This has been sitting in an archive on my desktop for a couple of months (#7701894).
It’s the last weekend of the English Premiere League and Lique 1. I’m drafting a recap of the campaign, and the status of all my clubs, but waiting for the Continue Reading →
I’m still listening to the soundtrack from BELLE and discovering tracks like this.
Oblatis adquiesco salve honore Dei(1) Dinner with a Long Spoon by Francis X. Maier (The Catholic Thing) “We have the privilege and the obligation to make our country better through Continue Reading →
(1) TfL Launches Limited Edition Elizabeth Line Oyster Cards (Londonist) I tried to find one this AM ten days before the line opening. I tried Green Park on the Piccadilly, Continue Reading →
There is a painting at the National Railway Museum in York by Abraham Solomon titled ‘First Class: The Meeting, 1855’ highlighted in ‘Railways for Ever!’ which is narrated by Sir Continue Reading →
(1) Kudlow: This is the key to economic recovery (Fox Business) “As I said last evening, Powell was the non-Volcker. The Fed institutionally will never admit its mistakes and Jay Continue Reading →
(1) When will the Elizabeth line open? (Metro)
I was in Portsmouth on Saturday for Pompey versus Gills. Portsmouth is owned by former Walt Disney chief executive Michael Eisner¹. Gillingham is in a League One relegation battle that Continue Reading →
(1) This is from The Cathedrals of England by Alec Clifton-Taylor: Armature: A metal framework, in the Middle Ages always of iron, introduced into a large untraceried window to support Continue Reading →
“Grey towers of Durham, Yet well I love thy mixed and massive piles. Half church of God, half castle ‘gainst the Scot, And long to roam these venerable aisles, With Continue Reading →
When I left Cambridge this morning it wasn’t snowing or as cold as it was on Palm Sunday 1461 in Towton. The placard for the White Horse Inn on the Continue Reading →
“This battayl was sore foughten, for hope of life was set on every parte and takynge of prisoners was proclaimed as a great offence, by reason whereof every man determined Continue Reading →
A quote from the The Brothers York by Thomas Penn: “The fog lent the fighting a more desperate edge than usual. Hand-gunners and archers fired at the invisible enemy at Continue Reading →
“When a sieve is shaken, the husks appear; so do one’s faults when one speaks. As the test of what the potter molds is in the furnace, so in tribulation Continue Reading →