England’s Lucky Mascot (and Team GG Tennis and Formula 1)

I would have liked to avoid sport again today, but it was such a busy and successful weekend for greenYgrey related sportspeople that I feel too sporty.

England Win Football World Cup

I helped win England’s only senior cup in the first year of my life: 1965/66 season. I was still resident in St. Helier, Jersey at the time, where I was born. This is me just before the World Cup, aged 7 months:

Jersey play in the English leagues, and football players such as Matthew Le Tissier and Graeme Le Saux have represented England.

My family were/are more Welsh, and I was taken to Wales a year or so later. My only known/living grandparent moved (back?) to England and died there. My father’s side of the family all grew up in England.

I don’t care about English identity so much any more anyway, specifically because of all the child grooming that’s gone on in the country, and ignored by the majority of (powerful) people, considering myself more British/U.K.

Sunday Sport (remembering the fun old comedy wordplay newspaper!)

While I was writing yesterday’s blog, England’s U20s were winning England’s first football World Cup at any level since 1966, beating Venezuela 1-0 in the final.

Yesterday in Leeds, the Brownlee brothers dominated the ITU triathlon race, and GB triathletes took four of the top five places. Moreover, they all had surnames beginning with B, with Bowden and Bishop in 4th and 5th. It would have been really amazing if all their forenames started with G, but they didn’t. Alarza of Spain took 3rd.

The women’s race and all the other events were great too, with the weather averagely mostly dry greenYgrey. The sky cleared in the evening, while today there’s been some heavier rain showers.

Team GG’s Continued Success!

Team GG (GreenyGrey) was a bit of fun, with anybody and anything in greenygrey colours added to it. However, people began taking it seriously! Either for rivalry, looking for clues to my sporting/identity/sexuality/ interests and preferences, or blaming it for any defeats, crashes and injuries!

Rafa Nadal, who’s been called the werewolf tennis representative for a bit of fun, and folklore competition with vampire Roger Federer, stormed back to his best on his favourite surface with a resounding French Open win on the very greenygrey Roland Garros (apart from the court surface).

Then Lewis Hamilton won the Canadian Grand Prix in his greenygrey Mercedes Formula 1 car, with his yellow helmet added to the greenYgrey look as the greenYgrey ascended the middle Y to yellowdom from the Werewolf of Oz to XaW Files; in a trilogy beyond most of humanity (at its current state of evolution anyway; hopefully it will continue…):

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Ostapenko Latham Latvia Legacy? No England Jinx

Just after a year after I completed my marathons ambition in Riga, Latvia, Jelena Ostapenko won the French Open Women’s Championship yesterday with a comeback win over equally white (Firstly, first sign of parody humour for Multicultural Fascists! For one-dimensionals, I’ll explain further; it’s comedy parodying the extreme pettiness of the political correctness that has created a climate for Islamism to flourish and the terrorist incidents this year to happen. Secondly, it’s pointing out that I feel like I can celebrate Ostapenko’s win over another white person, which wouldn’t be so easy if it was versus a non-white person; rather than celebrating the fact that there were two white women in the final! To show that I am not doing it for racist reasons, although it will almost definitely be lost on one-dimensional Multicultural Fascists, Serena Williams is taking time off to have a baby. Sorry for this extended explanation getting in the way of the celebratory comedy, but hopefully it shows how the extremes of Multicultural Fascism limit free speech) Simona Halep.

Moreover, with regard to the Kelvin MacKenzie Ross Barkley incident, with MacKenzie getting into trouble because Barkley has a Nigerian grandfather, which showed you can call working-class ‘chavs’ names and treat them as badly as you like as long as they’re ‘all-white’, if Halep has any non-white ancestors, I don’t know of them!

To return to Ostapenko’s joyous playing and victory, and the celebratory comedy, she did it in great greenYgrey style:

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The uncomplimentary first photo above is to show that this is comedy, and not sexual, as well as including a Yellow ball. The second photo shows Ostapenko’s greenygrey outfit, and greenY racket.

Explaining my Humour for the Young and Relatively Uneducated

I don’t think my last marathon being in Riga, Latvia had anything to do with Ostapenko’s great victory, with the 47th seed (1947 was the year of the Roswell U.F.O. incident, probably the most famous one ever, making a connection to show that anything can be connected to something weird or eerie if you have enough knowledge and intelligence, as Derren Brown does [not that I’m gay or bisexual: sorry boys!!]) the biggest outsider champion since 1933 (3 is of course a big number in the greenYgrey3, but mostly with parody).

Moreover, Halep was the tournament favourite, and one set up and 3-0 up in the second set, before Ostapenko won 4-6, 6-4, 6-3. Those who try and create a devil connection from the 6s should note that Ostapenko only had two of those 6s!

I think Ostapenko won the title because of her talent and training, reflective of the proud vibrant exuberance I saw in Latvia last year. If my visit had any impact, I would be chuffed and proud, but I don’t think it did.

For those who make me out to be an England jinx, to try and make me unpopular with English people; especially those who are not English themselves, but still play the ‘local card’; yesterday, I also watched the amazing end to the Scotland v England game, which was played in a great post-terrorist attacks atmosphere, making me proud to be British. I then watched the Argentina v England rugby game, which also had a great ending.

I’ll end this show by looking like a ‘Jewish stereotype’ for the Multicultural Fascists, who consider Jewish people white enough to hate, and ignore the fact that I’ve put my morality and writing before money and work; by declaring my book(s) outstanding self-proclaimed genius literature, and one(s) you should definitely buy:

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Forest Green Promotion for Vegetarian Week, Nadal and Hamilton Win Again

Forest Green Rovers won promotion to the Football League on the weekend, in time for national vegetarian week, becoming both the club from the smallest population catchment area in the Football League, and the greenest. They are owned by Ecotricity’s Dale Vince, and have won promotion on a vegan diet. They plan a new eco stadium now.

Parody Satirical Comedy with Real Sporting News

Moreover, they play in great greenYgrey, starting a parody satirical comedy round-up with real news:

There was a lot of greenYgreying going on when they won promotion:

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Sporting Nostalgia: Rafa Nadal and Lewis Hamilton

While Forest Green Rovers are hopefully pioneering a green future for football, and appeared on the greenYgrey for the first time today, a couple of greats from greenYgrey sport were on form at the weekend too.

Rafa Nadal, the werewolf representative in the eternal battle with vampires, represented by Roger Federer, won the Madrid Open with some great gYgPOPing:

Rafael Nadal

Also in Spain, Lewis Hamilton won the Barcelona Grand Prix, in the city of Marc Latham’s fourth marathon in 2013. Hamilton updated the old Mercedes greenYgrey look with a yellow helmet, and combined some great greenYgreying with his crucial passing manoeuvre against arch rival Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari:

Vettel defends from Hamilton

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Reflections Coincidence 5: Age, Mind and Exercise

I saw this mindfulness article yesterday, providing advice to older people about exercise, with particular emphasis on stimulation for the brain. The article and video contain lots of greenYgrey and PinkyOrangePurple relevance, while the obviously very intelligent and well presented psychologist’s name sounds like an abbreviation of the second greenygrey trilogy book, Werewolf of Oz, in a very nice and respectful non-racist You Know Who Wu WoOway.

Werewolf of Oz: Fantasy Travel by Google Maps by [Latham, Marc]

Reflections Coincidence 3: Riga Marathon and Mind

This is the blog post I started yesterday, before seeing that this week’s WordPress photo challenge is Reflections:

This time last year I travelled to the Baltic for the first time, primarily to take part in the Riga marathon, with this year’s taking place this Sunday. It was the end of a five marathons, one every three years, twelve years ambition. Here’s some different kinds of reflective (nature, history-glass and personal) photos, in a greenYgrey3 collage from a day trip I made the day after the marathon, to Sigulda and Turaida, a couple of hours from Riga.

I then continued to Estonia and Finland, which were equally naturally nice.

As well as being a running ambition it had also been a mental health mission. There was a recent documentary, Mind Over Marathon, about people struggling with similar mental challenges training to take part in this year’s London marathon. I would joke that Princess Kate was representing the greenYgrey in it, but perhaps this is not the place… and she wasn’t wearing gYg… as she often has.

I think that when I started my mental health and running mission only a small percentage of people thought they had mental health issues, about 1 in 7 rings a bell, whereas in a Mental Health Foundation report I saw in the Metro newspaper yesterday two out of three think they’ve had a problem.

I think this is down to more knowledge about it. The pressures of modern life have probably increased mind problems in some ways too; overpopulation, technology time pressures and bullying, awareness of negative world events etc; but most people have a better quality of life than in the past. People used to have to work more and in worse conditions, but maybe they had more community spirit and social identity; such as miners missing their work and not wanting to swap it for a clean call centre with a view!

Question of Sport Inspires Question of gYgPOP

As I watched Question of Sport last week, and the studio changed from predominantly POP (PinkyOrangePurple) to greenYgrey it inspired me to question myself:

  1. Are the studio designers greenYgreyliens/POPolutionaries?
  2. Are they anti-greenYgreyliens reclaiming greenYgrey and PinkyOrangePurple?
  3. Are they engineers of a coincidence?

Here’s a couple of images of the gYgPOPing:

greenYgrey POP emerged out of Andy Warhol’s pop art, in the best parody comedy travel quest book of the century, hidden from the masses by hunt supporters gatekeepers on the right, and child grooming supporters on the left.

Hopefully you will find a way through the middle, like our Y, and rise up to the challenge:

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Tennis Serves, Love Returns? Eugenie Bouchard v Maria Sharapova

Love the mixed-up vole arrived in the XaW Files story at the end of chapter 1 in Saint Petersburg, after an epic Moscow chess match story, in one of the best love scenes from the book, blogged previously on this website:

‘I was sorry to say goodbye to the horse, but was glad I opted to watch the tennis, as it was a great game. Kournikova took the first set to love, then Sharapova took the second to love. The third set would decide it, like the Y in greenygrey. The games went to serve throughout the set, and Kournikova was winning the tie-break to love, when I felt something tugging at my leg. I looked down, and was astounded to see it was Love, the mixed-up vole; the love correspondent at the greenYgrey.’

Bouchard v Sharapova

In Saint Petersburg it was a fantasy match between Anna Kournikova and Maria Sharapova, and last night there was just about the closest thing to a real game as Sharapova played Eugenie Bouchard, who last won an appearance on this site back in 2014, when she played in the Wimbledon final against Petra Kvitova.

Madrid, Bouchard and Sharapova seemed to be paying tribute to the greenYgrey, in a parody comedy way, with the players sporting mixed-doubles POP (PinkyOrangePurple) outfits and the tournament the greenYgrey, highlighted in the two photos featured on MSN news:

mariasharapova - cropped: Maria Sharapova and Eugenie Bouchard shake hands

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