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Saturday, February 10, 2007

100 Worst Britons...Explained

In this age of mass entertainment, not gained by real achievement, talent or skill, but of celebrity, which is simply fame times exposure subtracted by notoriety, you'd think the worst choice to judge the 100 worst people in your country, would be the target audience who made those celebrities household names.

It's like handing the keys to the girl's locker room to Fonzi, and expecting him to lay off of Leather Toscadero (got that?).

In short, you don't allow those whose short-attention spans have been honed after a decade of instant news, and fast fame, to come up with a list like this.

It'll come out all screwy.

(Including its stark opposite, the 100 Greatest Britons -- a poll where respondents put Princess Diana above Charles Bloody Darwin and William Frikkin' Shakespeare. I mean, democracy is all very well, but popularity contests like these still stiff the smart kids in class, and credit the prom queens)

But, that's never stopped the progressive-leaning Channel 4 from doing anything, in the interests of edgy television.

These were the good people, after all, who were behind the Death of the President, that intellectual porno mockumentary about the "assassination" of President Bush.

And until the recent Big Brother implosion, they were going to feature a reality show called Virgin School, where a 40-year old ex-vicar was going to teach sex techniques to virgins in Amsterdam (all 3 of them).

And let's not forget Brookside! I don't think I need further comment.

So, for what it's worth, below are the people whom Britons in 2003 judged to be getting on the collective nation's tits.

This should be worth a laugh or two. I won't do all, but I'll do enough to give you a taste for whom Brits love to hate.

100 WORST BRITONS WE LOVE TO HATE

  1. Tony Blair (* 67th)
Obviously, number 1.

Tony Blair has gone from the New Labour wow-child of 1997, the great white hope of the anti-Establishment crowd, who had more rock star swoons than Barack Obama has at a Beverly Hills fundraiser, to being reviled by such worthies as ex-England Ashes captain, Freddie Flintoff, who publicly called him a "knob" during a Number 10 cocktail party, practically to Blair's face.

You know you're in trouble, when a cricketeer dismisses YOU for your lack of brains. And yes, it's all due to Iraq.

Well, mostly. No one likes his drunkard son Euan, either, who incidentally spent 3 months as an unpaid intern, working in Washington, D.C. for Congressman Richard Dreier (R-Cal). Never mind that Dreier is gay. He's A REPUBLICAN! 'Nuff said.


  1. Jordan
What? You say you've never heard of Jordan? Have I got a piccie for you.




If her chestal region and half-zonked facial expression was not enough to remind you of the late Anna Nicole Smith (RIP), maybe the fact that Jordan has had more lovers in her life, than Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan AND Britney Spears combined, will clinch it.

Of course, this particular ho's no dummy.

She knew that there have been one or two women of her buxom proportions and louche morals that had made it to Parliaments before, notably Cicciolina of Italy, so in 2001 she stood for the constituency of Stretford and Urmstron using her real name, with this catchy slogan:

'For a Bigger and Betta Future'

She lost. Shocking, I know.

...but not before she went to bed with 20 more footballers and had three more of their babies!

  1. Margaret Thatcher (* 16th)
Now we're getting to the motherlode of hate. Margaret Lady Thatcher. My childhood heroine.

The woman who had the eloquence of Winston Churchill, the balls of Golda Meir, and the temper of my ex-nanny, Mrs. Louise Hathaway (RIP).

When I was growing up, there was NO ONE, and I do mean NO ONE more hated than Maggie T. Hitler? No chance. Pol Pot? Piker. Stalin? You're having a laugh.

Margaret Thatcher wiped the floor with them, and only the current vitriol aimed towards the White House poodle, Blair, challenges her place atop the dungheap of disdain in Britain today.

#3? Obviously, the miners didn't ring up with enough votes to up her rightful place at Number 1.

  1. Jade Goody
Mix Puck of MTV Real World, add Amarosa of The Apprentice for deviousness, stir in a large dose of John Daly looks, and for good measure, shake David Duke in there, and wallah! you have Jade Goody.

Goody thought that the British city of Cambridge was in London. On being told that Cambridge is in East Anglia, or rather Goody's "East Angular", she assumed that this was abroad.

Goody also believed that Saddam Hussein was a boxer, and that Sherlock Holmes was the inventor of the toilet.

That's comedy gold, people.

She was like the prize pig one daren't kill before you fattened her up, the better to get a killer price for her, when she met her inevitable end.

I can't tell you much about her, as Jade Goody gained notoriety after I left Britain. And I count myself damn lucky, too.
  1. Martin Bashir
Oh God, yes. Annoying presenter of the Panorama programme on the BBC (like 60 Minutes, only more self-congratulatory), he's recently jumped ship to ABC in America, where apparently he's taken over Ted Koppel's gig.

Really? Never seen him. Anyway, very annoying and oily character. I wouldn't buy a Ford Pinto from him.
  1. Gareth Gates
No clue.
  1. Alex Ferguson

Foul-mouthed, blotchy complected, full of himself Glaswegian manager of the hated Manchester United football club, currently sitting atop the Premiership, after having been eclipsed in the 2000s by equally hated rivals, Chelsea FC and Arsenal.

The only thing to recommend Sir Alex Ferguson, is that he once told David Beckham that he was pussy-whipped by his no-talent, ugly wife, and that's God's honest truth.

  1. Ian "H" Watkins from Steps
Not interested.
  1. Geri Halliwell

Once my favourite Spice Girl, even though sweet Emma Bunton was the Tottenham supporter in the group.

We were all young and stupid once.

  1. Queen Elizabeth II (* 24th)

Oh, piss off. No one hates her or finds her annoying. Maybe her hats and funny accent, but not her 'er.

Anyway, as the Daily Star observed recently, "The Queen don't talk so posh no more". What more do the great unwashed want?

  1. Liam Gallagher

Self-destructive rockers and Britain go together like roast beef and Yorkshire pud.
  1. Chris Evans

He's an interesting case for foreigners.

Basically, he is known for being an ex-disc jockey, an ex-television presenter, having made a killing when Virgin Radio was sold, and being ginger.



It doesn't take much these days, does it?


  1. Victoria Beckham

See above. And yes, I liked her when she was a Spice Girl, too. I even watched Spiceworld at Leicester Square just because of her and Gerri Halliwell. And maybe a little Sporty, too.

Anyway, she's gone Hollywood long ago, and like the late Princess of Wales, she is not an usual kind of Englishwoman, in her love, nay reverence, for fashion, media frenzy, and wide-open private life.

Also, I have no idea which species of animal she belongs to. She's definitely got ferret in her, but perhaps some mongoose in there, as well.

I call that general Emerson Fittipaldi rat-like type of face, "Genus Yasser Arafat".

  1. Rik Waller

No clue. I think he's fat, though. He sounds fat.

  1. Anthea Turner

Ex-child show presenter once singed by flame when a stunt went wrong, à la Michael Jackson, who later became embroiled in a salacious tabloid brouhaha called, rather unimaginatively, Flakegate.

It's so that these days anything has -gate appended to it, and it sells millions of copies. Next.

  1. Bernard Manning

From a long line of foul-mouthed, race-baiting comedians, like Stan Boardman, of working-class origin.

If he didn't invent "a Chinaman, a greaseball Mexican, and a drunk Irishman walk into a bar" type jokes, he certainly perfected them. So to speak.

  1. Robbie Williams (* 77th)

Really? I like him. He's like Justin Timberlake, only Catholic and talented.

  1. Peter Stringfellow

The British Hugh Hefner.

  1. Neil and Christine Hamilton - 2 people

Too boring.

  1. Jim Davidson

Another comedian, albeit much-married (I believe it was Hayley Mills' venerable actor father who telegrammed him to ask on the occasion of his last marriage, "But will it last?").

This amount of comedians in the list shouldn't shock you about the British sense of humour.

It's not that they don't like funnymen. It's just that we have a very highly developed sense of talented versus utter rubbish. Davidson is somewhere in between.

  1. Charlotte Church

The Julie Andrews of her time, with all the same cloying goody-two-shoedness.

  1. Darren Day

No clue.
  1. Lady Victoria Hervey

Oh really? She must have taken over Tara Palmer-Tomkinson as Britain's top most socialite, It-Girl (well, next to Mohammed Al-Fayed's daughter, Camilla).

Think Paris Hilton, but with better coke connexions.

  1. HRH Charles, the Prince of Wales

See my post on our future sovereign, Up-Chuck.

  1. Anne Robinson

Americans might remember her as the icy-tongued quiz show presenter with the Darth Vader wardrobe.

Brits remember her for that, and because she was a Scouse drunk who lost her daughter in a bitter custody dispute with her powerful, journalist hubby. Bad move there, Anne.

  1. Edwina Currie

Heh. Poor Edwina Currie. Ex-MP, and former lover of PM John Major. Eww. Visual.

Actually, the final chapter on Edwina Curry had not been written by the time I left the UK, since I recently found out she's changed teams, and has been having an affair with an actress, who let slip publicly that, "Currie was spicy!".

You know, TMI.

  1. Chris Moyles
  2. Jamie Oliver
  3. Cliff Richard (* 56th)
  4. Max Clifford
  5. The 3AM Girls - 3 people

Not interested in these 5 above. Sorry. I'm not getting paid for this.

  1. Naomi Campbell

Slag.

  1. Simon Cowell

Bigger slag.

  1. Sara Cox

Inoffensive slag.

  1. Harry Potter

Queen slag!

  1. Tara Palmer-Tomkinson

Oh, here we go.





I recently mentioned on another blog that America has a hard time liking rich girls. They are uncomfortable with money that hasn't been earned but has been dropped in their laps like manna from heaven.

Well, in Britain it's more complicated. As long as the well-born girlie is pretty, or keeps a low-profile, or does charity work, they don't mind a girl with an "handle", or two.

But not these professional party-girl types. Don't they know there's a war on?

  1. James Hewitt

Look up "bounder" in the dictionary. You'll see his lined, ex-handsome mug staring back at you.

I still say Harry looks just like him, though.

  1. Andrew Lloyd Webber

HATE Les Miz. HATE Cats. HATE Jesus Christ Superstar. HATE Miss Saigon.

I don't care if he didn't do Miss Saigon. I'm blaming him for killing all real talent on the musical stage, anyway.

  1. Catherine Zeta-Jones

What's up with her accent? I mean, even for a Welsh girl.

  1. Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex

One of Andrew Lloyd Webber's closest friends, and the ex-teaboy of.

Read into that, what you will. I know I do.

  1. Tracey Emin

Plastic Artiste heralded as the female Damien Hirst (I thought that was still Damien Hirst?).

Amongst her contribution to world culture was an exhibition entitled My Bed, loaded with spent condoms and blood-stained underwear.

And let's not forget the tent-mural she made, called "Everyone I've Ever Slept With", which featured a collage of names of EVERYONE she has ever SLEPT with, geddit?



(These included her two aborted children...)

Whilst you're looking up James Hewitt in the dictionary, run an eye over to the S-section under scum, please.

  1. Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen





Too easy.


  1. Mick Hucknall

Yes! If anything, too low. He dissed Maggie umpteen number of times, although I do confess to owning two Simply Red CDs. I'm not proud.

  1. Michael Winner

YOU'D think with a name like that, right? He's a film director and producer who claims to have slept with 130 women, including Joan Collins (this is bragging rights worthy?).

Wilt Chamberlain slept with the equivalent of a small-sized country, but an Englishman is said to be a sexual swordsman with just over 100 knots in his belt. Says it all, really.

  1. Pete Waterman
  2. Naseem Hamed
  3. Ainsley Harriott

Eh.
  1. Trinny and Susannah - 2 people

NO you di'nt! I love these women, one taller and posher than the other by a whisker. They are living proof that a sniping, bitchy woman-tongue CAN have a positive effect around you.

  1. Peter Mandelson

Yes. For too many reasons. One for being the New Labour poster boy. The second for being to Michael Portillo, what Oscar Wilde was to Truman Capote.

The stories of his unpopularity and general champagne socialist ways are too numerous to mention. And like Marie-Antoinette, they don't matter if he actually did or said them, or not.

It's enough that they are evocative of who he is, like the one about pointing to British comfort food par excellence, mushy peas (and personal Victoria fave), and asking for some guacamole dip.

  1. Ken Livingstone

Woo! Red Ken, eat me!

  1. Darius Danesh
  2. Amanda Holden
  3. Zoë Ball
  4. Martine McCutcheon

More eh-worthy dismals.
  1. Elton John

The UK used to have three queens, but since dear Queen Mum passed on, it soldiers on with only 2.

  1. Ant and Dec - 2 people

Difficult to describe to Americans or foreigners who these are. They're a presenting/singing duo, who are proof positive Britain has lost its way in entertainment since at least the days of Duran Duran.

  1. Alastair Campbell
  2. Ozzy Osbourne
  3. Stephen Byers and Jo Moore - 2 people
  4. Richard Madeley
  5. Vinnie Jones

Even Ozzy Osbourne doesn't make me interested enough in commenting.
  1. Alan Titchmarsh

What! People are barmy back home these days. He's the reason I can tell a Bougainvillea from poison ivy. As if.

  1. The Countess of Wessex
  2. Chris Tarrant
  3. Ben Elton

Sophie, Countess of Wessex is rather wet. Chris Tarrant is like the British John Madden (with as much charm), and Ben Elton is a fabulously talented television writer whose credits include "discovering" the comedic depths of Jennifer Saunders via the Young Ones, then writing the Blackadder series.

He's since moved to Australia, but his controversial views on politics have pegged him as another knob by Freddie Flintoff.
  1. Jeremy Clarkson
  2. Jeremy Spake
  3. Carol Vorderman
  4. David Dickinson
  5. Frank Skinner
  6. Paul Burrell
  7. Tom Jones

Not really interested in anyone but veteran television presenter, and antiques factotum David Dinkinson (who has a tan George Hamilton would envy), and Tom Jones, who is presumably included in the list for being none other than the British Elvis.

  1. Sarah, Duchess of York





The new Barbara Woodhouse?


  1. Carol Smillie

Another bleh.
  1. Elizabeth Hurley

It used to be said that I spoke with her smokey timbre, and I was flattered. But since she's turned into some bizarre Hollywoodesque caricature of herself, she has a CONSTANT and I do mean constant need to show off her aging body at any given opportunity.

Whatever happened to aging gracefully, eh? And the Damien thing?


  1. The Princess Royal

Well, sure. Legend has it that when our school charabanc approached her estate, during its works outting, she flipped it off after the bus nearly collided with her Range Rover.

Wasn't she arrested recently, too? Something about going collarless in Windsor Great Park, though it might just have been her dog.

  1. Guy Ritchie

For having the bad taste to marry Madge, and getting embroiled in her Kabbalah craziness.

Hey! Did I tell you that I was recently approached in a mall opposite the University of Miami recently, and offered a Kabbalah classes pamphlet?

It started, "Are you unhappy with your life", or some such nonsense. I mean, we're all unhappy with our lives, for heaven's sake. I don't have a Plasma yet.

Being polite, though, I of course accepted without asking what it was, but when I saw "KABBALAH" I went back and said, "No thanks, I'm a happy if lazy Catholic".

The girl stared at me with as open a mouth as I picture Guy Ritchie had when Madonna told him she was adopting another African kid.
  1. Delia Smith

The British Julia Child, only more middle-class.
  1. Johnny Vaughan
  2. Peter Tatchell
  3. Sting

Pretentious all. Remember when Sting went around with a Brazilian indian with a busted lip to highlight the rainforest destruction? Yeah, me neither.

Glad that The Police are planning a comeback, and Renato plans to attend their concert, but other than that, pfff.
  1. Gordon Ramsay

Love him! He has done for the F-word, what Shakespeare did for Methinks. Plus, he's a ripping good chef.

  1. Mick Jagger
  2. Damien Hirst

Oh Jeez. Dumb and Dumber together.

  1. Julie Burchill

Controversial newswoman who recently penned a lesbian-themed novel aimed towards teenagers called Sugar Rush. It aired on...Channel 4. See what I mean?


  1. Sir Richard Branson (* 85th)

Oh, he's harmless.

  1. John Prescott
  2. Judith Chalmers
  3. Cherie Blair

There's a nasty trio if ever I saw one.

  1. Nigella Lawson

I AM SO ANGRY. I hate you Channel 4 viewers.

My number 3 Woman Crush is NOT hateable. No woman who can lick a spoon that way, could ever be.

  1. David Beckham (* 33rd)

In my father's day, he would have been called a poof. Today, with his manly tats, and peek-a-boo sarongs, he still is.

Might be the single reason, after Mikey Owen getting crocked, why England lost the World Cup in 2006, except for the fact that we were rubbish.

  1. Will Young
  2. Vanessa Feltz

Yes, and yes.

  1. Ann Widdecombe





Be kind, since I wasn't. She's a publicly-confessed virgin.

  1. Davina McCall
  2. Chris Eubank
  3. The Lord Irvine of Lairg
  4. Craig David
  5. Iain Duncan Smith

More boring results. When you get to IDS, you know you're combing the bottom of the refuse heap.


  1. Atomic Kitten - 3 people





Annoying, sure. The Spicegirls are talent royalty comparatively. But eyecandy all the same.

Hey, my male readership should be rewarded for having read all the way through.

Ruth Anne-and-them, will just have to scroll up for more of Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen.


FOLLOWUP READING: Top 15 Brazilians Of All Time

VICTORIA'S PERSONAL NOMINATION: Sienna Miller of Factory Girl and Jude Law dumping her for the nanny fame.

And for this below.





WHO in their right mind walks out of their house like this?

This isn't fashion. It's Alzheimers.


Adam L

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13 Comments:

  • Hola! As this is a long post, I'll just leap right in with those folks I recognize.

    Tony Blair If the Old Vic made a stage production of a Batman movie, Tony would be the Joker.

    Jordan ick! Would that she had the class and wit of Elvira, whom I would elect in a second!

    Jane Goody Sherlock Holmes was the inventor of the toilet! "Alimentary, my dear Watson!" (with a nod to 007)

    Saddam Hussein was a boxer, as per the song definition of Simon and Garfunkel:

    In the clearing stands a boxer and a fighter by his trade, and he carries the reminders of every blow that laid him out or cut him til he cried out in his anger and his pain , "I am leaving, I am leaving, but the fighting still remains!"

    Chris Evans What if Gallagher wore Uma Thurmans suit from Kill Bill?

    Tara Palmer-Tomkinson does look very, very Barbie doll like!

    Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen C'mon fess up Victoria...he was a blind date once, right? :) Another Liberace wannabee...

    Sarah, Duchess of York Author of "No Bad Royals", right?

    Liz Hurley sadly I agree. The desperation, as they say, is palatable.

    Nigella Lawson What? She's still got bigtime game! Whew! I'd happily be the Fluffy Stuffin in a Nigella/Scarlett sandwich!

    Ann Widdecombe Sure that's not Moe Howard in drag?


    Yer bud, Ron

    By Blogger Ron, at Sat Feb 10, 07:29:00 am GMT-5  

  • Totally agree on the smirking, husband-stealing tramp Catherine ZJ. I can't stand her.

    But Tom Jones? The guy can sing! He had it and he still has it.

    By Anonymous class factotum, at Sat Feb 10, 10:03:00 am GMT-5  

  • Hola!

    Good magazine. ;)

    Tony Blair If the Old Vic made a stage production of a Batman movie, Tony would be the Joker.

    LOL. Interestingly, the actor who recently portrayed him, Michael Sheen, has that very Jokerish slash smile.

    Jordan ick! Would that she had the class and wit of Elvira, whom I would elect in a second!

    Good call there! I love Elvira (she also WAS the 1980s -- like Princess Diana).

    Jane Goody Sherlock Holmes was the inventor of the toilet! "Alimentary, my dear Watson!" (with a nod to 007)

    As if she had the vaguest esprit to say this...

    BTW, you know how some people cudgel Americans over the head by pointing to this or that person as indicative of a whole culture? (Bush comes to mind)

    It's like Jade Goody standing for all of Britain, but few people make this correlation.


    In the clearing stands a boxer and a fighter by his trade, and he carries the reminders of every blow that laid him out or cut him til he cried out in his anger and his pain , "I am leaving, I am leaving, but the fighting still remains!"


    Nice. Artie wrote this?

    Chris Evans What if Gallagher wore Uma Thurmans suit from Kill Bill?

    Ewww. Visual.

    Tara Palmer-Tomkinson does look very, very Barbie doll like!

    Wait, though, she's not a fem-bot like Paris Hilton.

    She's more the posh bad girl, who favours ripped tank tops and Versace jeans.

    My cousin Tarquin and she were at the same Arizona rehab clinic for cocaine addiction, some years ago, I was told...hope she's mended her ways (he has, he's even...married... incredible as it sounds to me).

    Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen C'mon fess up Victoria...he was a blind date once, right? :) Another Liberace wannabee...

    Hehehe. He's not that bad.

    Yes, he's flaming, and as an interior designer I have YET to like anything he's ever produced for "Changing Rooms", but still. At least he's educated. *g*

    Sarah, Duchess of York Author of "No Bad Royals", right?

    I'll never forget being told by insiders that the late Queen Mum once came across a Hello magazine (or, an Hola! one, ironically), put it down, and was heard to mutter, "Enough".

    Quite.

    And she's not royal! Never was, never will be. Yeah, yeah, quibble.

    Liz Hurley sadly I agree. The desperation, as they say, is palatable.

    Such a shame no? I liked her once. An upper-middle-class Englishwoman with a sense of fashion, who wasn't slovenly about her person, and looked FEMININE. Unusual...

    Nigella Lawson What? She's still got bigtime game! Whew! I'd happily be the Fluffy Stuffin in a Nigella/Scarlett sandwich!

    TMI! ;)

    You know my feelings on Nigella already, so I won't bore you. Suffice it to say that, the one feature I hadn't really seen prior to being told about it, is what has given me many MANY SiteMetre hits.

    "Nigella Lawson Breasts"

    Ann Widdecombe Sure that's not Moe Howard in drag?

    Or Christiane Amanpour's mum. :)

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Sat Feb 10, 11:20:00 am GMT-5  

  • Totally agree on the smirking, husband-stealing tramp Catherine ZJ. I can't stand her.

    She used to be a very minor sitcom star, back in the day, with an even more pronounced Welsh accent.

    And she's the reason I refused to sign with T-Mobile. No no no.

    But Tom Jones? The guy can sing! He had it and he still has it.

    Liked your tribute link! My mum likes him from way back, and liked to listen to the Youtube links. :)

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Sat Feb 10, 11:42:00 am GMT-5  

  • Re Andrew Lloyd Webber - he stole Roger Waters' riff from Echoes for Phantom, and amiable chap that he is, Waters has a song from his album Amused to Death called It's a Miracle, the last verse to which runs as follows:

    "We cower in our shelters
    With our hands over our ears
    Lloyd-Webber's awful stuff
    Runs for years and years and years
    An earthquake hits the theater
    But the operetta lingers
    Then the piano lid comes down
    And breaks his fucking fingers
    It's a miracle"

    By Blogger Simon, at Sat Feb 10, 12:04:00 pm GMT-5  

  • "Sophie, Countess of Wessex is rather wet."

    You'll have to translate this for me, Victoria--I only speak American. Oh yes, I know the expression "all wet". . .but somehow I hope this is different.

    And by the way, I do miss you terribly when you are away!

    By Anonymous Darrell, at Sat Feb 10, 01:50:00 pm GMT-5  

  • Re Andrew Lloyd Webber - he stole Roger Waters' riff from Echoes for Phantom, and amiable chap that he is, Waters has a song from his album Amused to Death called It's a Miracle, the last verse to which runs as follows:

    Hey! Which is for horses. This is a family blog, Simon! ;)

    (Rogers Waters...erm, I'm such a musical ignoramus)

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Sun Feb 11, 01:02:00 am GMT-5  


  • You'll have to translate this for me, Victoria--I only speak American. Oh yes, I know the expression "all wet". . .but somehow I hope this is different.


    Hey Darrell!

    Yes, no sexual connotations, alas. It just means she's a bit dippy, dorky and boring. ;)

    And by the way, I do miss you terribly when you are away!

    Darrell, I hope you scroll a few posts down. You might be pleasantly surprised. :)

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Sun Feb 11, 01:03:00 am GMT-5  

  • Victoria - songwriter and bassist for Pink Floyd.

    By Blogger Simon, at Sun Feb 11, 01:59:00 pm GMT-5  

  • Victoria - songwriter and bassist for Pink Floyd.

    DOH! I knew that, I promise you.

    My mother's favourite band...

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Sun Feb 11, 02:04:00 pm GMT-5  

  • Hi Victoria,

    I hadn't seen your link and post until now. Really cool!

    I liked the explanation and am thoroughly intrigued.

    Thanks for the link, too,

    Adieu,

    Adam

    By Blogger Adam L, at Sun Feb 11, 09:29:00 pm GMT-5  

  • Victoria - now that's just gonna make me feel old. LOL

    By Blogger Simon, at Sun Feb 11, 09:38:00 pm GMT-5  

  • "Darrell, I hope you scroll a few posts down."

    I'd like to, but alas, I have worn out my scroll wheel on your site!

    Oh, got it working again. . .Awwwww! I'm flattered! And 'lucky number 13" no less! Right back at ya, Sweet Girl! You are more addictive than a "CrackBerry". . .and thrice as fun to thumb. Errr, finger. Errr, I mean thrice as fun period! You know what I mean!

    By Anonymous Darrell, at Mon Feb 12, 12:39:00 am GMT-5  

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