Sunday, July 19, 2009


Any of you looking for issues of Mojo? I’ve got a couple of large piles (no oitment quips, thanks!) of the blighters and if there are no takers then they’re going to the recycle-toir. The attempt I made to offload them on the message board of that very mag garnered exactly no response so this is my final attempt. I don’t want anything for ‘em other than maybe postage but even that is negotiable. I’d much rather they went to a good home. Next for the high jump is a box of issues of The List that I simply don’t require any more. The trick would of course have been to realise this prior to their stacking up but those who know me realise that I can be really slow on the uptake sometimes.

And as the UK slowly winds down ahead of being towed out to the middle of at the Atlantic to be sunk, the latest bullshit activity to affect the lowly citizens of this backwater is a postal strike. At a time when we're all getting rogered to some degree on the monetary front, this is just the latest in a long line of aggravating activities. Not for the greater good because I quite honestly believe that the fuckers whose attention they're trying to get couldn't care less. They’re looking for excuses to ixnay the life support. That includes any so-called government because they've proven time and again that they can't find their collective bahookie orifice with a funnel.

Still, that’s not getting things done on this end is it? I’m off to do my ironing to the strains of North Fork Sound then I’ll be raising the rafters with the new Riverdales and looking at these NBT scans to see what, if anything, can be done with them.

4 comments:

angel corpus christi said...

hey thanks 4 that funnel tip. i'd been looking 4 my bahookie and couldnt find it anywhere. then i tried the funnel! eureka!

Lindsay Hutton said...

Aye, the funnel tip is almost alays succesful. Unless you're in government or some other such supposed strata of alleged authority where the jobsworth reigns.

Lindsay Hutton said...

or always, even...

Anonymous said...

I'm quite happy 2 take them off you're hands if they need a new home...But I don't want to take them without some sort of return gift...??