It's what the gentlemen in front of him think about it all amuses me. There
are quite a few grins around. Actually I think it adds a touch of humour to
the whole thing. The remaining pages of the book are all well worth the
money too, an excellent publication all round.
No chance of sneaking a look in the bookshop though as this year the book
is shrink wrapped with a little freebie paperback of equally excellent
>>Apparently in the news, Leicestershire spinner Matthew Brimson has been
>>criticised after an apparently exposing himself in a team photograph
>>featured in the new edition of the Wisden Cricket Almanack.
>Just had a look at my own copy of Wisden and it *does* rather look as if
>that's what he's doing. Just the sort of jolly jape that a cricketer
>*would* try to pull in a team photograph. It shows how little attention
>people generally pay to team photos that it could get all the way to
>appearing in Wisden before anyone noticed.
>>Hmm, I haven't seen the new Wisden, but I better make it quick otherwise
>>the publisher will make a "correction" to that photo...
>I suspect the cost of pulling in all the copies from the shops and
>replacing them would be prohibitive.
> "It is a very sad thing that nowadays there is so little useless
> Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)