Monthly Archives: April 2011

Enter the Entrance

Wow, my local supermarket is really saying it with words lately; check out this detail on their own-brand toilet roll packaging: Wait, wait — wait — So you mean… *starts again* It’s longer, right? And not a moment too soon, … Continue reading

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Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes Of The Ape

James Franco + Apes = … a successful blockbuster film? Not according to the past! Now I will return with an in-depth look at the new Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes trailer but in the meantime… AE

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Paques Of Lies!

Here here g! Happy holidays dear friends. Lets have a look at some Eastery things I found in La France only a couple of weeks ago… First, one of the most unpleasant boulangeries I’ve seen in a long time had … Continue reading

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Happy Holiday!

Here’s wishing all our reader (sic) a lovely holiday, whether you’re down with Easter or enjoy just plain not working. Generally aiming wide of the mark, however, enterthesnowman has decided to get Old Testament — so let’s journey back to … Continue reading

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Push It To The Limitless

Hey, you know what’s a lot like Bradley Cooper’s first lead role Limitless? Yeah. Enter that snowman. AE

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The Search For Neversoft

You ever find a picture on your own Desktop and not have any recollection of why it’s there or what it means? Well here’s what I found on mine the other day: Now ok I must have been looking for … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday J-Gar: Have your cake… and wear it, too.

I remember noticing, back when I was in secondary school, the proliferation of Simpsons folk-art. Stuck on every wall, it seemed, was a sugar paper poster with a badly-drawn Bart or Homer on it. Their wobbly but well-known forms would … Continue reading

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