Monthly Archives: October 2014

SHEDNOTES 19: ANY OTHER BUSINESS

The Shed has proper Shed business to report, following a deep-sea fishing trip, but that will make a blog on its own, so meanwhile we are zipping through Any Other Business in the interest of clearing out our overalls pockets … Continue reading

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SHEDNOTES 18: ON GREAT CARTOONS

The Shed used to enjoy Punch magazine, partly for the writing but more for the cartoons. Where do all the cartoonists go nowadays? There is surely a vacancy for a magazine or newspaper, online or off, to become the new … Continue reading

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SHEDNOTES 17: ON NATIONAL TYPES

In case The Shed gets a commission to edit The Readers’ Digest, it has filed an enjoyable set of stereotypes sketched by Anthony Peregrine, writing from France as Lerosbif, in Teleg 27.9.14, about how different nationalities behave as tourists. Find … Continue reading

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SHEDNOTES 16: ON SEX, SCANDAL AND MPs WHO SEXT

The Shed is generally inclined to feel sorry for Brooks Newmark, the MP who resigned after sending a picture of his willy to a male journalist posing as a bit of fluff with the hots for middle-aged Tories. There has … Continue reading

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