2008 and The Archives

FROM THE ARCHIVES
In which The Author contemplates the incompleteness of his life so far
In which The Author doesn’t see the finest sax player since Coltrane
3         SKIRTING THE ISSUE
In which The Author reveals his legs and inner thoughts
4         METAMORPHOSES
In which The Author fails to recognise an old friend
5         A LOAD OF CRAP
In which The Author examines the contents of his recycling bag
6         LEARNING DISABILITIES
In which The Author meets some children with ‘special needs’
7         A LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
In which The Author gets an email from an old friend
8         ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN
In which The Author reads a rather strange letter in the newspaper
9         LITE RACY RATS
In which The Author reads a worrying report in the newspaper
10       MERE COINCIDENCE…?
In which The Author ponders the deep structure of the Universe
11       A MYSTERIOUS BOOK
In which The Author receives an unexpected delivery
In which The Author recalls a New Year’s Eve in Carmarthen
In which The Author wonders what he has to do to get some privacy
In which The Author revisits the life and career of Jack Trevor Story
FEBRUARY 2008
In which The Author realises he spent far too much time watching bands when he was younger
16       BLOODY WOMEN!
In which The Author talks to one of a pair of twins
MARCH 2008
17       JUDGEMENT DAY
In which The Author experiences some technical difficulties
In which The Author has a letter printed in the regional newspaper
19        A LETTER TO THE EDITOR 2
In which The Author doesn’t have a letter printed in the local newspaper
20        A LETTER TO THE EDITOR 3
In which The Author writes the Letter of the Week in the regional newspaper
21        GRANOTECHNOLOGY
In which The Author coins a new word for an old phenomenon
In which The Author offers some life lessons to the next generation
23         THE POWER OF SUGGESTION
In which The Author plays a joke on a friend
MAY 2008
24         THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE
In which The Author is abducted by extraterrestrials
In which The Author goes on tour
In which The Author and his friends are the victims of an unfortunate misunderstanding
AUGUST 2008
In which The Author reminisces about his childhood home
28        APROPOS OF NOTHING…
In which The Author discovers an old song on YouTube
In which The Author takes a bus journey
SEPTEMBER 2008
In which The Author goes in search of physical and emotional stimulation
In which The Author has cause to question his life expectancy
In which The Author encounters a telephone ‘help’line
NOVEMBER 2008
33       WHAT’S IN A NAME?
In which The Author muses on changing fashions in children’s names
In which The Author buys a book
DECEMBER 2008
In which The Author is mentally tortured contrary to International Law
36      THE GREAT MIGRATION
In which The Author indulges his sweet tooth

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  1. Stephen….just read your ‘St Patricks Day Shambles’. What was you studying at Brunel? I along with two other members of Brunel University (John West & Tim Harris) have created a FB page covering the history of bands at Brunel…this all started after I decided to put together a video montage of photos bands I photographed in the 70’s for the university’s 50th anniversary celebrations (this can be found on our FB page).

    With your permission we’d like to share your memory of the above on our FB page ‘Brunel Bands’. My email is john.bates@brunel.ac.uk

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