Alcester, near Evesham, is one I've heard pronounced different ways.
To me, it's definitely something close to "Ollster", but I've heard many people say "All-sess-ter".
Just noticed that Evesham could be confusing. For the record, it's "Eve-shum" rather than "Eve's ham".
A lawyer showed up to virtual court in the 394th district of Texas with a kitten filter turned on, the cat moving its lips and eyes, as Rod Ponton said he and his assistant were attempting to remove the filter during the court case.
There were at least two of those. "It" was a fixture on the car show circuit for a few years. Those being indoor attractions, filling arenas and civic auditoriums with both nationally known cars and local creations over a long weekend. Dad was a hot rodder as well as being into several sorts of racing. He was part owner of one race car that made it into a few of those shows, and had painted a few others. It was a blast being a kid in that environment. I went to something like a dozen car shows before my mid teens.What the Pink Panther car looks like inside! I wanted that car when I was a kid.
Just some electricity moving along the power line
Is whatever effect that is causing the sparks also causing the noise? Why does the image get brighter after the flame disappears?
Arguably the most famous British sports interview ever:
lol .. no, Brian Clough used to come and watch his son Nigel play at our school sports days (John Taylor High School, Barton under Needwood). I was crap at football, Nigel went on to be the manager at Burton on Trent then Derby last I heard.Why would his son watch you lot play football? Was he a bit crap at it?
Here's an interesting little experiment to try with the Clough/Revie interview. Try watching it from the point of view of someone who doesn't know who either of them are, and guess which of them has just reached the peak of his profession and which one has seen his reputation damaged and, only hours before, had the humiliation of being sacked after only 44 days from a job that he took to prove that he was a better manager than the man goading him from 3 feet away.
lol .. no, Brian Clough used to come and watch his son Nigel play at our school sports days (John Taylor High School, Barton under Needwood). I was crap at football, Nigel went on to be the manager at Burton on Trent then Derby last I heard.
The exchange that begins at 17:48 is when Clough goes clinically for the jugular.
And then making Revie repeat his confession is pure rhetorical method.
Revie is clearly rattled and has difficulty remaining equable from then on.
Wow Firefox hates that site with a passion if you have tracking protection turned on! It goes into a fit of reloading over and over again, quite soothing really.