Two geniuses

 

It’s all very well me swanning off to China (see flurry of posts since 14th March) and Germany, but one has to keep up with the domestic news. OK, the Windrush affair is shameful, but on a lighter note:

  • The imminent departure of Arsène Wenger from Arsenal has finally produced the tributes he deserves (for his classy send-off, see here). Football will never see his like again. And if you haven’t noticed my post on Daoist football, then DO!
  • And meanwhile in the snooker, the gorgeous and inspired Ronnie is back in action!!! I’m getting this in early (his next match is on Friday), as one never knows, but beholding him is always a thing of magic. Whether or not he progresses further, here’s my occasional reminder that you just have to watch his 147 maximum break from 1997—I will accept no excuses.

And I have another episode of Cunk in Britain to catch up on too!

2 thoughts on “Two geniuses

  1. Dear Steve, I am always happy to watch Cunk on Britain and think that there is at least one other person watching- ie you. She reminds me of my 11 year old nephew. Quite recently he went to the Transport Museum with my brother. Stan said “Horse-drawn buses? Now there’s a drawing I’d like to see”. And many years ago when he was about 6, he revealed that he had been reading about Henry the Eighth and had many facts at his finger-tips. He related his dates etc and then said, “And I know what his surname was. He was Henry Vee” (VIII, get it?) x Frances

    On 24 April 2018 at 09:09, Stephen Jones: a blog wrote:

    > StephenJones.blog posted: ” It’s all very well me swanning off to China > (see flurry of posts since 14th March) and Germany, but one has to keep up > with the domestic news. OK, the Windrush affair is shameful, but on a > lighter note: The imminent departure of Arsène Wenger ” >

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