Well done FT, what a great graphic!
At Lehman collapse, Cameron heads earthwards and Broon slips the surly bonds of earth and heads to the heavens.
Yes, on September 15 Lehman collapsed. But we think the FT have missed something. On September 15, The Streets’ fourth album ‘Everything is Borrowed’ hit the shelves. Then convergence occurs. Coincidence?
Staff at Bobballs wonder what impact Dave Grohl’s appearance on The Prodigy’s new album will have on prospects for an early UK election.
You know what we deal with: it’s beats in a predominantly electronic style and it’s full of fucked – up guitars!
Clearly, the potential impact of this album on the political life of the UK could be enormous. Staff at Bobballs are preparing for a major world exclusive on March 2…
PS. We think that, after all the balls that’s been indulged about the general election, the ‘Bobballs Bo Selecta Method’ would be just as reliable as listening to insiders, or media guys or Prime Ministers et al. We’re sick and tired of meaningless prattering from pseudo-know-it-alls. Wouldn’t find that kind of thing round my way! Sort it out.
PPS. Staff at Bobballs are obviously disappointed by the dotted line snaking around at the bottom of the graphic. We think ol’ Daithi might have been right. (Oh, Daithi mate – when you said you were missing Charley, you were referring to the politician and not the er… the Colombian export product, right? Sure you were, I’m just kiddin’, you’re all right!)