I guess once you’ve had them printed, you might as well stick them up around the neighbourhood still. (spotted the other week in a bus stop out on the main road near our place – probably would’ve been less noteworthy when I lived in Soho, but in NW10?!)
This blog came screaming into the world on November 25th 2003. http://jasonbstanding.com/2003/11/2003-11-25-ok-lets-see-how-we-go/ Many things have changed since then. Man, is THAT a redundant statement in reference to a 10 year period… Version 1 of it all was something I put together as a way of teaching myself how to write PHP, after being hired for(…)
It’s fair to say that point-n-shoot compact cameras are good, but they’re not completely idiot proof. As I discovered on my recent trip to South Africa. Thankfully, not *all* of my photos of the Rhino & Lion Park near Johannesburg were quite so, well, frigging useless. One person I showed these to commented that it’s(…)
Yes. Movember is here. This year marks a decade of me upsetting all around with the curation of yet another absurd-looking lip slug. By November 30th 2013 I’ll have spent a total of 10 months putting dignity on the line in order to raise funds and awareness of mens’ health issues via the Movember charity:(…)
When he’s in form, he’s worth listening to.
Russell Brand: Following his appearance on Newsnight, the comedian explains why he believes there are alternatives to our current regime
“The lazily duplicitous servants of The City expect us to gratefully participate in what amounts to little more than a political hokey cokey where every four years we get to choose what colour tie the liar who leads us wears.”
It’s probably an obvious statement at this point that I’ve let my blog fall by the wayside, somewhat. 7 posts this year, and 3 of those were about something that happened last year. I was thinking about this earlier this evening, and it struck me that it’s got less to do with not having anything(…)
The gripping chronological account of our hero’s valiant but predictably futile attempts to try to sign up for a new mobile phone. Unmissable. ** The Scotsman.
So, Liz bought us bacon for bacon sandwiches this morning. Ultimate bacon. I said, “Babe, you’ve bought Ultimate Bacon”. She said, “Of course. I’m not having any of that Penultimate Bacon in the house”. What a legend.
Aaaand, GOODBYE productivity!: GeoGuessr is a geography game which takes you on a journey around the world and challenges your ability to recognize your surroundings.
VIDEO: Flatulent fan interrupts snooker: ON THE list of worst possible places for a flatulence problem to rear its head, the silent reverence of a world championship snooker match is definitely up there.