Spitting in a wishing well
- Feb 11, 2020
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- south of south
One of my family obligations used to be cleaning various gravestones so I'm good at it. To be honest I'd be ashamed to let one of my relations' memorials get all dirty like that one.I was thinking the same, " Ask my friends " yes, ask them why they haven't cleaned his head stone !
Sorry to learn that Brad Steiger has Departed the Physical Vehicle, although if he made it into his 80s, we should all rejoice that he lived a long life.
That's as may be--and it would be nice if it were cleaned--but I just don't want to say 'his family don't care about him' before that's known for sure.Nah, I know a neglected gravestone when I see one and nobody's been NEAR that.
I'd love to get over there and give it a scrub!
We'll never know so it doesn't matter.That's as may be--and it would be nice if it were cleaned--but I just don't want to say 'his family don't care about him' before that's known for sure.
Interview with his daughter and he's not mentioned.That's as may be--and it would be nice if it were cleaned--but I just don't want to say 'his family don't care about him' before that's known for sure.
FT was probably in its second or third year (1974 or 1975) year when JB drove out to Aldermaston, where I was staying with my parents. They ran the village store there for a while. JB kept in touch but that trailed off as he got into the business of providing questions and answers for quiz shows (or something like that). My last sighting of him was years later when a wonderful trove of Fortean and "unusual" newsclippings came up for auction. The owner had built a set of cabinets for the file cards. JB outbid everyone (I was penniless anyway, dammit!) and had a set of rolling archive storage units installed (so I heard). I was led to believe that JB just wanted to get his hands on data usable for his business; so I wrote to him (in Hampstead) but never had a reply. I wonder what happened to his data collection?Both smooch around West London so I'm not surprised there are no articles about them. JB hardly fitted the bill as being part of the upper-class Knightsbridge set.