Thursday, 22 August 2013

Personal Profiling Rules OK

As it allegedly the "silly season" perhaps it is time for some more off the wall posts to keep things going.   There is a lot happening out there that is far from silly and will take a lot of catching up on when we decide to get serious again.

Calling all Scousers who object to the routine belief that their homeland is inhabited by more than its fair share of those who are inclined to bend the rules and also break them if you can get away with it.

This lovely article from The Mail is about Everton fans on a day out and hoping to make a profit on the excursion.  The choice item is that the entrepreneur of this particular bit of business is a law student.

The three names given are Hamilton, Carberry and Gray.  Now where I wonder do those three surnames have their origins in the Atlantic Isles?

As a declaration of interest one of my uncles lived 25 yards away from the Everton ground, often went to matches with my father to watch Dixie Dean and before Everton was founded there was a whole mob of my family in the vicinity.

Psssst, do you need any nice hub caps?

1 comment:

  1. What do you call a Scouser in a suit?

    "The Accused"

    Boom boom!