Irish Humour

Humor is just another defense against the universe. – Mel Brooks

We have really everything in common with America nowadays except, of course, language – Oscar Wilde

Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else. – Margaret Mead

To get back my youth I would do anything in the world, except take exercise, get up early, or be respectable. ― Oscar Wilde

A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle.― Irina Dunn

Crying is for plain women. Pretty women go shopping ― Oscar Wilde

What happened to the magic tractor?
It went down the road and turned into a field!

The Strange and Sporty

About the author of Strange and Sporty
It all started to happen upon reaching 70 years of age.

I was retired and seeking entertainment. I had the time, a computer, and interest in a growing number of subjects, issues, and matters.

Listening, watching and reading about so many opinions, views and comments about topics ranging from the ordinary to those matters of high strangeness, and on certain sporting issues, I felt compelled to give my own opinion on life, the universe and everything.

Here, in these two blog posts, are my current conclusions at to what the biggest picture of all is all about.

Everything is contained in everything else

You and I, every thing, and all else, is GOD

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1984: Thought Crime by “Hitler Dog”


The UK is in a sorry state. Is a sorry state. Frightened of a dog in a hat. This is against freedom of thought, humour, and art. We now have Thought Criminals. This is sinister, a crime against art and freedom of thought. Its tyranny. Vicious. Mind control. Frightening. I have no respect for my Government. Dave Allen must be turning in his grave.

The arresting officers should be ashamed to make arrests for these fun occasions.






Chelsea: Who The Hell Bought Shevchenko?

I have been a supporter, a fan, of Chelsea Football Club from the Chelsea Music Hall Days (Chelsea Palace Of Varieties) till now. About !947 till 2018 – some 71 years.

In 2018, Chelsea seem to be at yet another critical moment in its interesting history. Its future as a topmost performing world football club is dependent on wise and thoughtful decisions about its future, soon to be made.

Today I ask a troubling managerial question which I leave hanging.

In 2006, who the hell thought it a good idea to sign an aged Andriy Shevchenko. A player who had been of the highest caliber – but well past those days?