One-Liner Wednesday: Recycling

“There are plenty of ruined buildings in the world, but no ruined stones”  – Hugh McDiarmid (1892-1978), Scottish poet, journalist and essayist – – – – – – – – – – – One-Liner Wednesday 15 August 2018 Advertisements

One-Liner Wednesday: Days Between

“Magic is what we do, music is how we do it”  – Jerry Garcia (born 1 August 1942)  – – – – – – – Okay, I freely admit to having lifted this from the official Grateful Dead website, but hey. One-Liner Wednesday 1 August 2018

Song Lyric Sunday: Speak – ‘Queen Jane Approximately’

“And you want somebody you don’t have to speak to” Pink Floyd’s ‘Speak To Me’ – the beginning of ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’ – was my knee-jerk response to Helen’s theme for this week’s Song Lyric Sunday. However, it’s a bit of a stretch to describe those few spoken lines as ‘lyrics’, so I…

One-Liner Wednesday: Past The Halfway Mark

“You and I have memories/longer than the road that lies ahead”   – ‘Two Of  Us’, by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon & McCartney), from the album ‘Let It Be’ – – – – – – – Last week’s One-Liner was about the future, so in the interests of editorial balance here’s one about the…

One-Liner Wednesday: Plus ça change

“I have seen the future and it is very much like the present. Only longer”  – from ‘The Profit’, by Kehlog Albran* – – – – – – * being a parody of the sanctimonious tosh that is Kahlil Gibran’s ‘The Prophet’. One-Liner Wednesday 11 July 2018