Hush now?

I’ve fielded calls, and received emails. They all wanted to know what happened to Jason. I said to go ask their leaders. That was the whole point of my emails anyway. Some have said they wanted to be heard in the AGM. I said that was up to them. Some asked if I was going to the AGM. I said I wasn’t going anywhere near a group who does such a thing to someone who has been as selfless and sacrificial as Jason. I would have nothing to do with them from hereonin. But they said I should be at the AGM to bring these matters up. On balance, the greater need is for me dissociate myself from this mob.

Some others have tried pot shots. Anonymous stuff. I’m guessing these are from that church because that’s what they like. Secret ballots and the likes. That’s the sort of things they like. Keep it all behind closed doors. Especially when they’ve just executed one of their own. One who has given much to set up what they now have. I wonder who pulled the trigger here. I was saying to someone I was simply asking what’s that smell. I wasn’t the one responsible for the rubbish. But no shot messenger would be the last, such is life. Anonymous stuff goes straight into the bin. Martin Luther King said a riot is the voice of the unheard. Keep it all behind closed doors but the stench may eventually come out. Better have a story ready then.


What, me? Health issues? Seriously…

From: Teh, Ian
Sent: Wednesday, 8 May 2013 1:56 PM
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Subject: RE: Favour Please

 Your next birthday we’ll get you a cardigan, a pipe and a rocking chair

and you can tell  them you’re a rocking legend who’s smoking hot. Resign [for health issues]? Bleargh!




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Rob Houdini Martinez?

As I left home this morning and noted that Wigan was ahead of Swansea 2-1, I thought: “not again”.

I’m a Man Utd man through and through. I still get goosebumps when I watched clips like the 1999 Nou Camp feat, and I still cheer when I jump on You Tube and watch Giggsy cut off Viera’s tired pass to waltz through the entire Arsenal defense to send us through the second piece of the treble in that same year. Old Trafford is still a pantheon, and Shah Alam, Merdeka, National Stadiums in Singapore and Bangkok – all those grounds I’d go to watch them, still made me smile to just think about them.

But Wigan.. I get Wigan. I’m like that too in some ways. In Uni, I’d cram my work at the last minute to get through. Wigan’s end of season Houdini acts are beginning to look like an EPL season end ritual. Or at least I thought I did.  They lost 2-3. I guess up against the classy Michael Laudrup, Rob Martinez found it harder to pull off his magic.

2 more games to go but one of them is against Arsenal, who still has loads to play for. So maybe this time they’d go down.