I’ve washed my hands of that last post and think it’s time to see what else has has been occurring in this oddly-shaped bluish planet we choose to inhabit.
I notice that the Dalai Lama has moved on from tribute bands and is again seeking one-ness with his followers for his forthcoming foray into the world of bull fighting:
The Dalai Lama got me thinking about Tribute Bands recently and I’ve been looking for some names that might work. So far I’ve got: Boney Eminem, Bob Marley and the Wurzels, AC/DC Bee Gee, The Beach Boyzone, Peter, Paul & McCartney, Johnny Clash, Led Zeppelindisfarne, Emerson, Justin Timberlake and Palmer, Dire Rea, Crosby, Stills and Gilbert O’Sullivan, Jefferson Zimmerframe, The Ungrateful Near-Dead, Gerry and his Pacemaker, Grey Sabbath and Blood, Sweat, Tears and putting your socks on. Let me know if you think of any good ones to add to the list.
We were out for dinner last night at a Cambodian restaurant which was all jolly tasty despite some dishes carrying unusual (for me anyway), names. Some of my favourite choices were; Ye-Heu Bumporng, Som-Law Ma-Ju Kroung-Kroeung Knoung and Mee Bumpong. I thought about going vegetarian (and that was before I saw the kitchen) but the dish I was considering listed the ingredients as; corn, bean sprouts, broccoli and collie. Well, that did it for me, they’re barking if they think I’m eating that. For a start it would be the end of the famed TV series One Man and His Dog. In the event it was all good but it could so easily have been like this place:
A cheap alternative to eating out would have been to order a pizza for home delivery but I find Pizza too heavy these days and frankly I was scared that a pizza too many might have that Domino effect:
Still I guess any of these options would be better than Sainsbury’s latest special.