She Wore A Yellow Ribbon

20 Feb 19
She Wore A Yellow Ribbon

Tomorrow we play BATE Borisov at home in the Europa League. After the absolute shocker of the first leg, which resulted in a 1-0 defeat, Arsenal face an uphill struggle but should still progress in the competition. One of the delights of the Europa League has been playing a lot of teams who we have […]

20 Feb 19
She Wore A Yellow Ribbon

Last night Serge Gnabry played well for Bayern Munich against Liverpool. This led to the usual rubbish on Twitter every time Gnabry has a good game that is on the tele. Arsenal fans moaning that we should never have let him go. Let me nip that in the bud. Arsenal did not let Gnabry go, […]

20 Feb 19
Metapsychosis

I FELL INTO HER VOICE for frank and johnny is singing     i am washing in the plum of her lavender soap  in the basin of her waves torn in two like the veil in the temple when i’m on the sea   o sea   our men are staring on their decks    of hearts    […]

19 Feb 19
The Brew Pound

In todays story of “Holy shit I can’t believe people are actually bitching about this” we have the world attacking a famous Hollywood actor for not being “woke” enough. What actor? Well The dead-for-40-years Duke himself, John Wayne. Some twitter warrior who has a lot of time on his hands, Matt Williams, found an interview […]

19 Feb 19
She Wore A Yellow Ribbon

German football fans stick up for themselves right. I have recently spoken about how the globalisation of football has killed it for local fans. As the Premier League and clubs within it began to chase ever increasing revenues, they neglected the local fans whilst building their global brands. Ticket prices increased dramatically after the creation […]

18 Feb 19
pandorasflesh

The police helicopter clattered over the deserted waste ground that had once been a factory but had long since been abandoned. The door of the chopper slid open and Jinx felt the howling gale in her face. She tightened the belt of her bright pink jumpsuit, slid on her shades and fastened her long dark […]

18 Feb 19
David Howard

When I was young, my mother took me to church every Sunday. Church meant wearing clothes I never wore any other time: a button-down shirt and a clip-on tie and shiny shoes that pinched my feet. Church meant Mom wearing makeup and lipstick. She never wore lipstick except on Sundays, so the smell of lipstick […]

18 Feb 19
K.S. Fabian

<< Previous                        Beginning                             Next Chapter>> Friday night playing games with Chocolate Chip had been fun, but Lottie had been itching to do something more adventurous. The fact that Bert’s visit to […]

18 Feb 19
The Celiathlete

As some of you know, I have been training, very specifically, very diligently, and quite intensely for my Spring marathon!  I chose one out of the area, but close enough to drive.  Honestly, this is one of the most vigorous training plans I have been through when working toward the marathon distance.  As I may […]

17 Feb 19

[ad_1] LONDON (Reuters) – Victoria Beckham looked back to the 1970s at London Fashion Week on Sunday, while Vivienne Westwood turned her catwalk into a stage to protest issues ranging from climate change to Brexit. In front of an audience including Beckham’s husband David and their children, models wore dresses and skirts slim fitted over […]

17 Feb 19
IMURNEWS

LONDON (Reuters) – Victoria Beckham looked back to the 1970s at London Fashion Week on Sunday, while Vivienne Westwood turned her catwalk into a stage to protest issues ranging from climate change to Brexit. In front of an audience including Beckham’s husband David and their children, models wore dresses and skirts slim fitted over the […]

17 Feb 19
She Wore A Yellow Ribbon

Someone recently said to me “Unai Emery is neglecting the clubs values.” I responded by asking “what are the clubs values.” I thought it was a simple question, but the response was also predictable; “if you do not know the clubs values then can you really call yourself an Arsenal fan.” The question was the […]

16 Feb 19
Words and Thoughts

It was supposed to be easy.  All Stan had to do was clean out the loft in the barn.  As a young teen, he frequently got assigned the “dirty” work.  Most of the time he didn’t mind, even when it meant mucking out the horses’ stalls. So, here it was, a steaming day in July, […]

16 Feb 19
She Wore A Yellow Ribbon

I was trying to write a blog on what central defender Arsenal should target in the summer. Kalidou Koulibaly has been many peoples long term favourite to join the club. He is also a favourite of fans of Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United. He will not join Arsenal. Reality is he is coming […]

15 Feb 19
Emilia.official.art

The most popular out of all the regions is Kraków. This city is placed in the South of Poland, and due to its richness in culture and history, it is one of the most viewed city in Poland. There are two types of folklore costumes in Kraków. The first type classifies as the ‘national’ costume, […]