There isn’t that much that I feel bothered about at the moment, aside from the usual <a href=”http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/teams/n/newcastle_united/4726855.stm”>Lee Bowyer nonsense</a> (he feels betrayed that Newcastle were looking to sell him, despite bringing the club into disrepute at least twice in his short career with them. Tosser.)<br />
But instead, I was interested to see that the Guardian were promoting a <a href=”http://sport.guardian.co.uk/smalltalk/story/0,13852,1538145,00.html”>David Seaman interview</a> on the sports section. What has old “safe hands” got to say?<br />
Nothing. It’s the most boring interview I have read in a long, long time. <br />
Example question: “<b>Do you know how much a pint of milk costs?</b><br />
No. I do my shopping at Waitrose and they have a barcode machine where you just pay it off.”<br />
Why do they bother?