Snow on the Pea Soup by Gregory Randall
And other Anecdotes

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“(The author) made it his habit to collect anecdotes of all types during his journeys and now shares them in this uneven book of light reading…(it) requires a major rewrite to attract a wide audience.”
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This book represents 50 years of collecting anecdotes, starting at Oxford University at the end of its golden age of developing the personality as well as the brain. So different from nowadays where Britain's left wing conservative government requires the world's best known University to waste its money and time explaining to stupid schoolchildren who won't apply because they think they will be murdered because the "Inspector Morse" murder mysteries are set In Oxford, that they are fiction- pupils this stupid don't deserve any university education. It goes forward to 2013, with a big airport denying there is an airline called British Airways, and the potential sighting of the ghost of a cowled monk in an ancient churchyard. Geographically it includes the little visited countries of Kazakhstan (a real anecdote, not the silliness of Borat) and the tiny coral Cook Islands in the middle of the Pacific.
 

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Published August 29, 2013 by AuthorHouse UK. 164 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction
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on Nov 20 2013

“(The author) made it his habit to collect anecdotes of all types during his journeys and now shares them in this uneven book of light reading…(it) requires a major rewrite to attract a wide audience.”

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