We're taking a bit of a breather while the world rearranges its underpants. Meanwhile, the other blog is here.

Monday, March 29, 2010


I think that, even more than the irritation spectacle of the movement of bits of paper or the daily illustration of the ineffectuality of our managers, the single biggest cause of upset regarding T.Aldous' daily doings is the sheer bloody cruelty of it. He means well, and has meant well, and for all his faults and foibles he doesn't really deserve this protracted tragicomedy.

Well, he's back in again today. Let's hope it's just a quickie.


Macy said...

T Aldous does QUICKIES??
Methinks I missed something on earlier postings!

Barlinnie said...

Sweet jumping jaysus, have I missed the reinstatement of the legendary T. Aldous?

Gadjo Dilo said...

Who's being cruel to whom? I thought T.Aldous was the author of this protracted tragicomedy - now I also wonder if I've missed something on earlier postings :-(

Kevin Musgrove said...

Macy: NOOOOO!!!! Don't even think about it!!!

Jimmy: don't worry, he's gone. He just doesn't know it.

Gadjo: in his way, yes he is, but any one of the people paid to manage the service could have made some attempt to nip the delusion in the bud.