P&G and Vinopolis →
An amazing story about P&G and Vinopolis. In order to host a mothers of athletes meeting, in order to adhere to the “mother sponsor” marketing concept, P&G are willing to make mothers’ children redundant. In order to adhere to their new brand campaign of ‘sponsors of mothers’. They are taking it as far as being the “official sponsor of the athletes’ mothers”. And, at the same time,...
Worst Movies Ever Made - Guardin →
Some excellent choices on here! On Golden Pond – On Turgid Boredom. My parents love this film, and i remember watching it thinking WHEN IS SOMETHING GOING TO HAPPEN. Kill Bill vol. 1 – props Nick Broomfield, excellent description of why it’s so terrible. Gratuitous violence about 0. Blue Velvet – it’s not as good as the last time you watched it, but doesn’t deserve this hate! Gigli – can not...
Pseuds Corner →
“My friends who wear glasses tell me that putting on your first pair is unforgettable. Things suddenly look clearer and you can spot details that you didn’t know you had been missing before. I don’t wear glasses but I’ve experienced a similar effect over the last week while using the new iPad.”
Harry In Jamaica Funny Photo
Another amusing photo from a newspaper website from @williamprunier: a) The phonetical spelling - and imagining it being said by Harry b) the fact that they look like they’re about to get off with each other c) the fact he finds this hillarious d) the fact that the queen looks off her head in the background e) the phrase “delighted Jamaica” Hahhahahahahha!
Ed Milliband's Those Three Words →
“There should be a standard Made in Britain mark that is backed, not just by industry, but by government. “This is not about a backward-looking ‘Buy British’ campaign. “This is not about making consumers feel bad if they don’t buy products from British businesses. “It’s about something else. “The CEO of Stoves said something which stuck with...
In A Land Of Plenty
About 11 years ago, i watched a BBC Two drama and thought it was the greatest thing i’d ever seen. It had a forgettable name, all i could remember was it was a drama, going through about 50 years of history of a family, one of them turned out to be a photographer, and it aired on BBC Two. It disappeared my dere like mother’s mink, and I’ve spent the last 11 years looking for it....