Some oddball stuff - some not so oddball - posted on various Blues fan forums down the years . . . enjoy!

I admit that many of these graphics ain't so goofy, or worse still, not anywhere near the best graphic design either!
I also admit I've come a long way since those days, and now have a graphic design website at

This first graphic is a mock up of a magazine cover for which I had taken the shot at a game versus
Sheffield Wednesday some years ago. I loved being able to include a Blues slant! KRO, John Baker

I've reworked some of the following memes 15 years on, but now to the mostly much older embarrassing stuff! . . .

Greetings after Mikael returned from a along injury layoff.

Robbie Savage's new baby

This must have been when Dugarry was dropped.

Andrew and Evan Baker send Christmas greetings.

The original shot was taken when Devs signed for Blues on loan, then came his baby.
Odd that he looks a lot like our Evan.  [the baby that is]


Darren Carter's new hairstyle kinda reminded me of an Osprey's nest

Kevin Ball on the Joys and Sorrows forum took the shot of the cross on Dartmoor,
and then someone suggested Robbie Savage should be hung from it.


Clinton Morrison let's me know what he thinks.

Dave in New Zealand downs some questionable looking elixir.


Evan shows his intelligence at an early age.


Me license plate in Idaho. One of 'em anyway.



We got back to the Prem and sucked up to the Refs.


This shot was announced under the heading,
'Naked babe in a Blues scarf'! Naughty, huh?!

Ashley Cole of Arsenal
got our Cisse sent off by feigning an injury . . .

. . . then someone mentioned that
'cheat' was all over his face, so I obliged!


Blues fan 'Macca' wanted to see our boy Andrew in Blues gear and generously sent
over a package of Blues stuff that was most generous.  Here Andy models the gear. 


I'd not long returned from Monument Valley, and got the chance to use this
before our semis versus Milwall.


We were all kinda down after drawing the first leg
at home to Milwall, 1-1.  Soooo . . .

Another morning after the game exhortation, and
yes, we made it to the playoff final versus Norwich!

Son Andrew predicting success the night before we beat Norwich in Cardiff

A bold prediction from moi the morning after our win at Milwall

The morning after the win at Milwall. This signifies that the black clouds are
moving away from St. Andrews and that there really is a silver lining


Morning of the playoff final versus Norwich in May, 2002

Well, the pictures tell the story . . .

Darren scores the winning penalty, wheels away and a
meat pie narrowly misses him!
[now there's some rheet gratitude for ya'!]

Kinda believable don't ya' think?

I'll forget for a mo that Pete Townshend is a QPR fan!
This was from the 1970 Isle of Wight rock festival
which I attended. The horrible part is that I actually bought a
copy of this programme.

January 13th, 2002, and Evan is dreaming BIG! 

Andrew was touted as a future Blues keeper the day he was
born - by me of course! - and this is one of several updates.
Not bad for a 15 month old, eh?!

Andrew again.  Can you guess what the topic was?

Having just alighted from the mother ship [centre], Neil [right] prefers
*Dave's cash to his ale.  Now that IS weird!
*[not in NZ]

How prophetic this came to be even though our season
at Christmas 2001 looked to be over. The bambino is my son Andrew.

Standing next to St. Andrews, this is how I prefer to remember my city!

Mid sixties Beau Brummie sticker I found
in my autograph book recently
If you're good I'll add more over time.
If something you liked ain't never not no here, let me know.
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