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January 30, 2007

Tax Dodger Look-alike

Roger Jenkins and Tony Blair
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A Barclays banker has been revealed as the highest-paid employee of a major British company in history, earning at least ?40 million in a year. Roger Jenkins may have earned as much as ?75 million, it has been revealed by The Business magazine. Known as "Dodger" by colleagues, Roger Jenkins speciality is the creation of tax-efficient schemes for rich corporate clients.

Posted by mehrdad at 11:56 AM | Look-alikes |

January 29, 2007

Peace activist


Max, the Peace Activist!
Stop the War Demonstration, Wednesday 24 January.

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Posted by mehrdad at 01:52 PM | Max's Corner | Politics 2007 |

January 24, 2007

Persian Peace Rug


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Posted by mehrdad at 12:07 PM | Design |

January 23, 2007

Stop the War Now

Tomorrow British MPs will debate and vote on Iraq. The vote will take place at 7pm. Stop the War has called an evening demonstration outside parliament from 5-7pm. Come along and make your voice heard.


Wednesday 24th January 5pm Parliament Square. See you there!

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Posted by mehrdad at 10:16 AM | Politics 2007 |

January 11, 2007

Carry On Flying


Carry on Flying could be another title for a new Carry On film starring Tony Blair as Kenneth Williams!
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The Carry On films were a long-running series of British comedy movies. They were a mix of parody, farce and double entendres. They are seen as classic examples of British humour.

Posted by mehrdad at 03:06 PM | Films | Politics 2007 |

January 03, 2007

Happy New Year


Here is my Top 3 of Top 10 lists for 2006!

1. Google Zeitgeist 2006
A year?s worth of Google search speaks to our collective consciousness. Google has compared frequent queries against 2005 to see what sorts of things were top of mind.

2. BBC: The Top 10 Sound of 2006
The BBC News website's Sound of 2006 survey has uncovered the best new music by asking more than 100 critics and broadcasters for their favourite up-and-coming acts.

3. TIME.com: The Top 10 of 2006
From head butts to heart-wrenching performances, Time.com has ranked the best and boldest of 2006.

Posted by mehrdad at 12:25 PM | Journal 2007 |