Archive for January, 2020

Tuesday 21st January 2020

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on January 21, 2020 by bishshat

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Monday 20th January 2020

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on January 20, 2020 by bishshat

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Sunday 19th January 2020

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on January 19, 2020 by bishshat



Saturday 18th January 2020

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on January 18, 2020 by bishshat


Watford 0 Spurs 0

Spurs had Paulo Gazzaniga to thank for denying Troy Deeney from 12 yards as they escaped Vicarage Road with a point following a goalless draw on Saturday afternoon.

Spurs marked their fourth Premier League game without a victory, with Jose Mourinho’s side now winless in the top flight since beating Brighton on December 26.

The frustration was clear when Dele Alli threw an object to the ground in the dugout after being substituted.


After both teams wasted chances to score early in the second half, Spurs defender Jan Vertonghen gifted Watford a penalty when he deflected a shot from Troy Deeney with his arm while sliding in to block.


Deeney stepped up to take the spot-kick, which he hit powerfully but too close to goalkeeper Gazzaniga, who showed quick reactions to push it away.

Late substitute Ignacio Pussetto made a crucial intervention for Watford when he cleared the ball off the line in stoppage time in a scramble in the penalty area. Goal-line technology showed most, but not all, of the ball was over the line when Pussetto cleared.


Failing to beat relegation-threatened Watford is another blow to Spurs hopes of qualifying for the Champions League after reaching last season’s final.

With top scorer Harry Kane injured, Spurs haven’t scored in three consecutive League games. The front three of Heung-min Son, Lucas Moura and Erik Lamela were only a sporadic threat to Watford’s defense.

Watford made it six consecutive League games unbeaten under new manager Nigel Pearson.


Friday 17th January 2020

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on January 17, 2020 by bishshat




Wednesday 15th January 2020

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on January 15, 2020 by bishshat


To celebrate 20 years of my project The Field.

Make a piece of artwork that relates to The Field for its 20 year anniversary. In any medium, Photo, Paint, Sketch, cartoon, fabric, glass, lino cut, ceramic, music, poetry, performance, pottery, badge, clay. Anything you like. On Saturday August 15th

I will hold an exhibition of the work in The Field and online.

All are welcome.

I will post more info in April 2020. I am hoping it will be a special event.


20 years is a long time to make an idiot of myself alone.

IT MUST RELATE to The Field.

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Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo

Trey Parker

We all know of Rudolph and his shining nose
And we all know Frosty who’s made out of snow
But all of those stories seem kind of… gay
‘Cause we all know who brightens up our holiday

Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo
Small and brown he comes from you
Sit on the toilet here he comes
Squeeze him ‘tween your festive buns

A present from down below
Spreading joy with a “Howdy-Ho!”
He’s seen the love inside of you
‘Cause he’s a piece of poo

Sometimes he’s nutty
Sometimes he’s corny
He can be brown or greenish brown
But if you eat fiber on Christmas eve
He might come to your town!

Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo
He loves me, I love you
Therefore, vicariously he loves you!

I can make a Mr. Hankey too! (Pffffft)

Well Kyle where is he?
Ehh . He’s coming!
Come on dude, push!
Ehhhh… I’m Trying!
Wait, wait I can see his head!
Here he comes!

Howdy Ho!


I’m Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo
Seasons Greetings to all of you!
Let’s sing songs and dance and play
Now before I melt away.

Here’s a game I like to play
Stick me in your mouth and try to say
Howdy ho ho yum yum yum
Christmas Time has come!

Singers: Sometimes He’s runny
Sometimes he’s firm
Sometimes he practically water.
Sometimes he hangs off the end of your ass
And wont fall in the toilet
‘Cause he’s just clinging to your sphincter
And he wont drop off . and so you shake your ass around
And try to get it to drop in the toilet and finally it does.

Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo
When Christmas leaves he must leave too.
Flush him down but he’s never gone
His smell and his spirit linger on.

Howdy Ho!



Tuesday 14th January 2020

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on January 14, 2020 by bishshat


Spurs 2 Middlesbrough 1

For 45 minutes, an unwanted FA Cup replay looked like being the perfect tonic for Jose Mourinho’s stuttering Tottenham – but a late fightback from Middlesbrough will have concerned the Portuguese, even as his side progressed to the fourth-round with a 2-1 win on Tuesday.

A draw at Riverside on January 5 was an unwelcome outcome for Mourinho’s injury-hit squad, particularly given the Portuguese’s regular complaints about a lack of time to work with his players in training. But the Spurs manager will take positives from the re-match, not least valuable minutes in the legs of goal-scorers Giovani Lo Celso and Erik Lamela, who impressed.

The worry, as ever, was another shaky defensive performance, particularly from Davinson Sanchez and Japhet Tanganga, as George Saville’s late strike denied Mourinho only a second clean sheet in 14 matches in charge.


Boro’s limited first-half resistance on manager Jonathan Woodgate’s return to his former club ultimately saw Spurs book a fourth-round visit to Southampton, where they lost on New Year’s Day, on Saturday week.
Before the original clash, Mourinho revealed he had been inspired as a teenager by Ricky Villa’s brilliant solo goal in the 1981 FA Cup Final replay and it was his own Argentine playmakers who shone with cool finishes in the opening 15 minutes.

Lamela and Lo Celso were among five changes from the defeat to Liverpool which, while encouraging, left Mourinho with one win in his previous six matches. Jan Vertonghen, Eric Dier and Ryan Sessegnon also came in, with the latter in an advanced left-back role and 20-year-old Tanganga on the opposite flank, having impressed on his league debut on Saturday.
Lamela and Lo Celso had driven the side on after coming on for the final 20 minutes against Jurgen Klopp’s champions-elect and the latter should really have equalised on Saturday with a golden late chance.


If he was still stewing over that costly miss, Lo Celso did not have long to wait to make amends as he gave Spurs the lead following a gift by Mourinho’s former Real Madrid goalkeeper Tomas Mejias. Under pressure from Sessegnon, the Spaniard’s weak pass was intercepted by Lo Celso and the playmaker stepped inside to finish with a side-foot. The clock showed 1.56 seconds.
With Christian Eriksen also keeping his place behind auxiliary striker Lucas Moura, Spurs had no shortage of creativity but their defence continued to look vulnerable. Sanchez, impressive at the weekend, was particularly creaky and the visitors nearly equalised when the Colombian’s poor pass left Vertonghen in trouble, and Man City loanee Lukas Nmecha – making his first Boro start – forced a save from Paulo Gazzaniga after turning Tanganga.

It was Boro who were to gift-wrap another goal on 15 minutes, when captain Jonny Howson was robbed by Lamela, who burst pass two defenders and finished with the outside of his boot.
Sensing their technical superiority (and perhaps Spurs’ rich history of standout Argentinians in this competition), Lamela and Lo Celso began to take charge. Lamela fired over the bar and then played a one-two with Sessegnon, who fired just wide. On the opposite flank, Lo Celso and Tanganga combined, with the full-back an inch from his first Spurs goal with an effort beyond the far post.


Eriksen, criticised by Mourinho for his performance against Liverpool, threatened to get in on the act with a low free-kick, gathered by the twitchy Mejias.

After a passive first half, Woodgate would surely have fired-up his rotated side at the interval and Boro returned with renewed fight.

Lewis Wing, who had spent much of the first 45 chasing shadows, tested Gazzaniga with an impressive free-kick after Tanganga had handled and impressive right-back Djed Spence – a target for Spurs – helped Boro to earn a foothold down the flanks.

Sensing his side’s chances, Woodgate introduced George Saville, Marcus Tavernier and Rudy Gestede for the final 15 minutes and, even as Spurs’ threat on the counter-attack remained, Boro looked increasingly dangerous.

Saville, who impressed at the Riverside, came close with a 25-yard effort that skimmed the crossbar after 75 minutes and, when Boro’s goal came, it was predictably Sanchez at fault.

The Colombian had just shanked a cross out of play, prompting Mourinho to return to the bench with his head in his hands, and on 83 minutes he failed to deal with a high ball under pressure from Gestede. Sanchez’s header fell kindly for Saville and Tanganga offered no resistance as the midfielder fired low into the far corner past a despairing Gazzaniga.
Boro had another chance to equalise through Ashley Fletcher’s downward header but Spurs should really have wrapped up the win on the counter-attack, only for sub Dele Alli to fail to find a teammate.

Mourinho was left breathing a sign of relief at the final whistle, safe in the knowledge that Spurs remain in with a chance of winning the FA Cup for the first time since 1991. But familiar defensive problems remain for the manager, with a tricky trip to Watford to come on Saturday.