Monthly Archives: March 2005
K. says: Jamie Oliver’s next campaign: a giant set of sticking-plasters for every hospital.
Free Shaun Ryder.
For sale I’d forgotten my parents had foisted my old Lego set on me a few months back. I love the stuff, but I do not want to move with it. Ideally it would go to a nursery, or disadvantaged … Continue reading
My Peeling has gone far better than I expected. This is terribly out of date now, as I’ve found the fields outside my comfort zone far more fertile than expected, but for what it’s worth—and for closure—here it is. Go … Continue reading
Gosh, someone e-mailed me about a new book release. It was sent through the Small Beds mailing form, which meant that, surely, it couldn’t be spam. Is someone really interested in my critical opinion to that extent? Is this fame? … Continue reading
Good heavens. freedb.org couldn’t find Suede’s early non-album track compilation just now (it can now). Predating Sci-Fi Lullabies and covered with a cut-and-paste from the first few singles, the CD is semi-mythical among some fans. It recurs in my music-buying … Continue reading
I’ve realised why I can’t find a paint tone to touch up the minor bangs and dinks we’ve made on the walls this past year. The paint already on the walls has been watered down before appliance, and so is … Continue reading
The walk to work was beautiful this morning. From the train station, along the path through the fields, past sheep knelt down in hollows in the grass, looking like bales of disgruntled, bleaty hay. I can’t wait for summer: the … Continue reading
I’m tying up the loose ends on a site I’ve built for someone. Actually settling down to it demands tremendous restraint. It’s like going over a motorbike you’ve just built and tightening all the loose nuts when all you want … Continue reading