Hello again iiwiiers
Alistair Darling, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, says that the G7 group must take urgent action about the credit squeeze. He doesn't seem to be actually suggesting anything though. But what a great statesman he is, emphatically insisting that one of the other gang members must come up with an idea to save their arse, he's certainly pulling his weight there. Here's something I wasn't expecting - I'm looking forward to something Robbie Williams is doing. I like Jon Ronson's work, and I am, like Robbie, a fan of Radio 4. However those Guardian whores are only telling us about it now (it's not on until May) because "Ronson will be writing about his adventures with Williams exclusively in next week's Guardian Weekend magazine". What is next week's Guardian Weekend magazine? Today is Friday. Do they mean tomorrow's? It comes in The Guardian on a Saturday, it's not like a separate magazine you can pick up in a newsagent's at some point during the week. Perhaps they think of it as a weekly magazine for the week, but that doesn't mean that they should start referring to it in such a sloppy manner. And what's with the 'Weekend' in the title anyway?
News just in - Tiger Woods is playing some golf! And he's still not a real fucking tiger, he must think we're all idiots. That's all from me for now, busy tomorrow, not sure what you'll get.
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