Monday, September 20, 2010


1. What is the meaning of life?

2. Is there a God?

3. Do blondes have more fun?

4. What is the best diet?

5. Is there anybody out there?

6. Who is the most famous person in the world?

7. What is love?

8. What is the secret to happiness?

9. Did Tony Soprano die?

10. How long will I live?

My Answers

  1. We live in an ever deteriorating universe, which will eventually compress to either nothing or form a new big bang … thus rendering life and all endeavours meaningless … on the up side that means no more stupid ads from ‘injuries lawyers are us’, so enjoy life, no as little harm as possible and try to read at least one eighteenth century novel.
  2. No. If there were he/she/it would be a schizophrenic sadist with a back garden full of confused Jews, Christians, Voodooist and Ian Paisley wondering what each other were doing here.
  3. Yes, because they’re too dumb to realise they’re miserable.
  4. Stop eating so much.
  5. Yes, to paraphrase mister Python, ‘let’s hope there’s intelligent life out there cause there’s bugger all down here.’
  6. Too close to call between Hitler and Jesus so I’ll say Bono … who wants to be one of them and is close to being the other!
  7. Love is being able to live with someone despite their annoying habits, that and really hot sex.
  8. Wait until everyone on earth is dead and then play with all the toys
  9. Who cares .. it’s a tv show
  10. Until the end of this sent.......

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Arts Cuts in Ireland

On the subject of the Arts Cuts .. while i agree this government is the enemy of the people, the arts council (merrion sq mafia) should be gotten rid of, a waste of time and money for years, make each arts centre responable for their own budget and cut out the red tape .. in the long run arts will be better off ... if people want to see a show/exibition/reading etc, let them pay for it, therefore the arts people actully want will shine through and the dross forced on us by a few old-school-tie snobs will be history

Lapwing Publications & Drogheda Creative Writers cordially invite you to the launch of “Greybell Wood & Beyond”, a new collection of poems by Drogheda poet Roger Hudson, published by Lapwing Publications, Belfast, at The Venue, McHugh’s Bar, Chord Rd., Drogheda (entrance in Francis St.) on Tuesday, September 21st at 8pm. The Mayor of Drogheda, Cllr. Paul Bell, will launch the book. Well-known Drogheda writer Steve Downes will introduce author and book and he and Roger Hudson will read a selection of poems from the collection. Singer/songwriter Joanne Kieran will perform some of her songs. Refreshments provided. Parking in Chord Rd. & King St. Car Park

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Mein Kampf by Tony Blair

... read his struggle to free Iraq from the Iraqis, his sucessful efforts to cure cancer in straving babies, his flawless conduct in a war with no civilian deaths (who were White or Christian) and his Ascension to the right hand of God ... also how everyone else is an idiot ... out today .. price ... 106,540 dead since 2003