Celebrate. Just been on holiday and had a lovely time in St. Ives, Cornwall. My girlfriend took some excellent photos and a few can be seen below:
The old routemaster route 73 (Victoria >> Tottenham) performed its last journey on Friday 3rd September. Very sad day, they have now made way for the new route 73 ‘bendy buses’. I have not yet travelled on the new 73 yet and am more than a little apprehensive of the prospect.
It was a funny day, 15 special routemasters were put on for the occasion and you really got a feeling that an era was passing.
Ho hum, progression is suppose….. still got some great photos to put up soon…..
So the pass rate has again shot up in A-level results. What are we to make of this then, have exams got easy, are the press more boring. And anyway how many Sun hacks could even answer a maths question these days. Turds.
Continue reading “What Level?”
1. breeze, zephyr, gentle wind, air — (a slight wind (usually refreshing); “the breeze was cooled by the lake”; “as he waited he could feel the air on his neck”)
2. Zephyr — ((Greek mythology) the Greek god of the west wind)
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Images courtesy of my girlfriend:
Good article on the Grauniad on Saturday entitled: ‘Dim, cloned conservatives’. The story is a tirade against modern Graffiti or ‘art brut’ as it was once referred to. The general crux of the article is ‘it ain’t what it used to be’ and I am forced to agree on this angle.