Aleatoric Spam

February 6, 2017

I do love an unsolicited e-mail of unknown provenance. This arrived in my inbox today with no ceremony, and apparently no understanding of how these things work.

Having received it in something akin to simplified Chinese, I hit the translate button to see what they were after and was presented with this hot mess.

Aleatoric spam. Sounds like an avant garde 21st century group consisting of final year students at Juilliard.

Enjoy.

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Taking it to the Excrème

September 24, 2013

Yesterday evening, browsing the Tesco near to my house, I found a chocolate bar on the shelf which made me laugh like I’ve rarely laughed before. Read the rest of this entry »


Singing for the dead, to the living

March 14, 2012

I have just had the most surreal afternoon imagineable. This morning, while enjoying my free Starbucks latte, I read on Twitter that my mate @PastorEv was facing a tough afternoon, singing “Jesu, joy of man’s desiring” which is famous, twiddly, and quite high with a small funeral party who were mostly non-churchgoers.

I asked if he needed backup. Read the rest of this entry »