I like short songs…but I love long ones too.

It’s strange. I always tend to think that I like short films the best (85 – 100 minutes) but some of the best films go on for ages. The full five and a half hour version of ‘Carlos’ or the nine and a half hours of ‘Shoah’ would take some beating for awe-inspiring astonishment. I…

#PsychologyASong & #InternetAFilm

– Jung Guns (Go For It!)’ by Wham! – Freud-day, I’m In Love’ by The Cure – Dean Martin’s ‘Repressed Memories Are Made Of This‘. – Oedipus ‘N’ Boots‘ by Adam Ant. – Jung, Gifted and Black‘ by Big Daddy (Complex) Kane. – Jung Americans‘ by David Bowie. – ‘I’m Gonna Brain Wash That Man Right Out Of My Hair‘ by…

#TrumpAFamousQuote

– The Trump administration is lies 24 times a second. – Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to appoint Ben Carson to a cabinet position.. – My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you: ask what you can do for your…tiny-handed antichrist. – I feel the need…….The need for….golf….

Thoughts on watching Bristol City 4 Huddersfield Town 0

Huddersfield didn’t turn up. Even Rotherham were a more convincing team when they played at Ashton Gate. Maybe they were put off after their man got crocked so badly and we had a 14 minute delay? Similar thing happened the other day when RB Leipzig, second in the Bundesliga, got beaten by relegation threatened Wolfsburg…

‘Money Changes Everything’changes into ‘The Right Stuff’

A great song-writer, Johnny Marr; one of the very best. He could/can channel ‘the ecstatic’ from dance music and make it manifest within guitar music instead. In 1986, he had a tune called ‘Money Changes Everything’ that perhaps was awaiting Morrissey’s lyrics but ended up on a B-side to ‘Bigmouth Strikes Again’ Then, as The Smiths…

Bristol City 0 Burton Albion 0

Nonsensical foolishness at Ashton Gate today, a real festival of ineptitude. Lee Tomlin rugby-converted the Bristol City penalty into the crowd, or perhaps even into low Earth orbit, but Burton Albion’s Lloyd Dyer’s open goal miss was something quite bonkers. The ball came in from the right-wing, low and hard, daisycutter-style. Dyer, maybe two yards…

But what if you still go down, Leicester?

Miracle-worker, Claudio Ranieri, got his long-in-the-post sacking from Leicester City on Thursday night. There is this idea that the league table never lies at the end of the season but perhaps Leicester City’s travails beat the polygraph and I don’t think that they were the first to do that either. Manchester United’s last season under Alex Ferguson saw…