Posts for the 1st June 2004 (2 entries)

Busy having fun

1st June 2004, late afternoon | Comments (28)

If he read my site (and he weren’t dead), Norris McWhirter, co-founder of the Guinness Book of Records, would be able to tell you that the thirteen days silence since my last post is not the longest time you lovely people have had to go sans Dunstan; that record stands at seventeen days, back when I first started this blog. Close, but no cigar…

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A quick note to the man standing beside me in the queue for the toilets last Saturday

1st June 2004, mid-afternoon | Comments (33)


I met you only briefly last weekend, but in that short time I ascertained that you are a dedicated follower of the mantra ‘prepare early’. There is no doubt that such a philosophy has its place in many aspects of life; any good tennis coach, for instance, will encourage his or her charges to “get the racquet back early and prepare”; and Domestic Goddess Nigella Lawson is always speaking of the need to prep things ahead of time. It’s common sense, and I applaud you for your dedication to this way of thinking…

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