There he was, Piers Morgan, combating questions from the coveted and controversial Oxford Union, and in particular, sharing his views on the recent UK national elections. Ironically, it was his own old-fashioned honesty which I appreciated the most as he spoke. I left wondering when (if ever) #honestyisthebestpolicy might actually be used as a campaign line.
– the promoter clearly wanted to get the man’s attention as he walked by. He stopped; turned around with a rather disgruntled look on his face and said, “I’m a dermatologist actually.”
– the conversation was so intriguing that I just had to listen. Continue reading →
– from the rest of the conversation I picked up that she was in fact a copywriter and therefore justified in being judgmental.
A friend sent me the link to this Apple ad after reading my post yesterday. Thought it was beautifully relevant and worth sharing. Done so well and captures so many elements of music in life.
– said Zsa, as she plonked her bag down on the desk before introducing me to her fellow creatives.
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– I could identify with her. For some silly reason, I also tend to dislike people having the same things as me.
There’s no way of stopping “Dumb Ways to Die” from getting into your head and keeping itself there for the day – as evidenced by this stompie picked up by my friend, Matt Morley, on a train trip in the UK. Also evidence of the ad wonderfully meeting its purpose – to reach and teach children about railway safety.
Thanks for not being ashamed of your creepy-stalker habits and sharing this with me, Matt.
If you have any stompies you’d like to share, feel free to tweet them @pickupstompies.
– Albert Einstein. Continue reading →