Stuart Lennon

Stuart Lennon

Stuart is the writer, interrupted of the title on this website and its accompanying podcast.

Living the Dream 105. Audio-nasties

There must be something in the air this week. On the jobby-job front, everybody I've spoken to today has been a total (insert expletive of your choice here). Prickly, unpleasant and unreasonable.

Sean 34-38

You’re finished. Now. Done. Already. Tonight, you’ll be arrested by the Hungarian Police. Naturally, Consular Services will come to your rescue. I will accompany you home to London. There, I’ll pass you on to Special Branch. You’ll be charged, tried, convicted and imprisoned.

Working Tools 71. Apple Season

The most successful computer in the world is the iPhone. Now available as Phone, Phone mini, Phone Pro, Phone Pro Max, iPad, iPad Air, iPad mini, iPad Pro, iPad Pro max, MacBook Air, Mac mini, iMac.

Sean 31, 32, 33, 34

There was luxury and opulence at every turn. Each time he returned, the bedroom had been made up and the kitchen cleaned, the whole villa returned to pristine condition. It was like living in a five star hotel, but with invisible staff.

Flabby mid-sections

Nobody likes a flabby mid-section. Lockdowns combined with the fact that I'm a greedy git, mean that even by my own rotund standards, I'm on the large side. I'm tackling that with intermittent fasting, which at least limits the time that I can stuff food into my mouth. I'm also

Sean 27, 28, 29 & 30

“I know where you’re coming from Erika. Russians, casinos, strip clubs, it all looks dodgy, but we have to be commercial. They have given us open access to their books, and everything looks legitimate.”

Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Like many, I have watched recent events in Afghanistan with increasing despair. Anyone with more than a passing interest in history knew the day would come when the West would pack its bags and leave. Invading Afghanistan is straightforward. Overwhelming firepower will do it. However, that advantage counts for nothing

Sean 23, 24, 25 & 26

“It can do no harm to have a look, can it? What sort of volumes are we talking about, Ivan?” “A few million a month. No more.” “A few million forints. I can't see that being a problem.” He smiled. “Dollars.” Sean’s smile froze. He finished the Scotch.
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