Take a look around you at the world we have come to know.
“Poorly organised and unprofessional”.
When William Marton Moulston invented the polygraph, little could he have imagined it would become a staple part of the daily entertainment of students and other assorted layabouts across the UK.
They say never work with animals or children but sometimes you just have to let them steal the show.
The working week is set to end with not so much a bang as a resounding BOOM likely to be felt (not to mention heard) across the planet.
Infra-red cameras are being used in a high-tech Fife crackdown.
It would help if you hum the haunting theme tune to Grand Designs from this point.
In Coming Up corner we have been known to suffer from jittery hands.
In Saturday’s Courier we ask: “Are plummeting congregation numbers leaving our nation’s churches in crisis?”
Take me to church.
Whether the weather is good or whether the weather is bad, the weather is always a story (though to be fair only when it’s bad).