Links for a sunny but quite windy Saturday

Today is a non-stop continual no-slacking must-keep-going work day, so only three four. Shame Update: Chocolate Jesus cancelled Clerical hats Millions of the things. Songs in diagrammatical form I’ve been enjoying this blog recently. Bellringing update I continue to love this blog because it makes not a word of sense to me. But to between…

Today is a non-stop continual no-slacking must-keep-going work day, so only three four.

Shame
Update: Chocolate Jesus cancelled

Clerical hats
Millions of the things.

Songs in diagrammatical form
I’ve been enjoying this blog recently.

Bellringing update
I continue to love this blog because it makes not a word of sense to me. But to between about 4% or perhaps 9% of you it will make perfect sense, so I’ll post an extract:

In the last couple of weeks at practice I have started to call touches of Grandsire Triples. The particular touch is really quite simple — ‘in and out at one, three times’ rung from the 7. This means that you have to call bobs so that you make thirds and go into the hunt, and then call another bob at the next lead so that you come out of the hunt after just one lead; and repeat this three times, which brings the bells back into a plain course. Unlike in Plain Bob, bobs in Grandsire are called at handstroke, and in this touch that means at the handstroke of second place after leading — at which you make thirds and go into the hunt — and then at the handstroke of fifth place on the way down from the back (but really just before your own pull, because it should be timed with the pull of the bell that is in the lead) – at which you double-dodge 4-5 down to come out of the hunt. After coming out of the hunt you next dodge 6-7 down, then 6-7 up, and then next time call a bob to make thirds.

Brilliant.