Parla, help me out here.
At the bottom of the page on the latest Gramophone Newsletter is a picture with squiggly marks along some straight lines.
What's all that about?
It's probably better that you are kept in the dark Vic.
I think you are probably right.
By the way, how's your head this morning? I noticed two of your alter-egos got an airing last night - though their relevance was kind of dubious, I thought.
And while we are on the subject of names, don't you think you should drop the punning "You f********r" one now that everyone knows your intention with it? Not very respectful to this forum is it?
Just a thought, old chap.
I haven't the faintest idea what you're talking about, Vic. I receive plenty of e-mails in my two different addresses. I don't have time to read anything received by Gramophone or any other magazine. So, you may enlighten me what's all about this text in the latest Gramophone "Newsletter".
You should be somehow upset or disturbed by whatever is this "picture" and relevant text that, you the unmistakable mispelled the critical word of your topic from the correct "help" to the rather amusing "helf".
Is that serious?
No, not serious at all Parla. The opposite, in fact. I was laughing so much at my own humour that I didn't check it! It's a fault of mine I have to admit to. No one finds my jokes as funny as I do! Oh well. None of us is perfect, are we?
By the way, I thought you could guess what the picture was from my description? Squiggly marks on straight lines? No?
Serves me right for using sarcasm - proverbially the lowest form of wit.
Vic, frankly speaking, I don't have time for any kind of humour (sarcasm or wit) of yours. I'm not British, you know it, so I'm not touched by what you may imply and you can laugh by yourself.
What bothers me is that you create a topic and, inevitably, a thread on a non-musical subject. This is abuse of power, misuse of the rights of the forum and so more, but, anyhow, we are all "shadows" here. No offense!
Have fun (with yourself and those who can share it)!
Believe me Parla, it's the same even if you are British!
But he's not British, Chris. He says he's not British. You need to be a bit more careful with your language, you know. Not being careful with words could lead to thousands and thousands of more words in vain attempts to extricate oneself from what they really mean as opposed to what you would like them to mean when you first used them. I could give you an example, but I think you get the point.
Oh, and by the way. You guys need to lighten up a bit. I remember a time when you found the idea of an open goal so hilarious I thought you would wet yourself.
But Vic, I am British!! Get it now????
Grammar not your strong point either, eh?
Vic is a one man show when it comes to humour, politics and music criticism. He is also a one man audience for himself.
Obviously not as you have to respond every single time. I'm quite flattered actually. Keep it up.
And congratulations on giving up on your last name. A sensible choice. Just go easy on the celebration.