Author: nfhere

BBC Bashing and Brilliant Bits

It’s been a while, how are you all doing? Glad to hear it. Well today has been all about the BBC and the amount it pays it’s top people and how there isa VERY clear gender pay gap. I don’t think the BBC should have been forced to reveal these details and it’s clear they are on less than those… Read more →

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Dan and the Kettle

Dan was not happy at the recent developments in the world. He felt powerless to act upon the rage that had been building first with Brexit, then Trump-o-gedon and now, his kettle had decided to give up the ghost and no longer heat anything inside to a reasonable temperature.   He typed in a tweet about how things come in… Read more →

Hi, this is blog calling

Hello!?!?!? Hello Blog Hi NFHere How are you doing? I am not bad, plodding along. How’s life with you? You know mustn’t grumble. What? Why? I thought that’s why you have me This is true, I have used you to vent. I just don’t feel like it much. There seems to be so much crap in the world, my moaning would… Read more →

This is not normal

My plan for today’s post was to link to the Last Week Tonight video but sadly, it’s not available in the UK so it would seem pointless to even try. It was essentially slating Trump and how the country in which Mr Oliver now lives, could elect  ‘A (Ku Klux) Klan-backed misogynist internet troll will deliver the next State of… Read more →

Bernard Herrmann

His scores have taken on a life of their own away from the movies they were meant to accompany. Play someone the music from the Psycho shower sequence and people will know the mood you are trying to convey. Bernard Herrmann’s music has transcended movies and for me become something more. Often filled with dark brooding tones and often heavy… Read more →

Euro-Trip 1995

Way back in the spring of 1995 myself and a good friend at the time decided we would take some time out before he started Uni and I went to college and have a little road trip.  We ended up driving a red ford escort down to Greece and back over a period of 2 months. We had hoped to… Read more →