Monday, May 31

The Blogfather
Well Paul and Graham have christened me 'The Blogfather' for getting so many other people to start blogs (7 and counting)...well who am I to argue.

Apologies for the deluge of photos but I've just started using the photo tool type thingy and I wanted to get the last year of my life out of the way in one go and start a fresh (or something).

Thanks to those lovely people at No Rock and Roll Fun for saying nice things about my PJ Harvey 'review' - they also report some interesting stuff about the Manics and how Nicky Wire might be teaming up with his brother...but i'll save that for a full post another time...

Things I have found in my house today...

One Poster for the play Run for Your Wife - at the Reading Hexagon Theatre (year unspecified). The play stars Les Dawson, Ted Robbins and Brian Cant!
The poster proclaims "The Daily Mirror and the Daily Mail both agree - British Farce at its best"
Apart from the fact that this is probably the only time the Mirror and the Mail agree - I have no idea where this poster is from and it must be quite old as Les Dawson is even looking slightly youthful!

Also found:
A collection of 7" records including -
The Playtime Series - Loopy Ears Secret
The Ugly Ducking
It's your birthday by Max Bygraves

Also a very cool black jacket that i'm going to adopt as my new going out jacket.....

Phill - The Preston Years - A Photographic Odyssey
John - Preston's one and only Traffic Warden - keeping the double yellow lines of the great city safe from harm Posted by Hello

St Peter's Arts Centre/Church - opposite my house in Preston Posted by Hello

Looking up a statue's nose Posted by Hello

Roof! Posted by Hello

Look into my eyes Posted by Hello

Stained Glass Posted by Hello

The Door Posted by Hello

Nice Moustache! Posted by Hello

The King Posted by Hello

Europe's largest mobile Grotto! Posted by Hello

Oh yes - it's the snowman boucy castle that trapped several small children inside during Preston's Christmas lights switch on Posted by Hello

slab jigsaw Posted by Hello

A panoramic view of Preston Posted by Hello

Sinister! Posted by Hello

Preston Market - Theatre of Dreams Posted by Hello

Blinded by the lights... Posted by Hello

Sinister Lollipop Posted by Hello

Dean Ellison...the man...the legend Posted by Hello

Posted by HelloFC Holstein Kiel 0-5 FC St Pauli - The mighty boys in Brown romped to their best victory of the season in early September on the north German coast...their fans also brought lots of flags.

The Hux Bar, Huxstrasse, Lubeck, northern Germany - One day this bar will be mine...oh yes it will be mine,,, Posted by Hello

Sunday, May 30

Imperial War Museum North and a factory...from a bridge Posted by Hello

A bridge in Salford Posted by Hello

Manchester photos Posted by Hello

Birmingham Big Wheel by night Posted by Hello

I like this picture - not sure why...but I like it...maybe it's the neon Posted by Hello