Foxtel should join up with the Channel Seven and the Sydney Telegraph misinformation loonies.( Read former posts to catch up)
For the past three days , wacky brain dead Ghouls at Foxtel TV have blasted us with the misinfo that the second cricket test match England V Sri Lanka is being played at Leeds in Yorkshire, when in fact it is being played at Chester- Le Street Durham. I am wondering how many times they need to be informed to simply 'get it right'.
Recently I have been able to post more frequently this is due to My wife Rosemary popping out for the day on Mons & Weds and having a cleaning lady for two hours on a Monday morning, plus the gardener monthly, All I am left with is a Big F/Ntly shop and the local shopping and doctor visits, preparing meals and keeping things Shipshape.
The indoor temp on the sunny Central Coast of NSW facing the Pacific is 15 deg Cel A slightly different temp outside with a wind from the south(Antarctic) creating the chilly conditions-much like a English summer but without the rain but which is expected to descend upon us throughout the coming week ;providing the weather-casters at the Sydney Daily Telegraph have got it right. In the meantime with little to do, I may wander into the garden and smell the roses -If I can find any. However, it is a pleasant day and I hope you are having one too.
And for the final laugh of the day. The Sydney Daily Telegraph is telling its readers that the test match mentioned is being played in Surrey England.
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