Category Archives: Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race

The still small voice ..and Trenton Oldfield


The British nation took a dislike to Trenton Oldfield earlier in the year, we don’t take kindly to Australian nutters messing with our institutions, especially the public school  kind who claim to speak for our disenfranchised . I blogged about him when he … Continue reading

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Why we want you at our Pension Play Pen party!


You – yes you! We’re having a knees up at the White Hart in Barnes, Hays have put some money behind the bar – the Racket of the Lambs have got  their banjos and we’re going to have a good time. … Continue reading

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40,000 Londoners get cold at the Olympic Stadium


The “London Prepares” events climaxed last night at the opening of the Olympic Stadium in Siberian Stratford last night. We came, we saw and we left early – underwhelmed by the experience. Which is a little  unfair on an event that … Continue reading

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Trenton Oldfield – send the plonker home!


Trenton Oldfield is the fellow who swam in front of the Oxford and Cambridge crews in yesterday’s 158th boat race. Video here. He is Mr Chippy, an Australian intellectual so carried away by his peculiar world view that he put his … Continue reading

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