I am on the edge of a cricket pitch. I am spending a lot of time of the edge of cricket pitches lately. Thus, I decided I would take my laptop with me today and scribe some moving tribute to Michael Douglas who I am assuming will soon be found with a machete buried in his head.
However with usual incompetence I have forgotten both my mouse AND my glasses. To me this like being a chef without a spoon or a politician without an expenses form, or in the case of Michael Douglas probably without a life. Very soon.
So I end this post now by simply saying: God Bless you, Michael. It was a good life till you opened your gob (on all accounts.)
That's it. It's taken about an hour to do this without typos. I've had enough I'm heading to the bar.
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
One of My Shortest Posts Ever
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