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Friday 18 June 2004
On Sunday evening, I was dining on oysters in a famous Paris brasserie (well, somebody has to) when Zidane's penalty beat David James. Even in such a gastronomic shrine, the blokes around the bar erupted. The man at the next table leaned over to me and muttered sympathetically, "It's only football." In general, the French seem to manage the "only football" shrug in times of victory - which takes some character - as well as in moments of defeat - which any loser can do.
Saturday 22 May 2004
The whole world may be at a Loch Fyne Oyster Bar these days (there are about 25 in the UK), but Gordon Brown and John Prescott went back to basics and pulled in at the original one, in Argyll, for their recent political powwow.
Saturday 02 August 2003
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