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Friday, 21 November 2003
La Couleur du Mesonge


This is a photo that flank sent me from the France-USA match on 31 Oct 2003.  Of course France won that match, which is not much commiseration for losing the wooden spoon award to the All Blacks today.  However, at the time of blogging, Michalak is still the highest scoring player of the Rugby World Cup.  If Wilkinson lives long enough to score 6 points on Saturday, he will overtake him. Am I the only one to suspect that Jonny is Naas’ illegitimate son? (As I recall there was one).

Tonight I went to see the film La Coleur du Mesonge in Strasbourg starring Anthony Hopkins, Nicole Kidman and Gary Sinese. It was a good film, and it reminded me of situations in South Africa, including some from my friend Sean’s book, Lost Communities, Living Memories.

To continue the musical theme from yesterday, I found this interesting website. You enter the lyrics of a song, and it will sing it for you, using words “culled” from existing recordings by famous stars. I have been listening to alternative renditions of famous Beatles songs.  Let them sing it for you, here.

Posted by bigblue on 21/11/2003 at 12:27 AM
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