SIGN UP

10ClarionSt

1 to 20 of 1519

1 2 3 4 Next Last

Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
Well, we didn't get any coverage on the beeb, despite being quite near the front of the parade. We were E17, but the coverage jumps from E12 to E21. Ah well, at least we were there to remember....
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
Further to my post yesterday, I am reliably informed that our group will be in the first column to march off, which is quite an honour, as we are usually near the back of the last column. We might...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
This Sunday I shall be marching past The Cenotaph in London at the RBL Festival of Remembrance along with thousands of others, one of which will be our site favourite, Baldric, who is a former Royal...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
Let me say I'm not trying to trivialize anything about this but I think the coverage has been too excessive. It's really sad what happened and we can only wait to see what repercussions this has for...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
Isn't it amazing when booking a holiday, how many times the person taking the booking says "oh I've been there. Stayed in the same hotel". Or does it just happen to me? I also noticed when I went to...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
Which English team is the only one that is unbeaten so far? Which English team has the most points in the Champions League so far? Which English team has had loads of gleeful criticism so far?...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
When connecting to wi-fi, there is usually a list of possible connections to choose from. Having selected your preferred connection, is it possible to see, via that connection, what other devices are...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
I'm reminded of it by a programme tonight called "Impossible Builds". But the one I'm trying to remember was on many years ago. I think it was BBC2 on a Friday night about a man who lived in Newcastle...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
Does this have any relevancy? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvYuoWyk8iU&feature=player_embedded_uturn...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
...where the kids are performing Bohemian Rhapsody - what's it all about? I don't get it. Wouldn't you rather they just cut prices instead of spending lots of money on costly, baffling commercials?
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
I've seen a notice a few times at the side of the motorway saying "Picking up your litter is putting workers lives at risk". If the employers are aware of that fatal risk, why do they ask their staff...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
...................did footpaths become footways? When and why did manhole covers become ironworks? What was wrong about them? Was there anything wrong with them?...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
...........when the umpire shows a jumper and a cap to the scoreboard? Or is he just saying "Look at this lot I've got to put up with"? Any comments?...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
I just saw this on TV at the funeral of Jimmy McIlroy. I know people mean well and are showing their appreciation, but it just doesn't seem right to me to be applauding a coffin. I know. It's not the...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
On one of the universitys' instructions to exam candidates, it said: A student who is pregnant should inform the head invigilator before his/her examination begins. Clever stuff, eh? :o)...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
A great performance yesterday from Brighton. Mourinho said Utd made too many mistakes, which was correct but he should have added that Brighton forced those mistakes out of Utd. Utd couldn't handle...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
....but we know what she meant. On BBC R5L Sport report, the girl said that "..the first test against India kicks off today.." Really? What does she know that we don't?!!...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
No let up from the over spill of the ball valve issue. I got the "hoover round the bed" treatment from Mrs. Clarion yesterday. It's still my fault!...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
After the plumber had repaired our leaking toilet cistern on Thursday (he replaced the ball valve), it started overflowing. I had to twist it to stop it flushing. Then it wouldn't re-fill, unless I...
Avatar Image
10ClarionSt
I always enjoyed trying to do The Sunday Times Prize Crossword, until they changed the setter. It was always set by a lady called Barbra something. Can't remember her surname. But when she retired, I...

1 to 20 of 1519

1 2 3 4 Next Last