Knock, Nock, whos there

I like pirates and robots, Jane likes Romans and period costume dramas involving colin Firth who recently won awards for his depiction of a king who couldnt speak, geofrey rush, who is an australian played opposite the king, in the film, and was also on Tv the other nighe promoting a Pirate film, which I would possibly like, was interviewed by, the host of this Tv show who also hosted the Eurovision TV show which was won by aberzibajanioliod despite me voting for the icelandic performer, and the bosnia and herhorsegotnumonia member becuse he was old and wore tweed, not that I make a habit of supporting the aged as the icelandic contestant, who placed poorly I seem to recall was certainly not old, a bit like jedward who were in the english got no talent show or something but perfomed for irelandish and also didnt win but did better than the ukadiom who did not have robots in their lineup, who doesnt englandland send blur or one of the other boy bands who are world famous rather than the cows stomach theyend every year, I think the Irish independence army, or whomever should take control of voting for the england representer rather than plant bombs or fake bombs in londons covent garden, well know more in the next 24 hours what the bomb alert is for, but dont worry the romans are not concerned as they are probably all dead, well the english romans of 2000 years ago, why does the west worship an arabic man, who was poked by a roman stick while on a roman cross, I dont get it, but I dont get many things, but we did see romans ruins recently and things ruined by the romans, and some things that while coming after the romans and I dont mean persue, but cronologically after, had nothing to do with them other than had the romans not got fat and blasphemous would have done 1500 years earlier, or maybe not as the vikings may have had something to say about it in Norse with bad fish breath, I cant confirm this as even the most worse breath only lasts a week after death and lets get one thing straight Im not that old, despite assertions from Jane and the copius grey hair all over the place, and my memory of the first CD’s back in 83 which would have sounded really strange had the fish breathed ones won the wars and taught us all how to vike, what would crowded house sound likein norse and would they win eurovision or in fact actually be robots.

went up noorf a few weeks ago. piled into the suzuki with tents and backpacks full of 10 days of clothing and spares of course and heahed to the lake district. On the way we stopped of at coalbrookdale to see the iron bridge, or was it ironbridge to see the coalbrookdale, cant remember but we did see the birthplace of the industrial revolution or as I like to call it the begining of the end!, we also saw a bobbin mill which having now toured through must hav efelt like the end of the end for the poor who worked there. Very thinly disguised slavery, the owners of the mill, would own the accommodation, the shops, the pubs etc would get their money paid as wages back paid as rent and for goods and services and a 7 day work week on absolute minimum wage surely ruined too many generations and the rich families probably still have the wealth they accumulated now and look down upon the now washed masses with distain. If I could be botherd Id call for a rise against the idle classes by the workers, a revolting iw what I could go for now, no more, its not fair.
Then we made our way to Ambleside wheer we frequented a loverly vegetamarian B&B who also ran two excellent vegetamarian reastraunts in the town propper.
Im not making much sense am I
work too hard
see-you-by

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5 Responses to Knock, Nock, whos there

  1. Andy_AS says:

    Good to see some things don’t change – however I do remember Suzy being silver! And…no… not making much sense, but I get the drift.
    Andyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

  2. I’m going to buy you some full stops for christmas!

    Regards,
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  3. judy payne says:

    Me too. Here’s some to go on with though……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………Reading Justin sure is an acquired skill. Love you…………………………………..Mum

  4. Max & Airlie's Dad says:

    I like robots too……..all shiny and clever.

  5. Calinda says:

    Did you take something before you wrote this entry??? If not, maybe you should! And, yes, this is my professional opinion. You guys should come home now…..England made you mental (well, more mental).

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