Monday, 13 January 2014

Daily Mail baffled by Sherlock

The Daily Mail has followed the latest series of Sherlock with what seems to me to be a rather obsessive interest.
Today it cites last night's 'Left wing bias' as more evidence of BBC mismanagement or whatever.
I suggest they take a trip to 221B Baker Street and get some professional advice on what can be done about it.

FlemingPR - the softest of soft launches

I have just launched a new website to rationalise my PR work.
It's called FlemingPR and is at
Exciting times here at FlemingPR central.
Do spread the word and look out for my lineage ad in Private Eye.

Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Gareth Bale - football as art

If anyone ever doubted that great football is an art form, watch this.

The clip is taken from the Run of Play football blog - 'a blog about the wonder and terror of soccer'.

Wednesday, 16 February 2011

Joe Jordan makes Rino Gattuso look very small indeed

Joe Jordan is from mining stock just south of Glasgow.
I'm not sure he would even call this a headbutt.

Monday, 10 January 2011

The Palin map - Giffords' chilling prediction

The Independent's Jonathan Raban writes:

Gabrielle Giffords made great sense when, in March 2010, she discussed the Palin map with a TV interviewer, saying: "Sarah Palin has the cross-hairs of a gunsight over our district – and when people do that, they've got to realise there are consequences to that action."

We don't know exactly what she was getting at but it's a chilling quote.
Hopefully she'll soon be able to tell us.

Monday, 20 December 2010

Santa 2.0

Nice piece by Brian Campbell in today's Wall Street Journal.

He's saying that Santa needs upgrading and outsourcing. He thinks we need a Santa who: 'runs triathlons and talks about them on Twitter'.
Should somebody tell him? Where's Julian Assange when you need him.

Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Rubberbandits - pure genius

I can only describe this as undescribable.

Surely this should romp home as Christmas No1.