- Well, I never knew that.
Pet Shop Boy Neil Tennant is a qualified Rugby League referee.
another bit of Maconie mischeif, I’m afraid
Yep. One of mine from the NME Thrills Believe It Or Not days. Still a few not been picked up. Like Neil Tennant being a qualified Rugby League referee https://t.co/7NeZjcCwYm
— Stuart Maconie (@StuartMaconie) January 1, 2019
Source:Posted 2 months ago
Ah, not quite, he was the second. Wikipedia:
“In 1955, he received his first job as a radio presenter and, a year later, became the second actor to portray James Bond (after Barry Nelson in the 1954 TV special Casino Royale) in a radio production of Moonraker for the SABC’s Springbok Radio.”Posted 2 months agoprecutduckMember
A bit less than 50%, you’ve overlooked those who are actually of average intelligence.
Yeah, if your using the IQ score (not a great measure) as a test then some people will be at 100. It’s a bell curve as well, so a higher number than you’d expect would be at 100.Posted 2 months agoeddiebabySubscriber
Miles Davis was known as Satchmo because he had a little satchel round his neck which was full of cannabis which he would consume every day.
The fail is strong with this one. Try Louis Armstrong.
Posted 2 months ago
Someone dubbed him “satchel mouth” for his mouth acting as a satchel. Another tale is that because of his large mouth, he was nicknamed “satchel mouth” which was shortened to “Satchmo”.
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