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Monday, July 04, 2005

Those Armband Things

I'm much more interested in 'Making Pottery History'.

Personally, I can't stand Stoke-On-Trent.
 

10 comments:

Rob said...

Good plan.

Personally I'm seriously considering joining the "Make Geldof History" campaign.

Lee said...

Now now. Don't be malicious. He's responsible for bringing an awful lot of people back from the brink of death.

Like Madonna, by the look of her on Saturday.

cyberpete said...

Where can I sign up for the 'make Geldof history' campaign?

Snooze said...

No no no. I still have the fan letter I wrote to Bob Geldof and the accompanying poem from back when I was 15. Don't make him history!

But yes, I'll go along with making pottery history, with just a few exeptions.

paddalumpakins said...
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paddalumpakins said...

I have no opinion on the Geldof thing, but I do think it would be hard to design a worse website for a museum than that one...

mainja said...

i imagine you have single handedly doubled the traffic to this site my dear fellow.

The exile said...

Live8 in Moscow was a farce - although I was getting quite shit-faced only about ten minutes walk from the action. It wasn't actually 'in' Red Square, but in the car park next to it. Moscow police say only 12,000 people turned up and, according to Moscow Times most of these were city and federal government workers 'bussed in', Soviet-stylee. Most thought it was 'something to do with Moscow 2012'

Lee said...

Goodness! A reader from Moscow! I do hope you've replaced the Iron Curtain with something a little more glittery, my dear thing.

cyberpete said...

I saw The Pet Shop Boys on TV though, that really kool, I love those lads!