Problem, reaction, solution; you hear this term a lot these days, especially in conspiracy theories. A form of the Hagelian Dialactic (thesis, reaction, antithesis) seems to me however, to be taking place in the most unlikely yet obvious sector; in consumer products. If you look at various products […]
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Not content with removing the salt from our food, the nanny state have recently been in a sugar-removal frenzy. Thanks partly to Jamie Oliver‘s suggestion of a “sugar tax” back in 2015, this daft proposal, like most of Oliver’s ideas will soon come into fruition (his cunty-crusading sugar […]
Jamie Oliver has been pissing me off since he first arse-skated down his spiral staircase in the late 90s as some Brit-Pop trash played in the background. With his overly touchy-feely food prep and his irritating pretend friends arriving to sample his nosh, Oliver’s debut cookery programme The […]
Recently, I had the decorators in (no, not a euphemism, actual decorators) and the one thing that I always notice when there’s workmen around (particularly plumbers, electricians, and painters) is that they all seem to listen to BBC Radio 2 as they work. So, since I’ve been forced […]
Eminem, the great white, late nineties, early noughties hype has finally dropped Revival, his err… what is this, his ninth album? Now before I go on I’ll point out that I was never a fan of his; his audio and visual aesthetic was too cartoonish, his voice was […]
Christmas Pop songs thrived during the ’70s and ’80s and those two particular decades seemed to capture the spirit of the season perfectly as artists of the day translated the festive feeling into a handful of memorable tracks. After that period however, most attempts at a Christmas song […]
“Do They Know It’s Christmas” was a very annoyingly overrated song. Simply because it was a charity single, people didn’t seem to question the idiotic lyrics and faux-liberal sentiments. If you’re not aware, this was a single released in winter of 1984 to raise money for the Ethiopian […]