Saturday, 26 June 2010

In the Car

If you are lucky enough to use Spotify (and if not then you need some internet savvy friends who can invite you to the waiting list)...
then we recommend this whilst you drive to work Monty Python – Matching Tie And Handkerchief . If you're like the rest of the world, then you have to settle for youtube and some guy filming his record player. (sigh) - can't we get this on iTunes or something?!?

Anyway, just get it and play it in the car on your way to the office, because when the person in front of you has decided that National speed limit is now 32 mph, we promise you'll find yourself laughing rather than crying.

Our favs are Dead Bishops/Rats, Cheese Emporium and Background to History.

Thursday, 17 June 2010

Thursday, 10 June 2010

Office Zombies Remember

A fantastic TV series from our childhood about an ugly Australian family experiencing all sorts of weird shit. Even weird seagull shit. Next up, does anyone remember the one with the boy in a shopping mall, a robotic mannequin and a dimension to another world?

Sunday, 6 June 2010

We live by this song

If you're low paid office zombie scum, try listening to Take Stuff from Work by King Missile

"Take stuff from work.
It's the best way to feel better about your job.
Never buy pens or pencils or paper
Take 'em from work.
Rubber bands, paper clips, memo pads, folders-take 'em from work
It's the best way to feel better about your low pay and appalling working conditions.
Take an ashtray-they got plenty.
Take coat hangers.
Take a, take a trash can.
Why buy a file cabinet?
Why buy a phone?
Why buy a personal computer or word processor?
Take 'em from work.
I took a whole desk from the last place I worked.
They never noticed and it looks great in my apartment.
Take an electric pencil sharpener.
Take a case of white-out; you might need it one day.
Take some from work
It's your duty as an oppressed worker to steal from your exploiters.
It's gonna be an outstanding day.
Take stuff from work.
And goof off on the company time.
I wrote this at work.
They're paying me to write about stuff I steal from them.
Life is good."