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Dear Daily Mail, Can You Please Leave The Hilariously Stupid Stories To Viz … ( Filed under: A Bit Of Inspiration, Attitude & Aptitude, Brand Suicide, Comment, Content, Corporate Evil, Crap Products In History, Daily Fail, Daily Mail, Diversity, Home, Marketing, Marketing Fail, Prejudice, Viz )

The Daily Mail. God, how I hate it. Pedlars of hate, half-truths and prejudice, while all the time claiming they are a ‘family newspaper’ that practices the highest standards of journalism. For anyone who may be in doubt of how bollocks that is, I suggest you do one of four things. 1. Read a single […]

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The Daily Mail Is Another Virus We Must Get Rid Of … ( Filed under: A Bit Of Inspiration, Attitude & Aptitude, Audio Visual, Brand Suicide, Communication Strategy, Confidence, Content, Context, Corona Virus, Corporate Evil, Crap Products In History, Culture, Cunning, Daily Fail, Daily Mail, Marketing Fail, Media, Prejudice )

Tomorrow I’ve written a positive post about some of the stuff Corona virus has revealed we are capable of being. Today I’m writing about the worst of it. Specifically The Daily Mail. As we all know, they have become one of the most successful newspapers and internet destinations in the World thanks to their fear-mongering, […]

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Is Rice A Weapon Of Mass Destruction? ( Filed under: A Bit Of Inspiration, Attitude & Aptitude, China, Comment, Culture, Daily Mail, Food, Health )

The picture above is from a headline in the Daily Mail. I can tell you this … Throughout my seven years living in China, I can’t tell you many times I heard people had died of heart attacks brought on by ‘arsenic poisoning through too much rice consumption’. Oh, hang on, yes I can … […]

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When Politeness Goes Porn … ( Filed under: A Bit Of Inspiration, Attitude & Aptitude, Comment, Corona Virus, Culture, Daily Fail, Daily Mail, England, London )

So this COVID-19 thing has – as I’ve written a bunch of times – brought the best and worst out of people and companies. But one thing I’ve not really talked about is the humour it has ignited. The best bit being some of it was not meant to be humour but it’s hilarious. So […]

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Cher Was Right, You Can’t Turn Back Time … ( Filed under: A Bit Of Inspiration, Attitude & Aptitude, Confidence, Content, Context, Creativity, Culture, Distinction, Diversity, Family, Happiness, Imagination, Innocence, Innovation, Jill, Mum, Mum & Dad, My Fatherhood, Otis, Paul, Relevance, Resonance )

Can you imagine what it must have been like growing up in the 1920’s and living in the 1960’s? The things you have seen, endured, been challenged by? The advances in technology, social mobility, medicine? Wars, depression, liberation, love. It must have been amazing … Well, the reason I say this is because it’s exactly […]

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