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All Publicity Is Good Publicity – Even When On My Blog!
April 13, 2007, 9:17 am
Filed under: Comment

If you’re in Sydney between the 24th April and the 5th May … go to the Kudos Gallery in Paddington and check out the ‘He Said, She Said’ exhibition featuring work by our foul-mouthed lovely, Lauren.

I’ll be there as I’m in Sydney for a few days [2nd-5th May] … so if anyone fancies meeting up, drop me a line and I’ll buy you a coffee. [I know I need to offer bribes! Ha]


27 Comments

aw shucks! thanks rob…*blush*

Comment by lauren

Better be good … or else, ha!

Comment by Rob

dum dum dum da-da dum dum

(in case you couldn’t pick it, that’s the riff to Under Pressure)

Comment by lauren

This is good. Rob is setting up his own coffee morning network. Nice.

Comment by Marcus Brown

rob has a coffee network in every port.

Comment by andy@cynic

Good luck Lauren!
Ill be nowhere near it…

Comment by Rob Mortimer

thanks rob m! i’m starting to wish i could say the same thing 🙂

Comment by lauren

any chance to see pics? work and coffee morning.

Comment by Seb

seb, i’ll post pics on my blog after it’s over 🙂 or maybe rob will beat me to it and post pics here.. ha!

Comment by lauren

It’s a race Lauren … but if you don’t beat me to posting, then you are officially the laziest person EVER! Ha

Comment by Rob

lazy? i’ll be on a plane to london at the time!! wi-fi only goes so far

Comment by lauren

There’s Wifi on Singapore Airlines, ha!

Comment by Rob

Under pressure, the only good thing Queen were ever involved with. Nice one Lauren and very good luck.

Comment by NP

Thanks NP.

Comment by lauren

Well Queen wrote it … so no wonder it was good, ha!

Comment by Rob

To be fair NP, Bohemian Rhapsody was so brave and bold that I have to respect it. Not a fan of most other Queen stuff though…

Comment by Rob Mortimer

And don’t forget it was written in 1975!!! What has come out in the last 30 years that is as pioneering as that … and don’t say ‘Through The Baricades’ by Spandau, ha!

Comment by Rob

Eurgh…Spandau.

Er, punk for one!
The Clash, Public Image Limited, and probably a few more.

But BR is still the true moment of brave genius from a great live but patchy record band.

Comment by Rob Mortimer

Patchy AFTER 1982 … before that they were pretty fucking consistent in errrrrm, being totally inconsistent.

And yeah various punk bands were very fresh – but pushing boundaries like BR? Nope … but that’s not slagging off punk, just putting it into context of the evolution of music within that song. But then I may be abit biased, ha!

Comment by Rob

We can agree I hope that the Sex Pistols were not pushing musical boundaries. The clash were angrier, the damned were faster and more manic.

Comment by Rob Mortimer

You know me … anger is always best, ha!

Comment by Rob

Exactly. Thats why PIL were so great.

Comment by Rob Mortimer

Anger is my … cynic philosophy!

[I bet he’d be so happy to know that, ha!]

Comment by Rob

Hey Rob, we’ll be at Single Origin on Friday the 4th Drop by and say hi if you get the chance-would be good to catch up. We’ll be there from 8 – 9a. Topics get livier as the caffine kicks in.

Comment by Emily

That sounds tops … will do my damndest to be there, it’s been too long.

Is that in Paddington/Darlinghurst?

Comment by Rob

Surry Hills : )

Comment by Emily

Ha … the one I forget.

Will do my damndest to be there and will let you know the day before. Can’t wait to catch up.

Comment by Rob




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