Mac OS X Leopard Launch Tomorrow

In what will be my crowning geeky moment, I am going to be flickering, blogging and twittering the Leopard launch tomorrow. If anyone is in the area and wants to say hi, drop down and I might let you touch my Macbook… gently…

What: Mac OS X Leopard Launch
When: Friday, 26th October, 2007 (tomorrow)
Where: NextByte Store, Corner Clarence/Erskine St, Sydney NSW 2000
Cost: Free, but $158 if you’re buying a copy of the latest OS like me!

James Blunt’s “music” is actually popular somewhere?

James Blunt's "music" is actually popular somewhere? by http://www.flickr.com/people/bananasontoast/ on flickr.com

James Blunt’s "music" is actually popular somewhere?, originally uploaded by Mitch Malone on flickr.com.

Some may remember the post I wrote called James Blunt Sucks. In fact, if you ever read here, you should definitely remember it because it caused a hell of a ruck.

Anyway, after not having heard much from James Blunt in a little while except for a murmur of an album, I looked at my favourite news site this morning and noticed that “songs from James Blunt’s 2005 debut album Back to Bedlam are the most popular at weddings and funerals.”

Wow, I totally eat my words about any horrible thing I’ve ever said about James. Wait, no I don’t, this just goes to prove two points.

  1. James Blunt’s music is most appropriate for already depressing occasions.
  2. Brides are hormonal and know jack shit about music, and still have too much control over weddings. Grooms, stand up for your right to have testicles.

James Blunt – please put yourself out of my misery.