24 Nov 2015

And Then A Little Extra….

So Mr Osborn-Yesterday has 'found' just a tad short of four billion to inject{?} into the NHS. How spooky is that after last nights post? Sadly, it's newly found kelly and not a chunk from elsewhere. Does it matter where it's coming from? None of its real money is it?

This announcement has, however, been welcomed by all NHS executives and senior management who are now busy playing pick a big number for their next pay self-awards.

And now run, sorry, walk slowly and safely upstairs, firmly holding the banister with at least one hand, don your leathers… no you won't need the handcuffs or whips this time, and click here to whizz round the Isle of Man TT course courtesy, once again, of Ripper.

Ripper my friend, for a pleasant few winter evenings project, why don't you get Acid Express, a loop pack and put a version to music? Leave the original with the roar of the beasts for the purists of course.

At the risk of repeating myself as I'm wont to do, it's great fun and so damn easy to use; just drag an' drop an' stretch an' fade an' copy an' paste an' such, that even I, with the musical acumen of a tomcat locked outside on a freezing winters night,  can glue  this soundtrack together, so imagine what you could do.

Before that link I was going to say, 'Here's one I prepared earlier.' which, whilst, still in my head, reminded me of one of the first cooking programs on TV featuring Fanny and Johnnie  Cradock. Remember them? Remember the classic show with Fanny making doughnuts? Remember Johnnies program closing comment? "And I hope all your doughnuts come out looking like Fannies." Ah, those were the days - and may I humbly point you to another moment of early BBC beauty under Stuff You May Like – the clip from the children's program Movement to Music. Trust me, you WILL laugh out loud.

Quote;  Steve Martin.

"Talking about music is like dancing about architecture."

             An old one;

Guy walks into a shop.
"Y'all got one of them Marshall Hiwatt AC30 amplificatior thingies and a Gibson Strato Blaster geetar with a Fried Rose tremulo?"
"You're a drummer, aren't you?"
"Yeah! How'd you know?"
"This is a travel agents."

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