Sharon Stone is telling randy teenagers to have oral sex instead of giving up their virginity. Hey kids, give blowjobs or learn to munch rug – offer your mouth to any under-sexed thug who demands satisfaction in the traditional way. It saves money on condoms and there’s no price to pay. Get down and dirty […]
Monthly Archives: March 2006
More spin tales from the old colony. I am told by email from Ralph Hawkins that when the news was announced that the wacky Marx Brothers were making a movie called A Night in Casablanca, the suits at Warner Bros. spun a campaign that Casablanca might get tainted by the Marx’s low brow humour.
Is the crafty, lateral-thinking PR in danger of being wiped out as clients favour safer options over passion and pluck I lower the phone to another breathless recruitment agent making a plea for a bright prospect who will not fail to impress me. “Trust me Mark, give her 10 minutes to pitch. I am sure […]
after To Whom it May Concern by Adrian Mitchell I was destroyed by the press again this morning couldn’t say if I was the reason for the nation yawning so coat my nose in cocaine tell me lies about falling in love. Woke up yet more famous and it hurts like hell knowing the price […]
Roland Butler cleverly averted a prosecution under the cruelty to animals act, for the Idaho State Circus in 1964. The Circus which regularly travelled mid America with a host of ageing beasts, was playing in Houston Texas, home to one of the first cruelty to animal lobbyists, the notorious Paul Eldon.
Tony Blair speaks to potential lenders Labour may have gathered as much as £10m in secret loans before the last election. I’m not saying that a loan will alone secure a place in the hallowed House of Lords, but as I said Your Grace (if I can address you thus now your cheque is in […]
I discovered an interesting email in my inbox following the disclosure of The Esperanto League story reported in yesterday’s liquid soap. The email was from a Mr George Roper from New York who seemed to write in riddles, so much so, that at first I thought it was a hoax email. However, he wrote again […]
Thanks to an email from Di Silkin this morning in which she recounts an incident that she recalls from her days working for a London PR consultancy in the 1960s. The agency was hired by the Esperanto League to help spread the ‘universal language’ that had so far failed to catch on with quite the […]