Leigh and Tory are still amazed by our LATEST money-making scheme, and Leigh starts to practice his Childrens’ Story reading. Unfortunately, most of the time is spent critiquing the story than actually practicing.
Then a concern for all this additional work for Leigh, discussion turns to how to manage this. Conversation leads to cloning and how exactly that can be managed in the modern world. Many important issues and ethical concerns are answered with our discussion on cloning.
In fact, as we are SO proud of our amazing rules and concepts made in this show, we’d like to mention both Tory and Leigh are available for talks and presentations on this subject in the future, for a fee of course.
Discussions continue concerning Rory Coles distracting John. MCS is having a big old clear-out, and Tory is concerned that the post show should have finished 5 mins ago… Usual Wednesday Extra Dirty really.
Leigh met up with Richard Vobes of Vobes.com, as he was working near Bury St Edmunds, on Monday night. Great issues were had with the Bar having rubbish Greene King IPA (especially when the bar is about 700yrds from the Greene King Brewery). The Vobes had to settle for a Guinness Surger – a strange, and weird tasting excuse for a Guinness.
In March 2006, Guinness introduced the “surger” in Britain. The surger is a plate-like electrical device meant for the home. It sends ultrasonic waves through a Guinness-filled pint glass to recreate the beer’s “surge and settle” effect. The device works in conjunction with special cans of surger-ready Guinness. Guinness tried out a primitive version of this system in 1977 in New York. The idea was abandoned until 2003, when it began testing the surger in Japanese bars, most of which are too small to accommodate traditional keg-and-tap systems. Since then, the surger has been introduced to bars in Paris. Surgers are also in use in Australia,Singapore and Greece. The surger for the US market was announced on 14 November 2007; plans were to make the unit available to bars only.
On Tuesday, Leigh met up with Ginger Martin from his Cambridge University days. It was interesting to compare both conversations, especially as he discussed his plans for Canvas with both.
Leigh is joined with Ben, Tory, Chunky Tom Daley, Marty from WI, Big Voice Jay and Cynmac! We have a very lovely, award winning catch up with everyone – and then play does Chunky Tom Daley have talent?!
Leigh, Ben and Tory talk about the current situation with Dirty Boxers – technology wise. Leigh is feeling a tad concerned that every other network and show seems to be constantly buying new technology, and yet we seem to be only a few items a way from completing the studio. He also explains how he is starting to think about next years’ tour around the UK. Meanwhile, Leigh has had a thought about the new Skype machine. Missing Diggnation.
Leigh is joined with Tory, Brian and MCS. Brian has MANY lovely things to say about today’s show – some might say he is sucking up… Meanwhile, Sir Darryl does not want his daughter anymore. However, Execs Watching Porn a Leading Cause of Malware Problems. Ben and Bryce finally join us. David Pakman is causing issues…
Leigh is joined by MANY people: Ben, Tory, Chunky Tom Daley, Bryce and MCS… It turns rather quickly in to a cock-fest. Leigh wants to get in to gaming, and so asks Ben for his advice about which games he should try. We try to find Tom a girlfriend…
The party continues with HUGE amounts discussion concerning things that COULD be considered “First World Problems”.
ABC has apologised for a skit on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in which a child suggested that the population of China could be killed to fix America’s debt to the nation.
A petition on WhiteHouse.gov gets Leigh worked up about how stupid Americans can be. The petition “Permanently retire daylight savings time and change from four time zones in the continental United States to two”, is obviously written by someone who is thick and doesn’t know the history of TIME… Leigh explains without a whiteboard.
THE GREAT DEBATE: Are Pyjama bottoms / Pyjama Pants wrong or a comfortable leisure wear?