough.

Me being me … ?

Me being me, I’ve got this mental image of nurses — in uniform — holding Tommy guns.

Very lacy uniforms.

And shiny nail varnish.

Yeah …

You really don’t want to know, do you … ?