Eee You February 23rd, 2014

I have generally always been for the UK being in the EU. It’s not something that I often thought about but generally being in a unity with other countries on the continent felt like a good thing to me – united we stand and all that. Not only that but somewhat naively I have always […]

Fire Zombies December 11th, 2011

I don’t have to do a thing today. I’m trying my best efforts not to leave the house unless absolutely necessary. Necessary means things like ‘if the house was filled with zombies’, ‘if the house was on fire’ or ‘if the house was filled with fire zombies’, so chances are high I’m going nowhere. The […]

Euros, Set-Up Tips & Hip Hop Facts December 9th, 2011

Lots of things to say today after a missed blog yesterday due to having lunch with a friend that lasted about an hour and a half longer than expected. Not a bad thing and much fun chat, evil plans and sausage sandwiches were had, but upon leaving I bought myself Arkham City for the Xbox […]

Ranty Rant Rant November 12th, 2011

I’m a whole bundle of vexed this morning. Not sure what a bundle of vexed would be like but I suspect it to be like the creature in Brett Easton Ellis’ Lunar Park. If haven’t read that, imagine Gnasher trying to eat himself. That’s probably about right. Why such rage oh Tiernan? Well blogees, let […]

Squalid Existance November 7th, 2011

I’ve stared blankly at today’s wordpress blog page for about 10-15 minutes now and the conclusion I’ve come to is that I should probably start typing otherwise nothing will happen. Its a day where lots of writing needs to occur and yet neither fingers nor brain are colluding together to allow such happenings. The fingers […]

Cost Of Living September 28th, 2011

Wow the world’s a mess isn’t it? I’m finding it so interesting watching as day after day another group of economists, traders or world bank institutions start to forecast a complete global economy collapse. I don’t understand it all, but it seems everyone’s now borrowed up to their eyeballs and what with bail outs draining […]