Results tagged “blog”
Rather belatedly, after many years as a refusenik, I have signed up to Facebook.
The prospect of tracking down, and being tracked down by, friends of yore and having to explain myself (and my years of silence) always shepherded me away from the cult of Likes.
There were a number of fiddly cross-matched plans I was due to execute the next morning, all reliant on there not being a sticky white meringue atop the railways of southern England.
So it was unsurprising that, come the middle of the night, an alarm sounded in my head. Or so I thought.
So it was a no-score draw then in the bloodless slug-fest between Quentin Tarantino and Channel Four's Krishnan Guru-Murthy over the director's views on movie violence.
Tarantino was within his rights to refuse to answer a question about a possible link. Guru-Murthy was within bounds to press the topic.
In a business blog for The Wharf, Newland Chase's immigration consultant Vanessa Beazley asks whether the UK is destroying entrepreneurship when we most need it.
On the way home, spilling from a rubbish bin, a box of chocolates. Not any old box of chocolates strewn across the paving slabs but truffles, wrapped in silver foil. Hotel Chocolat or similar.
I thought: there's a drama right there. Throwing out good chocolates. I surmised only two good reasons for throwing out good chocolates - the cat, neglected over Christmas, had taken to malevolent micturition, or, more likely, a giant New Year symbolic act.