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Frustrated musician moonlighting as an I.T. geek seeks shithot likeminded acoustic musicians in the storming Irish trad/Bluegrass genres to turn the UK festival circuit on its head. Apply here..

Hurrah! Festival season is upon us.
I'm now ready for a summer of festival and musical debauchery.
Got the quality sound and picture recording portion of my life sorted out finally, the worlds best festival tent, a whole f*cktonne of enthusiasm and limitless alcohol.

Bring it on and maybe see some of you down the line (or in casualty getting our stomachs pumped) ^_^


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To the recycling centre..

Received this from Microshaft through the post, a box of foam 'nothing'. What a criminal waste of so many things. I hope the marketing person responsible for this gets crabs. Really bad crabs.
16th May 2007, 14:29  

chris says:

What's the point? Did it have any kind of explanation?

16th May 2007, 15:52

sslovetub says:

Something to do with their Livecare shite or backups I think, something along the lines of 'what you need to do with our new bloatware system'...nothing.

Yes very good marketeer bloke. Here's a nice form called a P45, kthxplsbye.

16th May 2007, 16:06

*sniggers*

16th May 2007, 16:18

Sprocket says:

gotta love 'em for trying.

My fave Microsoft campaign had people dressed as dinosaurs, trying to get people to upgrade to the new version of Office.

But it pretty much sold the message 'Microsoft software is as extinct as the dinosaurs, so do yourself a favour, buy a Mac'.

16th May 2007, 16:30

sslovetub says:

MS and Intel take the biscuit for completely hatstand marketing and advertising.
I often wonder how they ever sell anything at all, it's certainly not via the wedge of revenue they must throw at their marketing depts..

16th May 2007, 16:41

hildegard says:

Suggest you add a brick & a pamphlet on environmental ethics & send it back marked "addressee to pay".

17th May 2007, 00:58

sslovetub says:

Wish i'd thought of that earlier!

17th May 2007, 01:07

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