Once upon a time there was a great dance record which summed up the sentiment of life in a few beautiful words. There are days in which I feel happy, there are days in which I feel lonely - lockdown does that to a man. However, we must all keep the faith that one day we might all get to dance together to the sweet sound of Tomcraft in the sky... I dream of it each and every night.
This week has been a whole load of fun. Ian Brown realised that he hadn't been relevant for twenty years and decided that now was the time to reignite his career as a grade A b*llend. He declared that he wouldn't perform at any festival or venue which required it's participants to demonstrate proof of vaccination. Butlins and Pontins haven't yet commented on the announcement.
Meanwhile a floating ship was spotted off the Cornish coast. I always knew that there was something odd going on down there and now this proves it.
Back in the capital Amazon opened a shop which is quite frankly a shoplifters worst nightmare. I personally welcome our new digital overlords who seek to monitor when I fancy a packet of Quavers for all eternity.
Oh and The Guardian took one step too far this week. I love Great Britain.
Here's some internet...
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