So Tesco is in the press again, this time recalling a book from their website that was wrongly categorised for 5 – 8 year olds. The book in question is a colouring-in book that depicts images from classic 18 certificate horror films. The front page is an image of actress Janet Leigh screaming as she is stabbed to death in Psycho’s infamous shower scene.Share on :
My name’s Rory McIlroy. Did you know that I earned about $15 million last year and got an MBE. I’m only 23 – amazing. I know a few things about buying a house – my manager sorted me out with a couple that I paid for in cash, so if you’re hard up and want any financial advice, I’m the man. Can you tell I’m looking at the autocue?Share on :
Okay, so I’ve missed the boat on the horse meat scandal; it’s old hat and cat milk is about to break, but what really got my goat was the missive that Tesco published in the wake of the outcry.Share on :
"Me, me , me, pick me, pick me"
I’m heading to Hong Kong next week to run a workshop for a client, and remember a wealthy Hongkongese businessman last year offering a bounty of £40m for any man who can turn his gay daughter straight. It would be nice to try and land £40m, but really? Where’s the problem?Share on :
2ndAs a parent of small children, Christmas is a magical moment full of unwavering belief: the excitement from placing a mince pie and glass of sherry next to the chimney-less electric fire; the anticipation of hearing the jingle of bells or Santa’s feet thudding across the roof from level 2 of the 30 storey building you live in; the thrill of tearing off the wrapping paper to see if you’ve been good. And that’s where one of the many challenges should be avoided.Share on :