Sunday 10th June 2012
Tagged Number 4
Ruth from Colorado at http://weirdandcoolstuff.wordpress.com/ pop along to her site and say hello, it is well worth and she will welcome you. Just let her know you called.
Has tagged me, and this makes it a fourth time for me.
I will answer the question she has asked but I am going to chicken out on the part of tagging, by asking to tag 11 bloggers and set 11 new questions. This I am finding it very hard to follow up on so I will answer the question that Ruth has asked of me,, which is- ;
Answer the question the tagger listed for you in his or her post.
Ruth asked me…..Gerry, you’ve posted some great pics from the ’60s. Would you share one of your favorite memories from that time period?
Create 11 new questions for the people you tag to answer.
Cannot think up another 11 questions, well not sensible ones.
Choose 11 people to tag and link to them in the post.
As I have already done tagging 3 times that is 33 bloggers and I plumb run out of bloggers
Let each blogger know that you have tagged them.
Gerry, you’ve posted some great pics from the ’60s. Would you share one of your favorite memories from that time period? So Ruth here is an answer from that era……
One night myself and two other friends went to see (blues band before their transformation) in Bournemouth, Dorset, UK. We got to the venue by train, we were not old enough to drive a car. The concert went well, and they did several encore’s. We were getting a little worried about time, train timetable and return trip, but we stayed for yet another encore. When they did not return to the stage for another one we, like everyone else left for home. We ran like the wind to the train station, but was all in vain, our train the last train had left. We were stranded. A last possible chance was to try and catch what we know as midnight milk train. But this idea also failed because there was a milk train this night. Next train home was 06.30, that was 7 1/2 hours wait. We were turned off the station,because they needed to lock up and would not allow us to stay on the platforms. Whilst wandering the town, passing time and keeping warm, we were passed several times by the police. Eventually they stopped us and questioned us. It was a cold winters night and they must have felt sorry for us, why, because they arranged a lift back home in a police car. Our home was approx 25 miles away. So to be dropped home by the police was quite an exciting moment that finished a great evening.
Do you want join in?
I am not going to nominate 11 bloggers, it is very difficult for me to this but will offer a task to any that want to participate.
Today people use the words ‘Alternative Comedy’ I just think it is a phrase to cover unfunny and talentless people that think they are funny by being rude, swearing a lot and thinking this is humour.
My question to you is ‘how do you view Alternative Comedy’ answer as short or as long as you wish R.S.V.P.