I smoke 100 to 120 cigs a day. The ban will kill us.
If the fags don't get him first
A moving but scandalous story. Black Gold has extraordinary power. Guardin blog is here and a collection of film reviews.
Any Anglican Episcopal church with an image of The Transfiguration is asked to send a photo (scan) ASAP to the Editor, for use in our magazine.clearly Russell T Davies needs to work something into tonight's programme...
It's really mean when people say that Kats isn't an opera singer, She's made lots of opera albums. I think people ought to get their facts right before making baseless allegations motivated only by jealousy., I didn't spot this, but Kenneth Wood did! The Guardian obviously needs Italian lessons as to the significance of the blog writer - Mrs Senzatalento. If you go to WLKJ you'll see there's a petition for a damehood for KJ - sign now before it is too late!
And, suddenly, David knew that it was his destiny to do this forever: to check the faces of all he came across sprawled along benches, in doorways, on pavements, in gutters, just in case, just on the off-chance that one of them was Merlyn.Heady stuff in that context.
It was not Merlyn Orb.
But David got the money out anyway and placed it in the mittened palm, and closed the fist around it.
Because it was someone.
The early heretics were generally neither knaves nor fools but pious and passionate men, zealous for God, morally serious, scrupulously scriptural. They were very clever, but conventional, fetchers and carriers for the zeitgeist. Heretics like a “wrap”, and heresies are fastidiously neat and tidy, the product of minds stuck inside the box of common sense. “Consistency,” said Oscar Wilde, “is the last refuge of the unimaginative.” Unsurprisingly, then, heresy is aesthetically unattractive, even ugly.I never like my theology neat and tidy <grin>