Thursday, 31 July 2008

The BPI are wasting everyone's time.


Let's get a bit of perspective here.

The BPI are wasting everyone's time and Geoff Taylor and his crew can quite frankly just piss off and stop bleating their arses off in the press.

Even now, years after the rise of digitally led services, the BPI are still so far behind the curve it is quite unbelievable. I remember going to a talk they did about 3 years ago and the chap from the BPI (sorry can't remember his name as he was so shit) came out with the classic line of "there is no difference between walking into HMV and stealing a CD and going online and downloading an illegal track"


What a prick.

The BPI (great site by the way, did you make it yourself Geoff?) are running around trying to grab on to any bit of land they can find. You're making yourselves look ridiculous and if anyone thought highly of you before, they certainly don't now.

So please, you can't turn back the clock on technology. ISP's are not the police and the police themselves have better things to be doing than running around hunting down 16 year old music lovers just cause they downloaded a track from somewhere you don't think is appropriate.

If the content was so fucking good, people wouldn't give it away free in the first place. If you want people to blame for the shit you're in - look no further than the music industry's very own front door.

Tuesday, 22 July 2008

LGT and the Thieving Bastards from around Europe

On the grounds of impartiality, I do hope that the authorities do their due diligence and make sure they're completely water tight with their case before they name and shame anyone linked to this. Especially in the UK as I'd be interested to hear who's been stashing away the cash.

Surely no one linked to politics - no I won't believe a word of it.

Please read the FT article as it starts becoming farcical as those who have been caught are now thinking of suing LGT for failing to inform them promptly of the theft which led to their demise.

No shame whatsoever. Not that I expected anything different.

Wednesday, 16 July 2008

Spoof Dolmio Ads

Straight from Glasgow. And without apology.

Wednesday, 9 July 2008

Monday, 7 July 2008

July 7th 2005. In memory.

We are resolute and we are strong because we bond together and work together. Let us not forget the tragedy that besets us, instead let us strive forward to bring comfort and support to others through whichever means we can.

In memory July 7th 2005

Wednesday, 2 July 2008

Keep Making Money In The Downturn: Solution No.1

As the recession bites deeper everyday it seems, here's a tasty little number to draw in the customers and keep your revenues up.

You can thank me later when your business is still afloat.

Oh Sir Alan, please don't go.......ok off you pop.

Alan Sugar to step down from Amstrad. Is Amstrad still actually in business?!

Hi I'd like to buy some third rate ugly looking electrical goods that might break within days of purchase.

Well Sir, you certainly know what you want, don't you! How about this phone/email monstrosity. It's only about the size of your house, actually it fits 4 people quite comfortably. Obviously it will break down within threee months but just look at the finish on that. It's a beauty. In fact I have one of these myself, I shipped it to Spain and now use it as a holiday home.

That does sound appealing, but can I afford it?

Of course you can Sir, no home can afford to be without tat like this. At under £50 for the product and if you want we can charge you £7000 for the installation including strengthening your floor to accomodate the weight, it's a veritable bargain. I'd love to give you a discount but any less and I'd be doing myself. Shall we say £7500 spondoolies?


You certainly have been.