Executive Suite, Hell; somewhere in time post April 23 1616: Satan has had a bit of a result. You see, being virtually illiterate, he has for an age now been looking for a ghost writer to pen his memoirs. Good fortune has smiled; a stroke of luck no less as news reached him that … More SHAKESPEARE TO ‘GHOST WRITE’ SATAN’S MEMOIRS!
This story is a reluctant one as I fear ridicule – in essence it is for a wager that I post! It is told by way of a letter I penned to my long suffering former secretary Chantal. Dearest Chantal, My confidante no less and such a long, long time since we have shared … More A PHYSICIAN, AN ‘APPENDAGE’ & ME – An embarrassing yet true story!
At 19 years of age I was an unworldly accomplished idiot, so much so that I purchased an object of ridicule, namely a 1948 Ford Popular – a vehicle that was older than I was! I had paid just a ‘tenner’ for what was, in essence, an ancient lump of shit. Whilst it was … More THE DAY I KILLED A 1948 FORD POPULAR – ‘The Idiots Tale’ and ‘true story’ to boot!
BREAKING NEWS 4 year old Eric Einstein has, we understand, printed a 3D Printer using his Dad’s 3D Printer no less. In a development that has taken the manufacturers of this relatively new and expensive technology by surprise young Eric is now making decent pocket money at his nursery selling the printers to chums … More 3D PRINTER PRINTS A 3D PRINTER!
Two-dimensional visions of a man – a man I knew well – as a cartoon bear; of the crucifixion, with the Christ in female form, eerie and bloodless, her mother forsaken of her; to behold a forest, a very real forest, yet to see it as if drawn by a child using wax crayons; … More THE MENTOR & HIS MESCALINE – A tale of ‘long ago.’
She told me we all have a ‘dark place,’ A place we don’t want others to see, And that she’d only share her perceived secret, If I promised on my life to agree, To keep to myself what she imparted, In good faith and never to share, With others who might think her … More SECRETS & DARK PLACES – A piece of ‘silly’ verse!
Bert: “I was glad to see the back of her I can tell you.” Harry: “At least she left a note behind.” Bert: “True. Sort of!”