|My holiday in the Philippines was a great success.|
Today's quote was interesting:
To be without some of the things you want is an indispensable part of happiness. - Bertrand Russell, philosopher, mathematician, author, Nobel laureate (1872-1970)Now "Plastic" Bertrand is a smart guy. Nobel prize, philosophy, books, mathematics, and he was a dab hand at the old "pull my finger" joke too. But in this case, he's talking bunkum. The list of things that I want is short but I can guarantee you that if you generous readers would pool your resources and get them for me, I'd be happy as a clam.
So if any of you have the following things just lying around, please send them to me.
- Mazda MX5 hardtop.
- Twelve or so 25/28mm Persian cataphracts.
- A CD unscratcher.
- A barbecue.
- A fringed buckskin jacket like the one in that film with Jon Voigt that I haven't seen yet.
- A card marked "Get out of jail free (also good for exams)".
- A banjo and the inclination to practise.