While I feel happy and confident I've got at least the gist of most of HE's historical/cultural references, one , from Pax Britannica, remains a real irritation bordering on obsession:
My sweet Victoria, your dearest Albert; Two ledger lines above the stave.
Does Ian mean (the) two (of them) are (an unspecified number of) ledger lines above the stave or that they (collectively) are (specifically) two ledger lines above the stave (i.e. 'C')? Is he simply exalting them or is there a more cryptic meaning?
Quizz Kid: Well, we tried to spread the love and the word, build bridges, but when you get booted and blocked by twats for no reason it's a bit like the trash taking itself out for collection, good riddance to bad rubbish.
Jul 12, 2017 23:36:42 GMT
Gerrald Bostock: 'well ....to "their" own pressing problems and the hate they must unwind.....Leaves me with "Nothing to Say"
Jul 14, 2017 11:55:58 GMT