"That's another of those irregular verbs, isn't it?
I give confidential briefings,
he is being prosecuted under section 2a of the official secrets act".
I do apologise if you don't find these as funny as me. Please bear with me. it seems summer is very definitely over, in the evenings this week it has started to feel decidedly autumnal
The first was the Greenwich comedy Festival
Unfortunately my mate Simon Champ (onthe left)
he clearly makes the rest up, which is insanely brave when faced with a 2000+
The other things I wanted to write about seem to have got swallowed up in all this philosophy, for yesterday (saturday) one of my old Uni housemates (Matt Hancock)
'It's great being a Pom in Australia right now FACT' Too right, I hate to sound unsporting, but they've been doing it to us for years.
The final thing if anyone's still reading is on friday night I went to a charity music gig at the Dome called Rockwell
and a couple of the lads from Supergrass, Gaz
Highlights for me were Tom Jones who sang Sex Bomb and Its not Unusual, he looked so comfortable on stage even with his Grey hair. Razorlight were as usual awesome led by Jonny Borrell, known as an arrogant man. I'm afraid if I were him I'd be arrogant, he has a great voice and is clearly a talented musician and he's been linked to some fairly good looking women, it's time to shamelessly admit that I hate the b*stard. Jealously'll get me nowhere but I'm only human.
Ex Led Zepplin frontman Robert Plant was probably the highlight of the Night, he's still got an incredible voice and despite partying in the same style as Keith Richards he doesn't look like a mouldy scarecrow, he looks like he's growing old with some dignity. Lulu also started proceedings off with Shout! (what else). Basically a star-spangled night that we all enjoyed. The Dome is a great venue, even if it has in the past been let down by it's clientele (ie you're never more than 5 yards from an episode of Trisha) but thankfully a lot of chavs were probably put off by the quality of the lineup. I'm sure the Charity (Nordoff Robbins who fund music therapy did very well. Being a recipient of Music Therapy in hospital I would say it's a worthy cause.