I have had a brilliant bunch of e-mails in the last couple of weeks and here is the pick of the pile.
Flying Fjortoft — try saying that with a mouthful of pie and Fanta — wants to know why there is not yet a darts computer game. All suggestions will be considered by me and my gurus, and a voice over might well be in order. Sir Sid I may well not become, but for all my Moses work for darts since circa 1972, perhaps there’s a teeny gong in the ether.
Chris Ward tells me the commentary booth in Vegas was not properly sound-proofed. At least we can breathe in the present booth; a couple of years back they put us in a giant boxing glove and zipped us in! Anyhow the Yank supporters are now getting the message about creating darts frenzy and the odd Sidney yelp just adds to the ambience.
John Jones thinks Phil Taylor’s dominance of the sport makes life boring. Come off it Johnny Boy, you are completely wrong. Taylor is the main factor in getting darts recognised as a sport. He grafts hard just like when he was at a lathe making toilet chain handles. He is teaching the art of dartness to young Adie Lewis, and when he went down to Part at Blackpool he did so in a blaze of glory, self laceration and masses of respect for the victor. (You may be off beam Johnny, but your articulate ideas get you a set of Unicorn darts — with special Sidney patter flights.)
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