As it is Ben’s day off, Leigh is joined by Callum and Danny-Boy – but soon, not everything is quite what it seems. The Scouting Magazine is here again, and so it’s time to play “How many advertising rubbish leaflets fall out today?”.
Meanwhile, Leigh explains how everything is getting a little bit too much recently. Thankfully Uncle Pete explains about asana.com – a project management system, that Leigh can use to get organised again.
An 8-year-old Maryland boy suspended for biting his Pop-Tart into a gun shape received a National Rifle Association lifetime membership at a GOP fundraiser. Swedish furniture giant Ikea has come under fire after airing an advert in the UK showing a young family demolishing garden gnomes in what viewers found to be a “frightening and unsuitable” manner.
Amy’s Baking Company May Get Reality Show Deal After ‘Kitchen Nightmares’ Appearance. Maine teen dies in botched fake kidnapping plot.
It be Saturday everybody! Time for fun times and relaxation.
ONCE AGAIN, Ben is late – the bloody cheek. Meanwhile, not everything seems to be working in the studio. Amy’s Baking Company Freaks Out Online After Epic Meltdown On Gordon Ramsay’s ‘Kitchen Nightmares’ – Leigh’s reaction!
Tory calls in to have a chat about many things – including a Oprah ‘ah-ha’ moment. John has been working on his train set, occasionally. We work on our DJ skills, with DJOil as our teacher.
Mrs Splinter calls in and makes trouble for Ben. She also reveals many and varied things about Bens life. We reveal to her that we created a twitter account. We also bash Ben (and not using Linux).
Leigh is rather shattered, and Ben is bloody late.
Last night Leigh was at scouts and did some lovely Backwood Cooking, and decides to teach you a few lovely recipies – including Twisters.
Tory calls in because Ben is STILL late – to start complaining about the summer heat.
Half of young Swedes don’t use condoms when having sex with a new partner, according to a new study, which also found that 30 percent of Swedes use no contraceptive measures at all. A Swedish man is facing a five-million kronor ($750,000) add-on to his tax bill after the authorities took a proper look at his account on the professional networking site LinkedIn.
An Oklahoma Chili’s said a waitress was fired for a Facebook photo of police dining at the eatery with a caption saying they “better hope I’m not their server.” Chef Allegedly Killed Over Meal Diners Thought Was Poorly Prepared.