Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Old Masters – re-interpreted 151

Gaze out into the heavens, towards the infinite vastness of space. Pick a tiny dot of light in the firmament. It could be a few million miles away, or it could be several hundred billion parsecs. It matters not because … Continue reading

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The Old Masters – re-interpreted 150

One and a half centuries – not out. Pity to have to celebrate the occasion with a quick dash in and out. But in the word of a totally nondescript corporal, “times is few”. However, you’re welcome to hang around, … Continue reading

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The Old Masters – re-interpreted 149

Like the lice in the old friar’s cassock, we are creatures of habit (Wondering where I was going with that one, weren’t you?). We, however, like to call a well entrenched habit a tradition; and one of the finest traditions … Continue reading

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The Old Masters – re-interpreted 148

Even if you’ve been in a semi-coma recently, you will have noticed an increase in the drive to legalise cannabis for medical purposes. We shall not be covering that debate here, except to say that the grass is not always … Continue reading

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