I was walking with my girls yesterday. It was a nice day, so we thought we would take advantage. At one point a couple of ladies were walking towards us. One of them looked me up and down and then in a leering voice said “morning” the entire time staring at my crotch. My daughter […]Read More Asking for it?
An idea planted itself in my brain today whilst Laura and I were talking about Star Trek and Holodecks (yes we had the inevitable “how gross would it be to clean the Holodeck after Riker used it?” conversation). The idea came that maybe O’Brien was a secret twentieth century movie fan. The theory went that […]Read More Miles O’Brien’s secret holodeck sessions
It started with a strange noise. I couldn’t place it at first but it was a constant beeping. It would occur when I was in a quite place, not doing anything to allow my mind to wander. Nobody else could hear it. And it came in short bursts. Then it would stop. It happened rather […]Read More Beep
I opened my eyes to find myself in a white room. The light seemed unusually bright, possibly because of how it was reflected and in turn amplified by the immaculately white floor, walls and ceiling. The only furniture in the room was the comfy chair in which I found myself. The room had two doors. […]Read More
It was inevitable that, given the sheer volume of Walking Dead episodes Laura and I have watched recently (we are on series 6 in just a few weeks, thanks Amazon Prime), I would start having apocalyptic dreams. Dreams where my world is overrun by Walkers. Well a couple of nights ago it came. It started […]Read More Zombie dreams
It’s amazing how many people, upon watching a few series of “The Walking Dead” thought they were ready for a full scale Zombie apocalypse. Funny that when all this Covid stuff kicked off they all melted. It just shows they aren’t ready. That none of us truly are. Especially the UK government. Look at the […]Read More Are you ready? A zombie planning tool.
I sit in reflection today. It is Holocaust memorial day. A day when we remember the atrocities carried out during that dark period. We look back at this with hope in our hearts. Hope that a horrific event on this scale can never happen again. And yet events like this have occured since. In Cambodia, […]Read More Holocaust memorial day 2021
I want to tell you a story. A quirky little tale about feeling awkward. This tale (and every word of it is true) starts about a decade ago. A new Indian restaurant had opened and I was keen to try it. So we ordered take out delivery. It arrived, no problems, within time. Tasted really […]Read More Call me John.
It started with a passing remark. A comment left on Facebook by my friend Pete the murderer (I know he isn’t too keen on that nickname. As he constantly reminds me it was never proven in a court of law). Now looking at this I had several thoughts. Firstly my brain corrected the spelling of […]Read More Cage Trek
As the clock ticks down on the tangerine tosspot’s final day in office, we can all look forward to an end to the madness. Of course he will still be ranting as much as he is able about how the election was stolen from him. But this time he will be shouting into the wind. […]Read More Madness ending