...if not particularly good taste. A Tweet yesterday from Last Exit To Nowhere reminded me I hadn't seen the film “A Boy And His Dog” for ages.
..wasn't it? Seems like a lifetime now but it was only seven days, during which Bolton and Sunderland have shown themselves to be amongst Europe's elite, well far superior to the current champions of Italy and Europe.
...aren't you Germany. Not only did the German's thrash us at our own game in the World Cup but now they're doing a damn fine job of analysing the problems with the England team as Thomas Mueller says there's too many alpha males.
...Chris. Lot of people reaching Toxic Web after searching for "Chris Waddle rant" not to find it. Thy're just finding mentions of Chris Waddle and the mental block after 1990 which means he is unable to say the word penalty. Or that classic rant from a QPR fan.
...his due yesterday. With my usual disgruntled post about Spurs and my congrats to Moose I forgot a post about Paul Newman who died aged 83.
...as a Mexican. He wasn't exactly the best actor in the world and ever so slightly barmy but Chuck Heston was in some memorable flicks through the years.
It's bad enough McClown is even thinking of picking Beckham but to fly out to L.A. to watch a charity match to asses his fitness takes the grinning ginga muppet's stupidity to a new level, along with the F.A. that sanctioned and paid for the trip.
Was this picture of Keira Knightley I saw an indication of her next role in a typical Hollywood remake of a classic piece of British horror schlock?
Is it possible for Hollywood to come up with a new idea and not just remake old classics