Following Liverpool’s unimpressive win against Premier League giants QPR, the Anfield men face the mammoth fixture that is Real Madrid at home in the Champions League on Wednesday.
I may work in advertising but that doesn’t mean I’m not affected by marketing ploys. When I saw the ad for the Xperia Z, it definitely caught my attention.
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‘When I joined the ANC, I never thought I would be anything. In no way, did I say, “One day I could be the president. I think I am good material for the presidency.” Not at all.’ – Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma.
Stevie G/Captain Fantastic/The Great Number 8/A Hero of Istanbul – Liverpool’s talisman goes by many names. But one he should never have been called is holding midfielder.
A colleague of mine (I’ll call him Simphiwe for the purposes of this post) recently asked me to act as scribe while he dictated what was to be displayed on one side of his R5 money jar. He’s a stand-up guy so I didn’t hesitate to help him.
Hold the phone! Stop the presses! Forget the most important issues of the day! Two white varsity students have dressed up as black people (Gasp)!
When questioned over the Ecomonic Freedom Front’s (EFF’s) behaviour at the Gauteng Legislature by John Robbie of Talk Radio of 702 this week, the party’s Mgcini Tshwaku opted to go with the ‘if you can’t dazzle them with brillance, baffle them with bullshit’ approach.
Are you tired of settling for boring, peaceful protesting? Is your first-world government forcing you to demonstrate in a mature, responsible manner?