Simpson Wet T Shirt

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  • A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
  • T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
  • jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
  • A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
  • Simpson was a manufacturer of household appliances based in Adelaide, Australia.
  • Scottish obstetrician and surgeon who pioneered in the use of ether and discovered the anesthetic effects of chloroform (1811-1870)
  • O. J. (1947–), US football player, actor, and celebrity; full name Orenthal James Simpson. Following a successful career as a running back for the Buffalo Bills 1969–77 and the San Francisco 49ers 1978–79, he became a television sports commentator. He was arrested in 1994, accused of murdering his wife and her male companion, but acquitted after a lengthy, high-profile trial. In 2008 he was sentenced to at least 9 years in prison on separate charges of assault and kidnapping
  • United States divorcee whose marriage to Edward VIII created a constitutional crisis leading to his abdication
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Those two little friends of mine-Sonny Ramadhin and Alf Valentine
Those two little friends of mine-Sonny Ramadhin and Alf Valentine
Sonny Ramadhin the first East Indian to represent West Indies, was a small neat man whose shirt-sleeves were always buttoned at the wrist. After just two first-class matches, he was called up for the famous 1950 tour of England, where he baffled the batsmen with his ability to spin the ball both ways. He bowled right-arm offbreaks and legbreaks with no discernible change of action. At Lord's, Ramadhin took 11 for 152 in 115 overs as West Indies recorded their first win there. The team relied heavily on him and his "spin twin" Alf Valentine, and the long spells both contributed probably reduced their later effectiveness. At Edgbaston in 1957 Ramadhin bowled 98 overs in the second innings - 129 in the match -- as Peter May and Colin Cowdrey played him largely with their pads. But in that first series, he was devastating. He later played in Lancashire - for the county and in the leagues - and still lives there. Vaneisa Baksh Ramadhin was shown as KT Ramadhin when he came to England in 1950. He explains why. "The kids at school had called me Sonny so I adopted that. But when I got to England they insisted that nobody could go through life without initials. The next time I picked up the paper I'd become K T Ramadhin. I never did find out what my new English names were supposed to be." Alf Valantine Alf Valentine, who has died in America at the age of 74, was a vital cog in the first great West Indian team - the one that shocked England in 1950 by winning the series 3-1. England had been forewarned about the Three Ws - Frank Worrell, Everton Weekes and Clyde Walcott - who formed the batting spine of that strong 1950 side. But they hadn't expected to have to contend with two contrasting top-class spinners as well. It was some of the most inspired selection by any Test side. Before the tour Valentine, who turned 20 shortly after he arrived in England from Jamaica, and Trinidad's Sonny Ramadhin, 21, had played just two first-class matches apiece - the trial games for selection. Although they didn't set the world alight - Valentine took only two wickets, for 190 - they obviously impressed someone, and were called up for the boat trip to the UK. Valentine was tall, and bowled briskish left-arm spin with a whirling action. He ripped the ball savagely: one of his team-mates thought he could probably turn the ball on glass. Ramadhin, meanwhile, bowled a mystifying mixture of offbreaks and legspinners, with his sleeves rolled down (and often with his cap firmly in place). They seemed to bowl almost all summer. The 1950 team's only real weakness was a lack of class in pace bowling, and Ram and Val would soon be wheeling away after a few perfunctory new-ball overs. In all Ramadhin took 135 wickets on the tour at 14.88, and Valentine 123 at 17.94 - the next-best was the medium-pacer Gerry Gomez, with 55 at 25.58. Valentine went for less than two an over throughout: his 1185.2 overs cost only 2207 runs. With Ramadhin sending down over 1000 overs too, both the spinners bowled more than twice as many overs as anyone else, except Gomez (680.3). Valentine must have drained quite a few bottles of the surgical spirit that he applied to his sore spinning finger after a long spell. It was the same story in the Tests. In the first, at Old Trafford, Valentine marked his debut with 8 for 104 (and 3 for 100), taking the first eight wickets to fall in his first Test. But this time the batting misfired, and England won comfortably. Then came the famous Test at Lord's - West Indies' first win on English soil, at Lord's too, the match that inspired a famous calypso about "Those two little pals of mine, Ramadhin and Valentine". What shocked MCC members almost more than Ramadhin's 11 wickets and Valentine's seven was the sight of West Indian supporters dancing on the hallowed turf after the game, which their side had won by a whopping 326 runs. With Worrell and Weekes running into form West Indies won the series going away. At Trent Bridge they put on 558 - Worrell himself made 261 - then turned the spin twins loose. Valentine bowled 92 overs in the second innings, a record at the time, and took 3 for 140: Ramadhin (who was later to claim that record) claimed 5 for 135 in 81.2. And West Indies wrapped things up at The Oval with an innings win, despite Len Hutton's double-century. This time Valentine took 10 for 160 - a devastating 6 for 39 in the second innings - to take his series tally to 33 from four Tests, a West Indian record until Malcolm Marshall muscled past it in 1988. Both spinners were shoo-ins as Wisden Cricketers of the Year, and Leslie Smith's essay on Valentine probably explains why he was no great shakes as a batsman: "He scored no more than 49 runs on the tour without ever reaching double figures. This may have been due to the fact that his eyesight was far from perfect. He began the tour without spectacles, but midway through the season another member of the team asked
Did you ever see the Simpsons episode where Homer shaved, and then, over the next few seconds, his usual grey patch faded back in ? That's me that is. Actually I shaved last night, first proper (ie. not just a quick beard trimmer buzz) wet shave since August. Note the even rarer sighting of a collared shirt. It's a friend's 40th and I'm going for an "All-nighter on the City Desk" look. Some kind of Howard Hawks thing. I haven't done any research, can you tell ?

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