Category Archives: Unbalanced Columns

Going Gaga

I like Lady Gaga. As a singer/songwriter gestalt, she produces some catchy tunes. But now she’s been announced as “The Most Downloaded Artist In History”* and I feel this fails on four major accounts: MTV think it’s Jacko. I’m assuming … Continue reading

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For Fawke’s Sake

Consider this an early Sunday, it wouldn’t have quite the same impact tomorrow. Guy (Guido) Fawkes set out to destroy Parliament on the 5th of November 1605, positive that people would remember him. Remember, remember, the 5th of November… And … Continue reading

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What it’s all about –

Take a scene between two people. It happens wherever Monday happens. It smells of Tuesday. It’s about Wednesday. The feelings are of a Thursday. In the distance, you can hear Friday. What makes Monday so strange? That will be Saturday. … Continue reading

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Follow Friday

Possibly one of the weirdest constructs to come out of Twitter. Every Friday, or some fridays, or never, you are supposed to tweet the hash tag #ff or #ffs (which means something else normally) and then list all the people … Continue reading

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Jean Therapy

I don’t know what it is about Denim. I mean, I know it’s from the French town of Nîmes, but it’s less about its history and more about its look. Simply put, on the right person it’s great, and on … Continue reading

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CC D C F E – CC D C F E

The more musically minded among you may recognise the opening bars to what the Guinness Book of Records describes as the most well known song in the English language. It was written, and composed, by two sisters (Patty Hill and … Continue reading

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We’re on a road to somewhere

I get lost easily.

It’s not something I trained on, but it’s perhaps a side-effect of spending so much time indoors. So when I go outdoors, I am semi-reliant on street signs.

Which doesn’t really work if there aren’t any. Continue reading

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