From Breitbart.com : ” A survey of British taxi drivers, pub landlords and hairdressers — often seen as barometers of popular trends — found that nearly 90 percent had no idea what a podcast is and more than 70 percent had never heard of blogging. “When I asked the panel … Continue reading
Another classic from b3ta. Showing you just what the press feels about Kate Moss and Pete Doherty at the moment – build them up and then knock them down. This one was by the amazing Beau Bo d’Or.
Well I saw more protesters today, the unions (clothed) and pensioners (naked). I’m still waiting for my free newspapers but nobody seems to be handing them out this year, which I find outrageous as it was the only way I felt I benefitted from the conference coming to town. These … Continue reading
It seemed less hectic down there than I thought it would be. Althought there’s still the presence of about 20 policemen (and women) with guns. I’ll take better pictures this week I promiss.
So Brighton is now locked down and there’s lots of armed police around. I even saw a battleship the other day. So I’ll be taking a few Conference photos over the next week and posting them here. The first is kind of for my Dad who was in the forklift … Continue reading
Just watched an appalling episode of Miami Vice on the Men and Motors channel. The dialogue was awful and Tubbs’ acting was so poor. Don Johnson actually gave an alright performance for once, maybe it was him that made the show so successful. Its amazing at how much TV has … Continue reading
If only that can be the result this afternoon, as it was in the 1980 FA Cup Final. But West Ham are playing well at the moment and I dont think anybody expected us to be second highest goal scorers and higher than Arsenal in the league. I’ll update with … Continue reading
I’ve been following the Cindy Sheehan story in the US for some time. Its good to see the polarisation of her supporters and detractors. Take a look at this FOX News deabte between Phil Donahue and Bill O’Reilly courtesy of Crooks and Liars. Probably the nearest thing to truth that … Continue reading