|John (scouse) Hirons|
Membership Level: Full
|Skipping with gay (in a manly way) abandon down ’Life was better then lane’ here’s a peep of times gone by:|
1715 - James Stuart, the ’Old Pretender’, landed at Petershead after his exile in France. Good job he had a return ticket.
1716 - England’s first pantomime was staged in the Lincoln’s Inn Theatre, London.Oh no it wasn’t... Oh yes it was.
1880 - George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans) shuffled of this mortal coil
1949 - Robin and Maurice Gibb were born on the Isle of Man before moveing to Manchester, getting lost & ending up in Ozz.
1953 - UK’s first Xmas no.1 was "Here In My Heart" by Al Martino. Mind you it was the only record in the chart.
1989 - Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceauscescu was overthrown in a bloody coup. He was given a rousing send off, a group of men said goodbye to him by fireing their AK47’s.
2007 - Mike Pass was seen in a leafy midlands suburb franticly trying to buy Reindeer food.
I shall now go out with my 12 bore, well it is Robin hunting season.
A situation may be desperate but never serious