Monthly Archives | January 2008

He played by flipping peanuts to squirrels

Finally found the new Fred Vargas book out in a proper size. I hate the over large paperback. Trade size […]

Just a bit of spin to keep the ladies in line. Oh, you’re a piece of work. I like you.

Went to see Enchanted again tonight. It’s a really great film. Plus it gives me an excuse to post with […]

Hmm. Well, I’m off. Mantain speed and heading, Mr. Lightoller.

Ooops, almost didn’t post today. That would have been a disaster considering my ambition is to post every day this […]

You sir, are a silk stocking full of shit!

Look, look, Sharpe will be back on our screens this year. Mmmmm. Sean Bean. Went up home to Sligeach on […]

Week 260

Unconcscious Mutterings time: Booze :: Counter :: Action :: Trial :: Wheelchair :: 1-800 :: Chop :: Relatives :: Bed […]

Either I’ve been missing something or nothing has been going on.

2008[1] hasn’t been so great for me and the regular blogging, has it? at least so far. All that may […]

Week 159

Well, it has been a while since my last Unconscious Mutterings post, but that just means y’all can enjoy it […]

I am legend [based on the book]

After the end of the world as we know it Robert Neville lives in New York. All alone apart from his dog, Sam, he drives around hunting deer, chatting to mannequins and going through the stock of a local video store. He also makes sure to be home and locked away by the time night comes. Because at night the rest of the survivors come out. And they aren’t so friendly.


Yes, yes, as a certain someone pointed out it has been more than a week since my last post. But […]

Brass monkey

Jayzis its freezing. I’m so very very cold. There is the possibility I’ve been shot and this is all the […]

Sometimes evil drives a minivan

Desperate Housewives made it back onto our screens last night. RTE even showed a special “catch-up” episode beforehand. Just in […]

The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford [based on the book]

I loved this film. I loved everything about it. The acting was brilliant. The way the story unfolded. The narration. […]