Archive for February, 2020

Friday 28th February 2020

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Thursday 27th February 2020

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on February 27, 2020 by bishshat


Jet, Jet, Jet
I can almost remember their funny faces
That time you told them you were going to be marrying soon
And Jet, I thought the only lonely place was on the moon
Jet, Jet, Jet
Was your father as bold as the sergeant major?
Well how come he told you that you were hardly old enough yet?
And Jet, I thought the major was a lady suffragette


Wednesday 26th February 2020

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Tuesday 25th February 2020

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Monday 24th February 2020

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Sunday 23rd February 2020

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on February 23, 2020 by bishshat

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Saturday 22nd February 2020

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on February 22, 2020 by bishshat

Chelsea 2 Spurs 1

On the ground where Lampard and Mourinho enjoyed such happy times together, the former Chelsea boss was serenaded with chants of “You’re not special anymore” from the home fans. Antonio Rudiger’s late own goal gave Spurs hope they did not deserve but the Blues held on to move four points clear of their London rivals in fourth place.


Chelsea could have won by more after dominating the game against a Spurs side that should have finished with 10 men after Giovani Lo Celso’s hideous foul on Cesar Azpilicueta.

Somehow VAR David Coote failed to decree that Lo Celso should have been sent off early in the second half but by then Chelsea were already two ahead.

Mourinho dropped Dele Alli to the bench after his midweek tantrum but the visitors were even more disappointing than they had been against RB Leipzig.

But Lampard’s decision to recall ex-Arsenal man Giroud for a game against the Gunners’ North London rivals paid off in spades.

The Frenchman’s initial shot was saved by Hugo Lloris and Ross Barkley hit the post with his follow-up. But Giroud, who was a target for Spurs in the January transfer window, lashed the ball home at the near post.

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Spurs were second best all over the pitch and fell further behind when Alonso rounded off a lovely move with a 20-yard shot just after the break.
Spurs midfielder Giovani Lo Celso somehow escaped a red card for this apparent stamp on Cesar Azpilicueta


Substitute Tammy Abraham had the chance to make it three and Alonso hit the bar with a free kick before Lamela’s attempted pass struck Rudiger and wrongfooted Willy Caballero. You could feel the nerves around Stamford Bridge. When referee Michael Oliver called to an end four minutes of stoppage time, the roar was of relief as much as triumph.

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Friday 21st February 2020

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


The Boxer extra verse 

Simon and Garfunkel 

Now the years are rolling by me
They are rockin’ evenly.
I am older than I once was,
And younger than I’ll be.
That’s not unusual;
No, it isn’t strange:
After changes upon changes
We are more or less the same;
After changes we are more or less the same.



Thursday 20th February 2020

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

The date is 20022020


Salome danced for Paddy, taking off her seven veils.
Salome said, “Maloney, that’s a trick that never fails.”
Malone put Salome’s oily clothing in a sack.
“I’ll run along now to the pawn, and bring your bundle back.”
“Ah kiss me love, and miss me love
And dry your bitter tears.
My loving you’ll remember now
For many, many years.
Be happy love, be satisfied, I left you in the pink.
There’s many a man that wants a bride.
Maloney wants a drink.”


Shine On You Crazy Diamond

Pink Floyd

Remember when you were young, you shone like the sun.
Shine on you crazy diamond.
Now there’s a look in your eyes, like black holes in the sky.
Shine on you crazy diamond.
You were caught in the crossfire of childhood and stardom, blown on the steel breeze.
Come on you target for faraway laughter, come on you stranger, you legend, you martyr, and shine!

You reached for the secret too soon, you cried for the moon.
Shine on you crazy diamond.
Threatened by shadows at night, and exposed in the light.
Shine on you crazy diamond.
Well you wore out your welcome with random precision, rode on the steel breeze.
Come on you raver, you seer of visions, come on you painter, you piper, you prisoner, and shine!


Wednesday 19th February 2020

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


Spurs 0 Leipzig 1

Timo Werner’s penalty left Spurs needing to produce another Champions League turnaround as RB Leipzig took charge of their last-16 meeting.

The striker’s 58th minute spot-kick proved the only goal of the game, earning the Bundesliga outfit a 1-0 win to take back to Germany for the second leg in three weeks’ time, though in truth Jose Mourinho may be relieved that his side are not facing more of a deficit.

With Son Heung-Min joining Harry Kane on the Spurs injury list, Lucas Moura was chosen to lead the line with support from Dele Alli, while Gedson Fernandes was deployed on the right of a four-man midfield.

Julian Naglesmann was without star centre-half Dayot Upamecano because of suspension, but there was a start for Ethan Ampadu in midfield, only his second for the club since arriving on loan from Chelsea last summer.


The visitors were almost ahead inside two minutes when wing-back Angelino, on loan from Manchester City, rattled onto the post via the knee of Hugo Lloris, while Steven Bergwijn had what would prove a rare glimpse of goal at the other end, denied by a smart stop from Peter Gulacsi.

Patrick Schick headed just wide from a corner before Werner wasted the best chance of the first-half, toe-poking straight at Lloris after taking too long to get the ball out of his feet when in on goal.

Gulacsi was called into action again at the start of the second half, getting down well to push clear after Lucas had deflected Serge Aurier’s cross towards goal, but shortly before the hour mark, it was the hosts that found the breakthrough they deserved.

Ben Davies was the guilty party, sucked in as Konrad Laimer cushioned the ball past him leaving referee Cuneyt Cakir no choice but to point to the spot, and Werner stepped up to arrow home.


It should have been two moments later when Werner’s wonderful dummy gave Schick a glorious opening but the Czech international sidefooted too close to Lloris.

Mourinho’s response was to switch to a back three, sending on Tanguy Ndombele and Erik Lamela and pushing Bergwijn up alongside Lucas, and the change of shape prompted some improvement.

And had it not been for the excellent Gulacsi they would have had a leveller, the former Liverpool stopper springing to his right to tip Giovanni Lo Celso’s free-kick onto the post.

So Spurs will need another Champions League comeback if they are to reach the quarter-finals. Leipzig have a 1-0 lead to take into the second leg in three weeks’ time.