My latest piece for SPOnG sees me give some right royal Steve Jobs bashing. I'm quite happy with how this piece came out.
This post was going to be about how successful I've been in kicking my tea habit. I was going to mention about how I'd done really well. I was going to tell you all about how I'd substituted drinking normal tea for green tea. Except I cheated.
For those of you who don’t know me, I’m addicted to tea. I don’t mean I need a weak cup of piss in the morning to make me less drowsy. I mean proper addicted. Heavy shit. The stronger the better. So much so that my dentist is convinced that the stains on the back of […]
Not a long one tonight, just thought I’d let you all know that my second piece of games journalism is up on SPOnG. It focusses on the apparent prevalence of sequels and franchises in gaming. This one was a bugger to write, mainly because I’m quite ambivalent about them– far more so than the title […]
On one of my many Google instant searches, I stumbled upon a site called 'Dandy Designs'. A "gallery of God's handiwork", this site claims to show examples from nature which unequivocally prove that God designed everything. You can probably see how much respect I hold for this notion by the fact that I've listed this blog under 'Superstitious Arsetalk'.
Sorry I haven't posted a blog today. I've been busy having a birthday.
Maybe I'm just one of those cocks who is unable to like something after it becomes popular, but I found the first episode of the new series of The Inbetweeners to be stagnant, predictable and flat.
I was out in the local market town on Saturday night with my friend, Matthew. It was around half past twelve, and he'd only gotten three hours' sleep the night before. He said he was probably going to head home. Then a young girl accused Matt of not being 'hardcore'. This riled me.
This is my third and final readers' suggestions blog, and it was bloody hard. Trying to find redeeming characteristics of Ringo Starr sometimes seemed like SETI's hunt for extraterrestrial life. Despite putting in tonnes of effort, my searches always proved to be fruitless.
For the second of my readers' request blogs, I'm going to take up the challenge of "A chronological report on the life of Philip, Jesus’ 5th apostle". Except I'm not going to quite do a chronological report. I'm just going to write a story because I don't have time to extensively research Philip.