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Woods, golf and winning – Jim Nelford said it best

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Woods, golf and winning – Jim Nelford said it best

Our latest column from William Thomas Every sport needs a god. Tiger Woods is back and golf is almost good again. You’ve heard of Tiger Woods, who despite his scandalous meltdown years ago continued to be one of the most exciting golfers in the game. An elegant and powerful athlete, Woods lived by the words: […]

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Ultimate recycling – turning litter into money

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Ultimate recycling – turning litter into money

Our latest column from William Thomas Oh, I know there are more serious problems in this world than the one that has my knickers in a knot. Like that 5.4 million square mile hot tub we used to call the Arctic. Or the fact that nuclear weapons are now in the hands of a man […]

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The nasty in the international ‘name shame game’

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The nasty in the international ‘name shame game’

Our latest column from William Thomas Since the 1970s, countries around the world have been sticking it to their sworn enemies by changing the names of the streets in the capital cities on which those rivals have their embassies. It seems to have begun in 1981 when Iran, in a war of words with Great […]

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Things so strange they need to be numbered

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Things so strange they need to be numbered

Our latest column from William Thomas Even with Sean Spicer gone, there are so many liars in the White House you need a program to keep track of them all. There are so many cheaters participating in the Olympics you need Russian numerals to list them all. And last week, so many strange things happened […]

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Here’s how you know you’re in a driverless car

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Here’s how you know you’re in a driverless car

Our latest column from William Thomas The driverless car is coming at us faster than Nick Nolte with the pedal to the metal and an open bottle of rum on the passenger seat. The AV or automated vehicle is truly a transportation revolution and one which the world is poorly prepared for. Like the rush […]

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… And you thought you had an odd job

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… And you thought you had an odd job

Our latest column from William Thomas As a high school student, I once had a summer job killing rattlesnakes as they slithered up to the conveyor belt at the Erie Peat Moss factory in Wainfleet. The women packaging the peat at the end of the line were most grateful. I had nightmares for months. Before […]

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