For the Roses


Some of you have been asking why I don’t spend more of my blogging time commenting on politics and current affairs and, of course, all that ‘hot celeb goss’. Yes, news is all very well but what does Stigmund have to say about this carry-on? they say. Well then, you news-lovin’ crumbums, this next bit’s for you. I don’t plan on making this a regular feature by any means. Like that wiley young Log character, I don’t believe b**ggers should bother giving their own ‘take’ or ‘twist’ on news events. Pointless.

The root of The Problem in France (well, the most recently publicised one) at the moment is the same as all the other problems with which France struggles. There is no word in French for ‘apologise’. Fact.

Eidos Interactive, one of the world’s leading publishers and developers of entertainment products, today predicted that Angelina Jolie’s next installment will be more popular and news-worthy than all previous endeavours and that Womb Raider would be released in the coming weeks.


If you go see Transamerica don’t laugh at the poignant parts- there might just be more going on here than the jaded, ‘dysfunctional family round the table’ rigmarole. If you’re too much of an assbutt to notice these things and want to see it because you think it’ll be ‘a bit of a laugh’ please don’t. Nice one. I am slightly tempted to go see Failure to Launch, just to finally push me over the edge and put an end to procrastination on my number 1 life ambition: to find Matthew McConaughey and kick him in the shins. I think this film could well provide enough fuel for the fire. Add Sarah “typecast” Parker talking about shoes and I might just throw in a Chinese burn.

Any takers?

– Goin’ In An’ Out Of Style

2 Responses to “For the Roses”

  1. D says:

    What you got against McConaughey? He’s just doin his job, trying to get by. What makes you so special?

    I dig McConaughey – I know you do too. Wink.

    You would.

    Maybe you already did?

  2. stigmund says:

    Listen, “D”, this isn’t MySpace. Not every exchange has to end with “you would. I had him. And your ma.” etc.

    Stigmund Inc.

    But you’re right of course. I did.

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