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Weapons of war

Here’s the answer to the conflict in Iraq . . . a liberal dose of LSD sprinkled in the drinking water.

Dog judo

This is the funniest thing I have seen in months.

Dog judo.

Bike blogging

As some of you know, I also blog over at Copenhagengirlsonbikes and Cycliciousness.

In recent weeks, both sites have been getting quite a bit of buzz in the blogosphere and Mikael and I have been really pleased to see other bloggers taking notice and linking to us.

Some have even been moved to write in-depth posts about what we’re doing…

  • Here’s what retired frame-builder Dave Moulton says about Girls on bikes.
  • Velorution, London’s urban cycle store, was complementary.
  • As was Henry, an American running a cargo bikes business in Holland.

All three posts are really worth a read, as are the blogs they belong to.


I just had my 20,000th hit so it seems as good a time as any to say a big thankyou to everyone who takes the time to read the gibberish I come up with.

There’s going to be some big changes soon, so watch this space.

In the meantime, thanks again. I blog you all. 😉

My link blog

Don’t know if many of you have clicked on my link blog on the right but I’ve been adding some really interesting links recently…

In case you can’t be bothered to move your cursor that far to the right of the screen, here’s some snippets:

Brendel in Copenhagen – My friend Malou points out in Kulturchok København that the world-famous pianist Alfred Brendel is playing in Cph this Friday and links to two marvellous videos.

iFlasher: The ultimate bike lights – From Mikael Colville-Andersen’s Cycliciousness. I can’t wait for these lights to hit the market.

Nostalgia and negation – I found the Meditations on meaning blog recently and it went straight into my Google reader. Witty, insightful and profound writing from an American in the process of setting up his own start-up.

Anyway, that’s it for now. Make sure you check out the link blog for more stimulating reading. (Holy fuck, I sound like such a geek these days.)

Ghostbusters in hell?

Here’s something mildly diverting – a list of the best 10 movies Hollywood never made.