Tag Archives: Marc Latham

J.K. Rowling Pseudonym Controversy Update

Hi, it’s Wolf Whitzer, intrepid newshound in the Greenygrey world like Wolf Blitzer in the CNN one. I’ve just received this update about the J.K. Rowling pseudonym controversy and what it means for the Greenygrey world hot off the press from Marc Latham’s facebook page:

Marc Latham admits the possibility that he is a J.K. Rowling pseudonym, and welcomes research into the books under his name to bring the controversy to a quick conclusion.

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Football Kits use Greenygrey to Camouflage in Stadiums

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Hi, it’s Martin “Werewolfie” Adams, sports correspondent at the Greenygrey. We were sorry to see our unawere namesake, Martin ‘Wolfie’ Adams lost his darts title this week, but he was still a great ambassador for wolves in defeat.

The Greenygreyest Football Kit

While Leeds United came close to a greenygrey kit this season, with an almost grey black and almost green fluorescent yellow, it is the West Ham home goalie’s shirt that is the most greenygreyest in British football, as far as we know. An image of it is copied above from the West Ham website.

And guess what for an extraordinary coincidence. It is usually worn by Green’s namesake, Robert Green.

Our resident sports psychologist, Marc Latham, remembered from his time between the sticks that goalie’s either like to try and camouflage themselves, so opposing players don’t know where they are; or wear bright colours to attract their attention, in the hope that they then shoot straight at them.

We don’t know which theory is the most prominent at the moment, but guess that the greenygrey is to try and camouflage against the football stadium‘s dominant green and grey colours.

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Poem about Lessons of Life Lost in Death

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Marc Latham’s latest FM poem is a jolly little ditty for a January monday in the northern hemisphere, but the poem and day are not all doom and gloom, with
venus already bright in the light,
looking like a diamond coloured kite
above pink contrail ribbons
in a clear sky  sunset.
Here’s the FM poem:
Dying to Live, Living to Die
In Death
we find
what we’re looking for
our role’s rendezvous
not knowing the part
Life is learning and losing
returning to the magic
nature’s voluminous  void
promise of innate discovery
last known
At Birth
Marc Latham’s central site is at the Greenygrey (http://www.greenygrey.co.uk)

Eagle Poem about Spirit Animals, Dreams and our shared Environment

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Marc Latham’s latest poem is about those that inspire dreams in the sky; as well as the increasing danger to wildlife from a human population that has just grown by a billion to 7b in little over a decade, and with some leading thinkers calling for the West to race with China’s uncontrolled building program.

Although it is of course understandable that individual people and collective societies want to acquire a decent standard of living, or protect the one they already have.  Here’s the poetry:

Eagle Down

Imagination inspiration
preparing breakfast
over fantastic spread
swoops downstairs

through unknown tunnel

oncoming traffic
clips resplendent wings
spirit grounded
broken dreamcatcher