A Masterpiece You Say?

So art is a fickle thing. Recently you may have heard that a painting sold for £21,000,000 (if you didn’t, then yes, twenty-one million pounds), a rather large a mount of money. It was a painting by a chap named Gerhard Richter called Abstraktes Bild. There are certain words that spring to mind when I … Continue reading

Buy Now, Smile Later

I was in a shopping centre/mall recently. A big one. An expensive one. A very strangely unhappy one. It had sweet scent of leather and cold hard cash. And this was interesting for me. Now, I would like to stress first off that this is not an anti-capitalist rant, or anything like that. Maybe a … Continue reading

Get Down From That Horse

Ever heard of a place called Xinjiang? It’s kind of a large place. Pretty big, pretty empty too. Ok, what about Tibet? Now, I know you’ve heard of that. Big place, pretty empty. Actually, what about Uyghurs? Have you heard of them? Nope. Hmm. Interesting. So Xinjiang and Tibet have a few things in common … Continue reading

Shop Related News

Things have changed in the shop. Prices are down to reflect these hard economic times. The average price of a t-shirt is now just £12.00. That’s just 7,100.28 Zimbabwean Dollars! There are also women’s versions of every design. The women’s t-shirts are about a pound more expensive. We could have made them the same price, but … Continue reading

Because Pimpin’ Ain’t Easy

Since we only do this for the pure joy we get out of hating, we rely solely on the minefield of social networking/word of mouth to bring traffic to this website. In light of that, we, Angry Man Number One and myself, have decided to throw ourselves at the mercy of things like Stumble Upon … Continue reading

The Chihuahua of the Technology World

Look at my new iPhone! You socialites out there will know what I’m talking about. Some of you may have even diamonte’d them up. But I hope you’re honest about what you’ve really bought: a fashion accessory. ‘But no AMNO!’ I hear you shout, ‘ they’re very useful!’ Well, I can certainly concede that point. … Continue reading