Monthly Archives: December 2005

Signs

One of my few minor regrets regarding my unexpected detour into life as a family man has been the lack of visits to the cinema it affords me. As a result, reviews I offer up here are likely to be … Continue reading

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Advanced knuckle-cracking

Back at work, it seems that even on Christmas Day the spammers were busily beavering away with their pointless spraying of drivel which nobody ever reads. (I realise it’’s all automated in complex technical ways that I wouldn’’t begin to … Continue reading

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Hip hop gardening

Someone at my workplace cycles in on a bicycle called a Fervent. I know it’s called that, because I’ve looked closely at it on the crossbar and that’s definitely what it says. At this point you’re probably expecting a typical … Continue reading

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Little Britain – how can people tell when it’s a repeat?

So Little Britain picked up the Best Comedy Award last night. Beats me. I don’t understand what kind of goldfish-memoried viewer is amused by seeing the same characters appear on screen week in week out, safe in the knowledge that … Continue reading

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Mr Simth Goes To Oxford

One of the many aspects of modern life which mystify me is the personalised number plate. Or to be more precise, the rubbish personalised number plate. Now, if you can stretch to a genuine, decent PNP (as I shall refer … Continue reading

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The brevity of Busted

I heard Year 3000 by Busted the other day. I realise Busted are no more and that as a result their output is of even less importance than it was when they were extant, but that didn’t stop me from … Continue reading

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It begins

Well, this is all very odd. For someone who is, more or less, a technophobe. It all seems strangely straightforward. Not for long, no doubt. I suppose I should begin with a worthy, finely worded mission statement of what I … Continue reading

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