Still No Words ….

The Gatling Continues


No – not the sexual predator that just got fired from Phaux news. Nor indeed the esteemed book publisher. No. No – the Auto Parts people …

Did you know that on their site it is possible to try to buy and ‘EB Enterprises Flux Capacitor’ … you didn’t? Go take a look.

You might find it useful if you want to go back in time and change the course of history. (And who doesn’t these days?)

Except that if Graham could have bought one, then surely he already would have. And would probably have engineered this entire blog. Not to mention, unlikely meeting — to make sure the Other Chap would have never written the above. Or at least, have phrased it in a way that made it look like a hoax. Possibly …

Exactly. I think …

Number Two At The Interior Department

Not satisfied with Ryan Zinke as the number one , the number two – who is yet to be approved by the Senate is this guy.

Lest you have forgotten … Continue reading “Still No Words ….”

There Are Just No Words

… to explain some of the stuff we unearth. But unearth we do – and share we must.

If you are keeping count …

… you will have noticed that this chap is delivering posts today faster than a Gatling … and yes he recalls back then writing;

… we are done with guns for now.

Well, that was then … different times. And we are, but sometimes you just need the reference to make the point. Anyway. suffice to say, this chap has been faced with a backlog of stuff that he has been thinking about sharing and writing and commenting on. When originally saved, he had entire posts in his head. Still does in fact …. Continue reading “There Are Just No Words”

Touché to the Cliché (sic)

“Our search for a successor will focus on finding a digital-first, disruptive and innovative leader who can build on Dana’s legacy and mobilise breakthrough marketing in a rapidly changing global consumer landscape.”

John …
… is impressed. Ten cliche’s in a single sentence. Is that a record?

Not a record, not even a CD, just improper apostrophe usage.

Dare I say touché .. or is that a cliché? (Resisting the temptation to fix the error and dlete the other chap’s comment.)

These chaps seem to think so.

There’s also this.