Friday, September 28, 2007

Friday, September 14, 2007

Coming Soon

Everyone else blogged about this when he released the cover so I thought I'd be different and only mention it now. Twenty's book is nearly there.

One can hope that it makes it big, is put into a movie and grosses more than Harry flucking Potter. Feck it I cant stand those mind controlling movies and books.

One then one can hope that with his newly found fortune Twenty decends into a life of living it up, sleeping with numerous supermodels and other such fit birds and blows his entire fortune in a very short space of time and is back blogging then.

Maybe he could just live of his name afterwards like Chesney Hawkes.

More Politics Stuff

As you may or may not know, Damien owns a few websites (when will the madness stop). One of these is This has been newed up a bit, jazzed a little more, and is now ready for re-launch is grand Windows 95 style.

Go an have a look or we will set Gerry on you.

Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Must See Movie - Mischief Night

If you liked 'East is East' or kinda liked 'The Full Monty' then you must get out another English movie called 'Mischief Night'.

This is a really funny and well made movie set in Leeds in northeast Eng-er-land. The basic idea of the movie is that each year in Leeds they celebrate a night, sort of like Halloween, called Mischief Night. On this night anything can happen. The story centres around a women with three children each by different men. Mischief Night is on the Friday night but the movie starts the previous Monday and builds up to the Friday.

Its really funny but be prepared for some crass language and some drug-related scenes and it is defo an 18 rated movie.

Go get it out...

House Husbandry

You know, as much as it pains me to say this but I have really enjoyed having the last four weeks of work. Sure the house has to be clean and the dinner made for the good wife when she gets home, but its great hanging around the house.

Its also mighty for pretending to be cleaning the house when really on the interweb and watching Liverpool DVD's.

In all seriousness, I can see why parents that stay at home with kids do have a full time job. I don't have any kids but each evening you wonder where the feck the day has gone. You ask yourself: what have I done? Where did the day go? Did I achieve anything? In most cases you don't think that certain things take the amount of time they do or maybe in this day and age we all just want things done now and the quicker the better.

So I raise my hat and tip my glass to all those housewifes and househusbands and say fair play to ye.

Now, Im off to surf the web and then twill be dinner time.