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White Line Fever

Am I the only one to see traces of the fat line of cocaine this dude just snorted? Don’t do drugs, boys and girls, it’s a nasty habit. 7 more words


NEW JOB: I Will be a Baker

This one’s short and sweet.

I’ve got a new job, a new direction, and soon, a new body clock.

I’ve handed in my notice at Verden, not because I’m not happy, but because I realised that I didn’t enjoy the pressure of ‘service’ and having to accurately time when my cod fillet and sea-veg would be ready. 101 more words

I WIll Be A Life

June: a lesson learned ...

As world cup fever gripped the nation, Violaine and I decided it would be apt to pay homage to the tournament’s host at this month’s dinner. 912 more words


[Indie]: Blake Mills - If I'm Worthy

If you deem yourself to be rock literate, then you surely have heard of Blake Mills. This guitar virtuoso is pretty much unknown to the general public, but praised by some of the best musicians of all time like Jackson Browne or Eric Clapton (the latter actually told Rolling Stone Magazine that Mills was the last guitarist he heard that he thought was phenomenal). 30 more words


May: alfresco lovelies

Another month, another fantastic dinner… I’m starting to run out of ways to express how brilliant this whole thing is, and how grateful I am to all our guests for being so lovely and adventurous, and most of all to Anna, the co-hostess with the mostess and flowers everywhere. 598 more words


Ginger Baker and Old School Phonographs

I was surfing the latest Netflix offerings and noticed a new one: Beware Mr. Baker. Turns out the title comes from a sign posted outside Ginger Baker’s South African Home. 987 more words

Free Association

It was "Badge" that did it

The legend is that Clapton had to be carried into the Denver Coliseum — I’m assuming that was for the first of the two shows he did that night. 365 more words