Posts Tagged ‘winter’

The Wet Office

04Jul16

All fortune tellers are crooks. No one can predict the future. If fortune tellers could really do this, at least one of them would have won the lottery by now. The most crooked fortune tellers of all work at the Met Office. They’re so crooked, they present their brand of mumbo jumbo as SCIENCE! Even […]


Howard Stern once said, “Most of the things I do are misunderstood. Hey, after all, being misunderstood is the fate of all true geniuses, is it not?” A recurring theme in my life is being misunderstood. Unlike Howard who was obviously talking about being misunderstood artistically, I am continually misunderstood by people in positions of […]


Have you ever found yourself asking what, to you, is a perfectly reasonable question but then realise that the person you’re asking thinks you’ve lost your mind? In early February 1997, Julie and I were about to leave the New South Wales Central Coast and move to England. Our car was being put on a […]