Ageing & The Purpose Of Living- Tony’s Monday Moan

Ever the philosopher, today Tony wonders what is the purpose of living.  Personally he revels in the pursuit of knowledge…

Our Emergency Services by Tony Drury

Today’s feature from Tony is more of a beautiful paeon to our hard-working emergency services. Granted it was meant to…

Fear – Tony’s Monday Moan

This Monday, Tony’s not so much moaning, as musing on fear and being frightened … “The fear of death follows…

Ageing – Tony’s Monday Moan

So today, Tony’s having a good old moan about ageing ….. NO! I am not ageing. I was travelling on…

Political Gobbledegook – The Monday Moan

Political gobbledegook: epidemic status now applies. It was the brilliant comedian Mike Yarwood who started it all. Sadly, he died…

Novella Nostalgia – The Monday Moan

“Ant, I prefer to read literature.” The speaker was my sister. My family name is ‘Anthony’. Gill calls me ‘Ant’.…

The Brutal Face of Business – Tony’s Monday Moan

Today Tony’s having a good old moan about the brutal face of business!  Asset stripping, immoral businessmen … you name…

Robert Maxwell’s Death – Tony’s Monday Moan

Last week Tony told us all about his dealings with the obnoxious Robert Maxwell.  This week he continues with Robert…

Robert Maxwell – Tony’s Monday Moan

This week Tony’s having a bit of a rant about Robert Maxwell … Robert Maxwell is the scariest person I…

Fifty Years of Progress – The Monday Moan

28 September 1968. What happened? See photograph below. I met Judy when I started work at Midland Bank, Kidderminster. She…