The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Friday, 24 August 1990

The Return of Jo Jordan

‘Walking On Your Hands’ – Red Lorry Yellow Lorry

I’m now reading V FOR VENDETTA for the second time.

WATCHMEN has, perhaps, the better story, but V feels more extreme – especially in the character of V, who also has a great deal of mystique.  It’s so good!


‘Shout at the Sky’ – Red Lorry Yellow Lorry

Tonite, I went to The Angel with Legs, Ash and an old friend Ash had invited along for (Shock!  Horror!) Rod Griffin’s wedding!  That old friend was Jo Jordan and I was pleased to see her.  I haven’t seen her since my 19th birthday barbecue, last year.  She’s not been up to much.  But she’s great.  I like her and we talked for ages in the pub.

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Next time: ‘Getting off with Sophie…’

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