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This Is Where I Leave You: 12 reasons we love Tina Fey

October 24, 2014 admin No comments

This Is Where I Leave You: 12 reasons we love Tina Fey Tina Fey arrives at the This Is Where I Leave You Los Angeles premiere (Picture: Steve Granitz/WireImage) She’s the queen of comedy, a bestselling author and one of the funniest, most respected actors and writers in TV and film. Basically, we’d like to be friends with her (or at least go out for some Cheesy Blasters). From brilliant work on Saturday Night Live, writing one of the greatest movies comedies ever, creating 30 Rock and speaking up for the joys of friendship, confidence and food, Tina Fey is the best. So as her new ensemble comedy This Is Where I Leave You hits the […] Read more →

The ‘goat version’ of Star Wars Imperial March is upon us. And we approve

October 21, 2014 admin No comments

The ‘goat version’ of Star Wars Imperial March is upon us. And we approve Given the internet’s fondness for giving classic tunes the ‘goat treatment’ there was something oddly inevitable about this. This time around the bleating masses have got their hooves on the infamous Imperial March from Star Wars. And we have to admit, YouTube user Marca Blanca has done a pretty impressive job of editing footage of the animals into something altogether more tuneful. Star Wars and goats – together at last? (Picture: YouTube) It’s not the first time someone’s attempted to fuse goats and Star Wars together of course – there’s this for example: But we’re loving it nonetheless. And while […] Read more →

Carlo Ancelotti will go on Anfield pitch early to hear Liverpool fans sing ‘incredible’ You’ll Never Walk Alone

October 21, 2014 admin No comments

Carlo Ancelotti will go on Anfield pitch early to hear Liverpool fans sing ‘incredible’ You’ll Never Walk Alone Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti thinks Liverpool are an ‘exciting’ team (Picture: Getty Images) Carlo Ancelotti has admitted he will take to the Anfield pitch earlier than his Real Madrid players on Wednesday – just to hear Liverpool fans sing You’ll Never Walk Alone. The reigning European champions will play Brendan Rodgers’ team in their Group B Champions League clash tomorrow, with Ancelotti’s men hoping to defend their 100 per cent record in the competition so far this season. Despite being keen to get a win at Anfield, the Los Blancos boss – who previously managed Premier League side Chelsea – […] Read more →

7 reasons The IT Crowd will never work in the US

October 21, 2014 admin No comments

7 reasons The IT Crowd will never work in the US The IT Crowd won’t work for an American audience (Picture: YouTube) Cult comedy favourite The IT Crowd finally ended in the UK in 2013 after a four series, seven year run. The show, set in the basement/IT department of high rise conglomerate Reynholm Industries made stars of its cast and made the phrase ‘have you tried turning it off and on again’ a national catchphrase. Now the Americans want to reboot the series for a remake (again). Oh dear. Here are seven reasons why we calculate this plan is doomed to fail… 1. It’s been tried before. It failed. Way back […] Read more →

Grandmother spends £4,000 on anti-Wi-Fi paint on her home

October 21, 2014 admin No comments

Grandmother spends £4,000 on anti-Wi-Fi paint on her home Ms Russell with her device to monitor Wi-Fi signals (Picture: Brighton Argus/Solent News) A grandmother has spent thousands of pounds renovating her home to shield it against Wi-Fi signals which she believes threaten her health. Stefanie Russell has spent £4,000 covering her house in four thick coats of ray-repelling paint and has banned mobile phones and computers from her home. The pensioner, from Steyning, West Sussex, also uses a special device to detect unwanted signals in her house. She claims that her sensitivity to the rays are responsible for frequent headaches and bouts of nausea. Ms Russell believes that the […] Read more →

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