Fan made video which the band have now stuck on their own website. If you haven’t seen Once Upon A Time in the West, this will spoil the whole movie for you. You were warned:
Archive for May, 2007
In 1976 a crack soldier of destiny unit bought a house, no no, rented a house and did it up with their own money, no no, someone elses, I mean resting in my account…
A staggering film for the violence, the drama and the amazing acting. An alternative glance at life in New Zealand. Here’s one scene. There are many like it. Jake the Mus is a guy you root for one minute and you hate him for his violence towards others the next minute:
So banner ads do work. Handy. Means maybe that Google ads that are not clicked on will still be effective and won’t cost you anything.
Lesbians everywhere will find this of interest:
This guy is lucky. He wins a car, re-enacts how he won to a local TV crew and then… watch and see:
IrishElection.com are recruiting for helpers on count day. Using MySay.com people in count centres can phone into a special number and their voicemail is turned into a live podcast-like message for the world to hear. In addition they will have people live-blogging from the count centres and lastly they will also have a textline in operation where people anywhere can text in gossip/drama/rumours and it will all be uploaded onto their site. Politics mixed with tech. *drool*
If you want to help out give them an email on IrishElection < AT > Gmail.com and include your name, constituency you are in and your mobile number.
From 1994 to 2001 Roy was special adviser to the Leader of Fine Gael and Taoiseach, John Bruton TD. His knowledge of the workings of government is unsurpassed.
Roy was a political training consultant in Albania from March to June 2001 with the Washington based National Democratic Institute.
Too easy to make comparison jokes between Bruton and Tayto, isn’t it?
Blogorrah delete comments which pointed out they thought Olywn Enright was a bloke. They fix the post and delete the comment. Tut tut.
Krishna mentions a handy new networking group for new startups in Dublin called Link.
Via Lar, Penguins, penguins, penguins!
Colbert as Colbert and out of character. (Mostly)
The reaction has been interesting, some people laugh out loud and pocket the card. Some laugh out loud, pocket the card and then you can see them saying “What a fucking wanker” to themselves. The 3rd kind look at the card and tell me it is not funny and business people should take business seriously yadda yadda yadda. The 4th kind laugh at the card and then tell me I’m an asshole. I can work with these people the best.
Still, whoever I give the card to, there’s always a reaction, unlike when I get cards from most people where it’s a mechanical movement from one wallet to the other without any brain cells being stimulated. That’s the good thing about Hugh’s work, it always fires up those neurons, be it cards, suits or wine.
At least it’s not like the scene from American Psycho:
Edit: Howdy Hughsters!