No Danielle - mine too.
Those interested are probably already aware of it but Colin Wilson of Captain Sunshine frame has a blog. Good especially as googles results are weight with the other CW. So much for an Outsider then.
Och! Certainly a case of me glad you're reading this stuff so I don't have to...
Congrats on the Shy broadcast. Unified Field Theory to follow...
I've a longstanding theory, based on witnessing other Yes listeners, that their attachment to the band was because it was their first encounter with prog and were never able to acknowledge their first love may not have been their best. Harsh I know but it's a common theme of those with much more than Yello under Y in their collections.
But in the interests of fairness, as you've shared, I'll take this opportunity to admit: The Wombles.
Yes: News Stand. Thanks Ian.
For anyone reading who are thinking that perhaps where Russell with this all, so might you and wouldn't early non-invasive treatment be better:
Kidney Health New Zealand
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Phone: (03) 353 1242
Fax: (03) 374 2176
Freephone: 0800 KIDNEY (0800 543 639)
'DHB trials device for kidney stones' (The Northern Advocate) has Whangarei Hospital trialling a laser lithotripter (as well as having ultrasound and electro-kinetic units). Anyone know how that works? Do they project from different direction to intersect on the stone or something?
And naturally, sick of reading it though you might be, I'm glad you've relief from the long and short-terms pain now Russell and all the best for your return to fighting fit.
Whenever I encounter these family names, whether relevant or not, I often remember: "Sally, or rather Sarah (for what young lady of common gentility will reach the age of sixteen without altering her name as far as she can?)" Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey.
Interview with Brian Priestley and Jeremy Wells, Mediawatch December 19, 2004 by one Russell Brown. For some reason I've 'Newsweek' lodged in mind as his earlier 'Fourth Estate' incarnation.
Michael Jackson: It must've often been often awful to be Michael Jackson for much of the last decade as the fantasy crumbled, ill-fated attempts to maintain it and the press waited for the next schadenfreude. And an early life that appeared to drive him into seeking the fantasy world. So rest in peace.
Michael Jackson's Science Fictional Life WARNING: Bad 80s costume at top of the page.
But with Christine Rankin and Richard Worth the case against included more than inexperience.