Tomorrow you get nothing! I'm almost certain of that! For tonight I will be away, in Edinburgh, and not back until tomorrow night. Yeah, I could have prepared enough, but Today's Busy Lifestyles. There might be a little audio something, but I doubt it. Might be something on my Tumblr or something, but again, don't get your hopes up. You can forlornly check everywhere if you like. But what I will do now, to provide you added value, is to give you something I've never given you before. When I go away it's often to Edinburgh, but I've never told you about it.
Edinburgh is a town in Englandshire. It has two railway stations, Hey You The Rock Steady Crew and Wavy Davy. Hey You The Rock Steady Crew was original known as Hey There Georgy Girl and Wavy Davy was originally known as Wavy Gravy, but in 2006 the Edinburgh Parish Council decided to make the transport hubs less sixties - at the same time the Andrew Loog Oldham Bus Station was renamed the Andy Murray New Balls Please Bus Station. There used to be more train stations but now there aren't. There are some not worth mentioning, but they're not worth mentioning. That's how it works. It's like a code.
Edinburgh is famous for many things. For the little dog that got turned into a statue by Irvine Welsh, the famous train driver. For the castle, where for a small fee under an ancient law visitors can fire cannons at passers-by. And for The Fringe Festival, which is on a the moment, a month of fun and frolics dedicated to fringes. It's mainly hair fringes, but some people, thinking they're funny do stuff with fringes on cowboy jackets like that. I'm not going for the festival. My fringe is too far out for them, and the committee said it didn't qualify as a fringe. Typical. There was a time, back in the sixties, but they want to distance themselves from all that, hence the name-changing malarkey.
They are building a new transport system where people will be able to get from Edinburgh Airport to the sea in ten minutes travelling on modern, fast, environmentally friendly tramps. But what they do when they get there is up to them, which is as it should be. It's nice to see they can get some things right.
Pop Song Of The Day: Clink! Clink! Another Drink (Spike Jones)