Category Archives: Inneresting
I thought it would be interesting to have a summary of what the major parties are saying on Twitter during #GE2017, so here’s what I did: For both @Conservatives and @UKLabour, I took all tweets & replies from every day … Continue reading
A missing student (15) has reportedly run away abroad with maths teacher Jeremy Forrest (30), who also writes, produces and performs music under the stage name ‘Jeremy Ayre‘. This morning, some of Jeremy Forrest/Ayre’s web presences have been disabled, but … Continue reading
I was reading a copy of MAD Magazine from March 1979, and was impressed by how far we’ve come since then. (Part I) I was reading a copy of MAD Magazine from March 1979, and was impressed by how far … Continue reading
The following is a little snippet of an ordinary man’s history that was recently found by a friend in a pile of forgotten correspondence. It was passed from one (blood) brother to another to show what some (blood of the … Continue reading
I am shocked that this is possible. It is awesome. Gigapixel.com – President Barack Obama’s Inaugural Address by David Bergman Check out the four guys on the far-right of the roof of the white building in the background. Seriously. (via … Continue reading
A bus campaign that has really kicked off: Guardian – The atheist bus journey: Thanks to you we raised enough money to put ads on 800 buses across the UK, and the campaign has gone global. A bus campaign that … Continue reading
a) It’s not your fault. b) It’s not AC/DC’s fault.
Death and why you may have difficulty imagining the experience that follows it. No, asking a zombie doesn’t count; they haven’t been to the void, emptiness, oblivion *or* the sweet trolley. The best they can imagine is a dull tearing … Continue reading
BBC – Grand Pier at Weston-super-Mare BBC – Fleetwood Pier in Lancashire I call Morgan for the trifecta.