André Agassi has admitted to taking crystal meth in what seems to be a cynical attempt of selling his autobiography Open: An Autobiography.
It seems to be a growing trend that the author must state a controversial activity that occurred during their life. Unfortunately, it would probably help Agassi sell books. In retrospect, perhaps the ATP should call his titles into question, whilst bookshops pull the book from its shelves as it would be wrong to promote a sportsman’s drug life.
On the ad break I noticed an advertisement for one show written exactly as follows:
‘2. How to conrol the kids’
Yes, it forgot the ‘t’. In the space of 2 minutes, TV3 advertised a programme for the following day, as: ‘Tomorrow’s Tuesday, so on the programme we have…’ Both of these had me a bit annoyed. I think I’m going to offer editing and copyrighting services in future.
I changed my Hotmail account password recently on account of the recent hacking.
Unfortunately, just in case I forgot the password, I wrote it down. Between then and now, I did a spot of tidying but have since discovered that tidying up is a bad thing. I can’t remember the password, dammit!
I learnt today that Bertie Ahern, the former Irish Taoiseach, in a newspaper last week that when the collapse of the Lehmann Brothers bank in September 2008, it had testicles all over the world. Err… interesting