Friday 3 July 2009
Laughing in The Absence of Football
It's been a while since I have updated my blog and that is good as it means I am busy and solvent rather than sitting on my arse on Twitter all day making no money. A lot has happened since I last wrote:
Glastonbury has come and gone with Bruce Springsteen blowing everyone else out of the water with an absolutely storming set. Michael Jackson and Farrah Fawcett died with the formers demise heralding a deluge of sick jokes to phones and in boxes around the world. I wouldn't like jokes circulating if one of my family died so ''piss off with your sick jokes whoever the hell creates them''. Just not good enough, have at least some respect. I mean, I didn't care for Michael Jackson's music and antics, but hell I am not going to laugh about it. I was also sad to hear of my favourite ''Charlie's Angel's'' passing. I grew up with them and may she rest in peace along with Jacko.
With the drought of any sort of Arsenal signings and happenings, I have been able to smile a few times lately. Our old friends at Shite Heart lane are always good for a laugh so lets laugh about them. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. I was listening to Talk Sport the other night and they had Dermot Gallagher(or was it O'Leary....no it was Gallagher) in the studio. They were beginning a phone in show regarding the standard of refereeing in the Prem. It was not long before one of those lillywhite twats reared its ugly head, the first caller in fact.....and the second. I had a good laugh at them but had to switch off as I didn't want to have to listen to the third one that would inevitably come. I laughed and laughed as the first guy whined on about how the ref lost them a place in Europe when they played the Mancs. zzzzzzzzzz Who cares? No one is listening!!!
An unexpected laugh was chuckled today as I discovered Michael Owen has joined Man U. I think Demento has really excelled himself this window. Sell Diver and Tevez, buy Valencia and Owen. Who will be next? Ian Rush? ''Hey Fergie! Sylvestre still has some legs''. Seriously though, Owen was past his best some time ago and he will never get that pace back that he so relied on. I reckon this is a poor signing but I guess time will tell.
I am not mentioning poker this time as i'm afraid it hasn't generated one bit of laughter for me for a long time. I am having an extended break from the felt but will probably read some books and take it from there. Good weekend to you all and please feel free to follow any links on the page and buy some expensive items- it helps put food on my table :)))