Monthly Archives: June 2014

Nobody Hurts You.

‘Hey baby, I’m out of favour. You can’t always be the right flavour’: Nobody Hurts You (Harder Than Yourself): Graham Parker: 1979. For a few months shy of four years between 1976 and 1980 there were few better live rock … Continue reading

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A Farage Made In Heaven (Fanfare For The Common Man).

Inspired by conversations with Patrick Hanson Lowe and Nick Schon. Illustration by Nick Schon. On Thursday President Obama told journalists in Brussels that the US “has a deep interest in ensuring that the UK remains united… “ We’re getting used to … Continue reading

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Many Mansions.

In my Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you: John 14:2 (KJV) My father was born in 1920. In the first sixty-five years of his life he visited what his generation knew … Continue reading

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