“Don’t Get Screwed.” is a consumer show that makes viewers aware of their rights. The DGS show featured a bowler who had her bag stolen from a changing room and a consumer whose wine delivery was smashed outside the delivery address. As the show features actors it is really interesting to see how members of the public react to everyday situations and the correct way to solve disputes as well as offering tips and explanations of consumer rights. Did you know that a can charge for tap water because providing a jug and clean glass is providing a service? Don’t Get Screwed can be watched on BBC iplayer and the next episode airs on Monday at 8.30pm BBC3
Notting Hill Arts Club yesterday, was a quality night out, seeing many a familiar face including that of Alexandra Burke who attended with some guy, after a brief chat and being told that no photos were aloud by this unknown guy. I was at the bar drinking my double amaretto and coke, when I was asking my people who that guy was, to which one member who weren’t in my entourage replied master shortie? I did not know that guy but I remembered that name. Before I knew it, I and the crew were on stage with Heartless Crew. What was truelly amazing was the fact that Heartless Crew were in the building running tings, a majority of the crowd consisted of west London’s finest who had numerous memories of goodtimes at the Hammersmith Palace. Resident Dj’s were on point as is to be expected and cameras flashed as we partied hard through to the early hours of the morning. Clearly not over the drink driving limit I said my goodbyes, replaced my Alexandra Burke cd with the blueprint 3 cd and drove off into the night. Waking up in the morning I was quite pissed that I wasn’t able to take my picture and did my research on this guy, he has a trainer that sells at schuhh and is a DJ on 1xtra. The pidgeon crep is out now but I don’t ever buy from schuhh because their trainer option is limited to mostly wack colourways. I am more of an offspring or size kind of guy. I think ill end this post here for the best because if you don’t have anything nice to say its better to say nothing at all.
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This airs as we speak On BBC 2. Jools is joined by Jay-Z. Foo Fighters, Norah Jones, Sting et al. The wonders of technology allow me to post this before it airs. I really enjoyed the live rendition of chasing pirates.
I can’t believe the audacity of some bloggers that have the nerve to comment “the wait is over yawn.” They must have something in their eye, be it a glass eye or contact lenses but surely not 20:20 vision. Personally I really like the cinematography, the pace and the idea behind the video. The song lyrics and Rihanna’s flow on this track is totally unique and sounds like nothing that is already on the radio. Rihanna’s figure looks stunning and there are no additional dancers or gimmicks within the video. Rihanna doesn’t feature a rapper on the track and genuinely holds this track on her own merit with her swagger in check. Ultimately within the video Rihanna does what she does best by just rocking the video by keeping it edgy, simple but effective. The video is visually flawless and the album “Rated R”is available in stores 23rd November 2009.