Box of Livers

I suspect my wife and I fit into an increasingly small category of people who have no TV, play CDs, watch DVDs and consult a book version of a dictionary (for Scrabble). Theoretically, we have a paper delivered once a week, the Guardian Weekly, but in practice the postman usually turns up with two or … Continue reading Box of Livers


The Higher a Baboon Climbs a Tree

the more clearly you can see its arse Is a saying I recently learned from the Archbishop of York, the Most Reverend and Right Honourable John Tucker Mugabi Sentamu, Lord Spiritual, Primate of England, born in Kampala, Uganda, a critic of multiculturalism and same-sex marriage but a supporter of cohabitation before marriage as he feels … Continue reading The Higher a Baboon Climbs a Tree