Posts by Ian Dalziel

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  • Capture: Eating Tim Tams with Tono and…, in reply to Russell Brown,

    Sister Ray....

    ...staggering round in the goddamn dark

    Maybe this will usher back in the golden age of Torch Singers?

    Christchurch • Since Dec 2006 • 5361 posts Report Reply

  • Capture: Eating Tim Tams with Tono and…, in reply to JacksonP,

    Oh, it's 3 P, see...

    Martin Phillips

    forgive my flip fillip, but it's Phillipps...
    :- )

    a bit more live stuff

    maybe you can get some performers' photos of the audience....
    a different vantage point, from a game set...

    Christchurch • Since Dec 2006 • 5361 posts Report Reply

  • Hard News: " To prostitute yourself to…, in reply to Steve Withers,

    completely overbored on ‘entertainment’

    very nice calibre of pun....

    Christchurch • Since Dec 2006 • 5361 posts Report Reply

  • OnPoint: Student Loans are Loans (Duh.),

    We'd have to do a double-blind belief test on that - blinkered and ya miss it!

    Christchurch • Since Dec 2006 • 5361 posts Report Reply

  • OnPoint: Student Loans are Loans (Duh.),

    Philosophistry seems to be a brand new (mine)field...

    Christchurch • Since Dec 2006 • 5361 posts Report Reply

  • Hard News: " To prostitute yourself to…,

    Chipping away at the Govt...
    Rebekah 'babbling' Brooks testifies...

    Brooks said she used to exchange frequent text messages with Cameron, including during the 2010 election campaign when the Conservative leader was still in opposition.
    "Occasionally he would sign them off LOL, lots of love. Actually, until I told him it meant 'Laugh Out Loud', and then he didn't sign them like that anymore," she said, blushing to the roots of her signature bright red curls.

    Christchurch • Since Dec 2006 • 5361 posts Report Reply

  • Hard News: " To prostitute yourself to…,

    Coulson held £40,000 Murdoch shares while working at Number Ten

    Andy Coulson today said politicians were keen to ingratiate themselves with The Sun.
    During his testimony at the Leveson Inquiry, he admitted 'it is fair to say' that all politicians were keen to get close to the newspaper.

    Christchurch • Since Dec 2006 • 5361 posts Report Reply

  • Hard News: Where do you get yours?,

    And that rare thing, a Beatles re-rub that shouldn’t be drowned in a bucket:

    and here is a you tube snippet on the making of the original... and the fact that it appeared recently on Mad Men - for a mere quarter million dollars! *
    I'll leave as a link to boingboing as that is a place I get info about new music, books - what is weird fiction - and comics and other fun stuff...
    like: man vs goose light sabre fight

    *and I'll drop my current obsessive link (again) here as well - an iconically pedestrian webcam - best viewed at night when the tourists are out in London...
    ... and yes Sofie, you are right,
    I don't get out much!
    ;- )

    I'm staying in for Sherlock Holmes tonight and hopefully going out to Fetus Productions tomorrow night...

    Christchurch • Since Dec 2006 • 5361 posts Report Reply

  • Hard News: " To prostitute yourself to…,

    Proofreader's report...

    ...speculated on which might befall Murdoch’s papers...

    speculated on what might befall...

    ...which it presetly 43% owned by News Limited.

    which is presently 43%...


    Pimp my read...

    Murdoch was different from the old Express and Mail owners in the global scale of his business and in that he was “very overtly prepared to use that power … if you cross Murdoch, he will use the power of his media outlets to punish you...”

    ...let's not forget 'the bouncing Czech' Cap'n Bob or Lord Black of Crossharbour

    Christchurch • Since Dec 2006 • 5361 posts Report Reply

  • Southerly: Liveblog: Moving House (Literally), in reply to Hebe,

    ....a school that runs from nursery, kindergarten, primary and secondary on the same site and it works amazingly well.

    Oh that the Government might adopt the Steiner model more widely, but it wouldn't suit their market driven approach - and I have to say all the Steiner kids I have met, have been the kind of folk I'd like to see the future in the hands of, bright, engaged, caring, balanced...

    the Hubbit...
    ...also the mix of tertiary and primary wasn't so well received in Gerry's electorate, when the UCSA built their new entertainment complex hard up against the primary school next door...
    What the heck ya pro rata's thinking is well outta proportion.

    Christchurch • Since Dec 2006 • 5361 posts Report Reply

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