Archive for June 2, 2012
Are you ready for transportation SCORE style? Then hop in to Christy's cab, where the fares are fair and the cabbie is takin' you straight to Pleasure Town. When this guy hops in her backseat, he has no idea what he is in for. Then he gets an eyeful of his driver's cleavage and he decides that maybe he can cop a feel. Good thing for him that cabbie Christy is all about service, with a smile, and she pulls over for some sexy-time with this businessman. Watch as she bends in all sorts of positions for more fillin' and harder drillin'! When Christy pulls up in her yellow cab and tells you to hop in, she means both into her cab and her love hole. Makes you wanna go for a ride, huh? Us, too.
"I have just one suggestion and that is for Linsey not to be too quick in stripping off all her clothes," says Linsey expert Mr. J. who has followed LDM's career since she did her very first photo shoots in England. "Linsey has a natural glamour and sexiness that is heightened by being presented in alluring outfits that show not quite enough in order to tease the viewer into urging her to reveal more. Her sensuality is such that it should not be taken for granted by simply offering a series of base nude shots but rather offered to her public in a more intimate progressive imagery. In a nutshell, whilst nude is 10, partially clothed is all the way up to 11."
Michael McIntyre and others
Michael McIntyre is not funny. His act appears to be simply a case of nodding and having an odd looking face, plus a few comments about daily life. I do not know anyone who finds him funny.
Vic Reeves was good years ago. In the 90′s his show was new and exciting. Today its drab, and dull. Its just embarrassing now to listen to him. I suspect he is trying to be Eric Morecambe, but he is not.
Sarah Millican act consists of having a Newcastle accent and talking about pies. It was amusing the first time, but now she is no more entertaining than sat listening to old ladies on the bus.
Peter Kay was good. His TV show was rather amusing (Phoenix Nights). But now its just a dull act. I have heard people say he is rather an unpleasant chap too, though I am not sure if that’s true are not.
Noel Fielding I have watched on Never Mind the Buzzcocks. Is he supposed to be funny? His act appears to be simply a case of wearing odd hats and strange clothes. I tried watching the resent show he did on ch4, it was dreadful.
Alan Davies is not amusing. On QI he tries his best, but fails. Often one feels other comedian guests are embarrassed by him and seem to try to ignore him.
I have posted just a few of the rather non amusing so called comedians that the TV seem to pay a fortune for. There are lots of great ones, so why give all the work to ones that no longer have it. Just because they may have been good 20 years ago, does not mean they are good today. Just be brave and cut these people from TV and bring in ones who are good.
Moneysavingexpert.com sells for £87 million
Already people are not happy [LINK].
The question is how can the site stay impendent? If its owned by the price comparison website MoneySupermarket, its hardly going to tell people to use other services or products is it?
How can you know if the advice is biased or not.
Personally I will not use moneysavingexpert.com.
I guess he should thank the BBC for giving his site free promotion over the years. He seems to be on the BBC and other stations promoting his site weekly.
Anyway that’s a site I could never trust as I could not tell weather the advice was to promote MoneySupermarket’s products or not.
By the way, a small tip. If you use price comparison sites, do not buy via them. It can be cheaper to go direct to the sites they recommend and get quotes direct. Remember that these sites are on commission, Thus going direct can mean a better deal. Also sometimes you can get a bit more off by phoning and asking if they will do a better deal.
RE: The Cookies Law
I was sent this link:
However, in a briefing last week the ICO told journalists that it was unlikely that it would be handing out penalties, as it would have to prove that a breach had caused “substantial distress” to users. It was also revealed that the ICO might give companies years to comply as long as they can prove that they are working within a ‘reasonable timeframe’.
Reading between the lines, it suggests that all firms do is completely nothing, but just post back a letter saying that they have found some web site chaps who are looking into it, but they are very busy so it could be months/years before they get round to it. And then it could take months/years to update things. But we are really looking at it, we promise.
I suspect if you send them a letter like that then it will keep them happy.
In all honestly it does sound like even the ICO chaps are not bothered. Probably happy to get the cash just to pretend to be interested.
I do love government agencies. Lots and lots of staff hired to push paper around an office. This is why the UK is bankrupt, simply to pay for these people to sit all day and pester people (people who are out making money and paying tax). I keep asking the same question, why on earth would you want the hassle of setting up a business in the UK?