...over yet. Still one more year to go, we start at 1 not 0. So it's just my favourite five albums of the year 2009. Old favourites, super groups and a super artist.
...did it pay off. Two games, four points, two clean sheets over the Chrimbo fixtures but did 'Arry chose the right game to rest players in.
This week in music history - December 24th to December 30th - with who was born and who died.
...are available again. After the lawyers got involved earlier this year and removed one of the spoof Tesco Value Cards sites, it's back.
...British way. Be told by someone on teh interweb what to do and follow the herd like good little sheep. All helped of course by instructions from our masters on high the Celebs.
...but a clean sheet as well. A battling performance, that was low on football but high on desire, at a ground where Spurs traditionally roll over, results in 2 for none against and 3 points.
This week in music history - December 17th to December 23rd - with who was born and who died.
...isn't it nice when the opposition takes the part. Spurs ran out comfortable 3-0 winners against their rivals for the position of pretenders to the throne, Man Citeh.
...Did she die in vain?...brave Hungarian peasant girl, she forced King John to sign the pledge at Runnymede and close the boozers at half past ten. Is all this to be forgotten?
...that even the BBC SPOTY winner was shocked at getting the award. Phone bills in the Home Counties will be sky high after the viewers decided to make a joke out of the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award
...that stood up on Saturday. The real Spurs are a side that will lose at home to Wolves, will struggle to score after banging 9 past Wigan and will play themselves out of the top 4.
This week in music history - December 10th to December 16th with who was born and who died.
...Crystal-Shimmer Effects. Bill Ruppert is at it again, getting weird sounds out of a guitar and some basic effects pedals. This time by splitting the signal path and using effects in parallel.
...The Electric Piano Effect. In this video Bill Ruppert shows how to get the sound of the Fender Rhodes electric piano as used by John Paul Jones on the Led Zeppelin track No Quarter.
...all. Even the worst Liverpool side in the living memory managed to beat Everton but Spurs threw away as many gilt edged chances as the could to score a third to then concede two and only come away with a point.