Peter Osgood

21 Feb 19
Chelsea Echo

Peter Osgood, one of the greatest players to ever play for Chelsea Football Club, would have been 72 years old yesterday. Nearly thirteen years to the day, the Blues legend passed away. At just 59, we lost him far too early and to this very day, we still miss him immensely. ‘Ossie’ – as he […]

18 Feb 19
Faith and Education

   “The earliest known depiction of the constellation Orion, according to Rappenglueck was carved on a piece of mammoth tusk”.   The following needs to be read according to a revised context (necessitating far lower BC dates) for Aurignacian Paleolithic as according to the sort of model pioneered by Dr. John Osgood, at: https://creation.com/a-better-model-for-the-stone-age   […]

15 Feb 19
Saints Archive

Memories are wonderful that we have in life and Cherish Forever. Being a kid and imagining you are your Favourite Player and Scoring The Winning Goal At Wembley in The FA Cup Final or Saving a last minute Penalty, if you were in Goal. I dreamt of playing for Southampton Football Club but unfortunately I […]

14 Feb 19
threegenerationsleft

224 academics have written a letter to The Guardian in support of the children’s proposed non-attendance at school on Friday 15th February 2015.  This is in response to a growing movement across the world by teenagers and children to draw attention of their governments to the need for emergency actions against climate change.  Greta Thunberg from […]

11 Feb 19
Game of the People

GEORGE BEST was still considered to be the best player in the country, of any country, in fact, in 1971. Manchester United were still the biggest draw in town. But Best was a troubled soul, increasingly getting into hot water and commanding the wrong kind of headlines, and United were still trying to negotiate the […]

08 Feb 19
Super Gamer Podcast

There’s only one 99 in hockey, but in video game hockey there are several – actually, there are a few 100s, too. In EA Sports’ NHL series, players are given an overall rating that reflects their skill level, based on the hockey prowess of the real-life player. EA’s sports games come out for the year […]

03 Feb 19
DESTINATION: STAMFORD BRIDGE

The last time out, I promised talking about a trip to the Bridge. It wouldn’t be me if I didn’t take it long-windedly. Don’t worry though, all things come to he who waits. The desire to go and see Chelsea live first smote me during the 10/11 season. A Slovakian club MŠK Žilina progressed into […]

30 Jan 19
Archy news nety

Perhaps it was a show of humility, perhaps proof of trust. Whatever, a few attackers can open their own new club account to allow a teammate to score. Gonzalo Higuain was an unlikely exception, a professional scorer who gave Willian a penalty against Sheffield on Wednesday. The man who facilitated Higuain's biggest businesses was surprised. […]

29 Jan 19
Cotati Accordion Festival

MURL ALLEN SANDERS (SEATTLE, WASHINGTON) is an independent, modern accordionist, pianist, composer, teacher and recording artist who plays pop, rock, zydeco, country, jazz, blues and various ethnic styles on piano and accordion. He has worked with such diverse national and international artists as: Chuck Berry, Etta James, Merrilee Rush, Theodore Bikel, Peter Duchin, Leslie Gore, The […]

24 Jan 19
Epic Mandates

Episode: The Zygon Invasion/The Zygon Inversion Story Number: 258 Series: 9 Screenwriter:  Peter Harness Director:   Daniel Nettheim Thoughts: Continuing the experimental nature of Series 9, The Zygon Invasion/The Zygon Inversion is a chance to do the following things: Make a streak of 4 consecutive multi-part stories (even if the previous two episodes weren’t strictly a two-parter, […]

23 Jan 19
READLEAD

John D. Rockefeller John Davison Rockefeller Sr. (July 8, 1839 – May 23, 1937) was an American oil industry business magnate and philanthropist. He is widely considered the wealthiest American of all time, and the richest person in modern history. Rockefeller was also the founder of both the University of Chicago and Rockefeller University and […]

19 Jan 19
52 Films - A 2019 Project

Directed by Peter Hewitt Written by Peter Hewitt and Phil Hughes Starring Bruce Cook as Patrick, Rupert Grint as Alan, Simon Callow as Sir John Osgood, Paul Giamatti as Johnson J. Johnson, Ned Beatty as General Sheppard, and Stephen Fry as Sir Anthony Silk. I know, I’m a week behind. In my defense, I was […]

19 Jan 19
WE THE PEOPLE SPORTS

There are trades that change a team for part of the season. And then, there are trades that change the whole franchise.