Pauls stag night

It was my cousin Paul’s stag night last weekend in Bournemouth, me Ben and Chris decided to camp at a site near Poole both to save money and show off our latest camping gadgets. Chris has a superb frame tent, freestanding cooker with grill, additional gas hob, sturdy aluminium table, chairs and various different lamps… Continue reading Pauls stag night

Greed and relativity

A person can become saturated with their own greed, it’s the point where the interest in private wealth is lost and its RELATIVITY is increased by keeping the resources of those around them to an absolute minimum. Then instead of a finite figure prosperity can be measured in terms of a ratio, which has a… Continue reading Greed and relativity

Fahrenheit 911

This fantastic documentary by Michael Moore exposes the creepy links between grotesque Bush family, and the equally repugnant House of Saud / Bin Laden. It pretty much reinforces what we knew already whilst also including elements of Stupid White Men where applicable. From start to finish the emotional rollercoster swings between hilarious captions of Bush… Continue reading Fahrenheit 911

Keeping up appearances

Prince bloody Charles. Every time I see his gormless baffoon like face I get more annoyed. Now I don’t mean to sound shallow here but this is an issue of appearance and representation. It terrifies me to think that consumers of media the world over might judge us as a nation on the images of… Continue reading Keeping up appearances

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I like it

Recently I downloaded some outstanding tracks by seminal sixties pop group Gerry and the Pacemakers. The simple nature of the sound and the innocence of the scouse vocals somehow balance the sickly and quite frankly inane lyrical content, it’s great stuff you should try it. A few years back I worked for a mates sixties… Continue reading I like it

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I like it

Recently I downloaded some outstanding tracks by seminal sixties pop group Gerry and the Pacemakers. The simple nature of the sound and the innocence of the scouse vocals somehow balance the sickly and quite frankly inane lyrical content, it’s great stuff you should try it. A few years back I worked for a mates sixties… Continue reading I like it

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Fly the flag

I was sat on the Train from Cambridge to Liverpool Street the other day, a journey memorable for two reasons. Firstly for being verbally harassed by an incredibly drunk, and fairly amusing Italian bloke who was gagging for a fag. “May I have a lighter my friend?” , “No mate….. you can’t smoke on this… Continue reading Fly the flag