Fire whoever aired ‘The Shire’

Channel ten rally isn’t having much luck with shows as of late, well by that I mean ‘Being Lara Bingle’ and also, ‘The Shire.’

How the hell Lara Bingle has stayed on television is beyond me, and time will only tell if this new piece of shit stays on air. Honestly, I was taken aback by the about of hate mail I saw appear on my own twitter feed before I even went onto the hash tag, on facebook it was impossible to read everything people where writing on The Shires ‘like’ page, as well as channel tens own ‘like’ page. There was easily a comment every 5 seconds, and they are continuing to come even after the show had finished. People hate this show, there is no doubt, before the crap had even concluded there was numerous pages set up the cut it off air with a few hundred likes between them.
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Feeling blue? Listen to Mat. McHugh.

“If hate shall be your weapon lonely death shall be your toll & if profit is your motive then emptiness your soul.”

Ever had an artist change your life with their lyrics? No? – I found one that can do this for you.

Yes? – Then you’ll understand what I’m going on about.

I’ve been thinking about writing this piece for a while now, couldn’t decide whether it would be better to stick to the professional type of writing, ie, explain who he is, leave my opinion out of it and just do a review, but there is plenty of those out there or to just write my opinion, but that would probably end up with me idolising his every movement. So I thought I’d mix it up, well try to. Read the rest of this entry »

Five minutes with Smiley.



Photo by window light. (or door light)

A nice piece about myself, by a class mate, suss it.

Interview with blogger Alyssa Jones.

Laura Enever.

This photo is of Laura Enever (19) from Narrabeen, in the Sunday telegraph, 29/04/2012. The photographer is Dan Himbrechts, and the photo was taken before July in 2011.

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The tattooed people of facebook have their say.

The tattooed people of facebook have had their say on their own tattoos. Everyone is different when it comes to the annoying questions that seem to come with the artworks permanently placed on their skin, but one of the most common questions seems to be; “Did it hurt?” & of course the obvious answer is, yes. As one person said, “I just had a needle jabbing me for the past hour what do you think?” Everyone’s pain threshold is different, and different areas feel different to others, yet it seems to be something practically everyone gets asked.

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