Monthly Archives: February 2010

WTF? Friday

We’ve just spent a lovely week skiing in France and whilst I am sure there were more things worthy of a WTF?  I was in full fledged holiday mode and have only come up with this very helpful warning. I … Continue reading

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The future of the tube

Most of the time I stumble thorough my daily commute with relatively no surprises (okay except for the woman having a panic attack in the aisle in of me or  the coat rack that travelled all the way to the … Continue reading

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Wardrobe malfunction/good PR

Disappointingly due to the time change between Vancouver and London, the Olympic coverage we have been exposed to has been fairly minimal and almost always not live.  The one bit of film that has been making the rounds was the … Continue reading

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WTF? Friday

I feel like there is a fine line between being domestic creative and just plain moronic and I think Martha Steward might have just hit moronic (Martha Stewart for the UK readers is like the epitome of a woman she … Continue reading

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Grab your dogsled

Canada made the front page of the Financial Times this weekend and surprise surprise there is a picture of snow and a dogsled – I mean, how else would they pick up the G7 leaders from the airport? Shame they … Continue reading

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WTF? Friday

Now I have to admit I do get a bit excited when Canada makes the news – it doesn’t happen often today two stores made ‘global’ new – and by global I mean it made it overseas to me. The … Continue reading

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Your snow-pinion

So it snowed a tiny little bit on the weekend which meant there was more tv/radio/newspaper coverage about the snowiest/coldest January in 23 years.  It was in one of these newspaper articles that I came across the most brilliant opinion … Continue reading

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