...or have they been bugging me? A newspaper review of the World Cup TV coverage so far pretty much echoed everything I'd been saying, especially about the odious performance of the main ITV trio of commentators.
...Dr. Who theme tune. Bill Ruppert has come up with a new video showcasing the amazing non-guitar sounds you can get from a guitar and a few pedals, taking us back to our childhood with the Dr. Who theme tune.
...all football. They have the amazing ability to turn everything to shit, Hell they pretty much did it to Morecambe and Wise what chance has the game got. Still it's really the fault of the F.A. and the 30 pieces of silver they got.
...the Grand Nation, which he did finally on Saturday. It really only took him 4 years because for the last 4 years I haven't made it impossible for him because of the Toxic Curse.
...gold. A gold medal for a British female individual athlete at the Winter Olympics, of course not the one the BBC have been relentlessly promoting.
...now have competition. Where once they were in a field of their own now the worst sitcoms ever put on our screens have probably got a new champion of crap.
...I see before me. Why did I watch the second series of Wallander? The first three BBC films should have given me enough clues to how this series would pan out.
...by all means. There's plenty to have a go at them for and just because something is easy doesn't means it's not worth doing. Just not for buying The Wire, Mad Men and the football.
...no football. Only snow, inept forecasters, inept government, ambulance chasing lawyers and no one with a pot to piss in during the window?
...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
...they write the word for the score.So on all the tickers on Sunday it was Tottenham 9 (nine) - Wigan 1. But for the Wigan keeper it could have been closer to the 16 needed.
?...Edward Woodward would. What chances the main British channels will show any half decent tribute to the late Edward Woodward, little chance of Callan getting its first airing for years.
...Cos that's what'll 'appen. If enough people cough up the £4.99 to £11.99 to watch the meaningless England game against the Ukraine on teh interweb then how long before more and more games are shown this way.
This week in music history - September 24th to September 30th - with who was born and who died.