I will, I suppose, get round to saying something about the election results at some point, but not right now. This is the first weekend I've had free since Christmas, and the past week has been incredibly busy, so I am determined to do as little as possible: catch up with some friends (but not the one who voted for Boris and refuses to concede that means she voted Conservative); see the Joy Division film; do some shopping; watch Ronnie win the snooker (but genius is an unpredictable thing...); make the DVD player work (it hasn't since I was burgled last June); and find out where the recycling bins have gone (on the 'To Do' list for Easter - I failed then , and will probably fail again. They have vanished. I can barely leave the flat for piles of newspapers).
No doubt I will still end up reading the Sunday papers and watching Adam Boulton or Andrew Marr, by which time I might have something intelligent to say. Or not. In the meantime, feel free to join in the debate about the musical merits - or otherwise - of Lionel Ritchie; I'm quite enjoying that one.
And perhaps someone can help me with this: what is the purpose of putting labels on a post? If I tag this with 'snooker', 'Joy Division' and 'Lionel Ritchie', what difference does that make? Will I be innundated with Lionel fans proclaiming the merits of "Truly" and "Endless Love"? (I'm sure it tells me somewhere on this site, but I can't be bothered to look).