A photograph done for a prospectus when I was Chief Executive of BPP Law School back in 2005 – a law school I founded.
One of my favourite photographs.
I marvel… I do a fair bit of that these days…
A Pipe Band in the middle of Perth today
And the Statues in Loch Earn
Simon Castell, who runs East Park Communications, publishes an extensive range of Local Law Society magazines. They are interesting, a good read and a good way of keeping up to date with your local Law Society.
You may look at all the other Law Society magazine here
Chess is by far my favourite game these days. I have several chess boards, including a glass board with glass pieces. I play Chess against the iMac Computer on the very clever electronic chess game which comes with iMacs.
I thought a creazzione using wooden board, some gold, brown, black and purple paint and some small balls stuck on with glue and paint would keep me amused. It did.
One would need to have had a fair bit to drink to make a story like this up. I marvel at the human condition sometimes…
Meanwhile in Cloud Cuckooland...“Jeremy Corbyn and his team threaten Richard Branson with nationalisation and further regulation in wake of ‘traingate’ CCTV.”
Corbyn is becoming ever more absurd. Unelectable.
I can only marvel – as a Labour voter of 40 years. I thought Gordon Brown was odd and Ed Miliband was a bit odd. Corbyn baffles me.
Does The Labour Party have any sensible non-odd, MPs? They must have, surely?
Is Mr Corbyn on a Mission from God to destroy The Labour Party? Seems to be doing a pretty good job of it. I thought that The Tories were supposed to do that?
A couple of topical tweets on TrainGate