Hacking with history
Rather, the sole reason I am mentioning Jefferson (I would like to think after so many Marylebone sightings we are on a first name basis) is because yesterday was October 17th, History Matters Day, a day when all UK residents were asked to join in a mass blog about our day's activities for the national record. And conscious not to bore you with all the sordid details of my 'rockstar-esqe' daily routine (such as the Rain Man like qualities exhibited by my identical lunch selections at Pret a Manger), I will merely admit to yet another Jefferson Hack sighting on Marylebone High Street last night.
With the 'average' aura of any uber trendy, mega star publisher who happens to have fathered fashion's golden child Jefferson is hard to miss. And given all the hype this week surrounding Madonna's adoption scandal, I could hardly resist chasing him into Waitrose to ask 'who really is the Daddy?' Because if you can briefly suspend worries over the baby from Malawi, is not the threat of Pete Doherty as dad also a worthy cause?
Post your own record of yesterday for posterity here. Or, then again, don't bother. Because, after all, we all know history just repeats itself anyway.