Monthly Archives: March 2007

Optimistic phishing attempt

This has to be the most optimistic phishing attempt I’ve seen yet. I can’t wait to collect my 500 pound shopping cheque, though. I just feel so devouted. Dear Co-operative Bank p.l.c. Online customer, The bank congratulates you as a … Continue reading

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Drogba junior given Orient trial

Didier Drogba’s younger brother Joel is to be given a trial at Leyton Orient. Hopefully we can sell him to Chelsea for squillions in a few years time. Drogba junior given Orient trial

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Telegraph Fantasy Football password

The Telegraph Fantasy Football password for Wednesday 21st March is Orange. Not that there’s much happening in the Premiership or the FA Cup this week – it’s probably wiser to wait until after the England match to make any transers … Continue reading

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Orient extend Jarvis’ loan deal

Orient’s in-form striker Ryan Jarvis, on loan from from Norwich, is going to stay with the team until the end of the season. Having seen at least a few of us goals I can say that’s very much good news … Continue reading

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iRack or iRaq?

This Steve Jobs (or George Bush?) parody is quite funny, and entertaining enough. Is it about the iRack or iRaq? See what they did there?

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McDonald’s ‘make up your own mind’

McDonald’s have jumped on the ‘user generated content/corporate communications’ bandwagon and produced a site that allows anyone to ask a question and have it answered by the company. The site, built in Flash, is called Make Up Your Own Mind … Continue reading

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Leyton Orient 2-2 Oldham

Somewhere between riding their luck and wasting it, Orient took a small single point step towards safety in League One by keeping promotion-chasing Oldham to a draw at Brisbane Road. The game started well with both sides making inroads and … Continue reading

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