AFlash Mob is a group of at least ten people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual and seemingly pointless act for a brief time, then quickly disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment, satire and artistic expression. Flash Mobs are usually organized via social media, or viral emails. The term was coined to reference the way the mobs assemble. It has also been used to describe a number of robberies and assaults perpetrated suddenly by groups of teenagers. However, Bill Wasik, originator of the first Flash Mobs – and a number of other commentators – have questioned or objected to the usage of “Flash Mob” to describe criminal acts.
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Well now we have the big day out of the way, I thought I would come and share some news with you, dear reader. Starting in the New Year we will have a new contributor to Jammy Toast who will be posting stories about life, love and the eternal pursuit of happiness. The new contributor will be a young lady by the name of Andreaa. Now Andreaa is a little special around here because she was our very first friend back in the days when Ananasty and I first started blogging. The year was Anno Domini 2006 when we took our first faltering steps onto Blogger and Andreaa found us… and basically started bullying us. I mean, she was thirteen-years-old when all said and done. If you are asking yourself how a thirteen year old schoolgirl could possibly bully a fully grown man, then you have obviously never come across Andreaa.
Our Granny’s behaviour is getting more and more erratic as the weeks and months go by. I will be the first to admit that she is not getting any younger, so I suppose it is to be expected. The list of things to include in these Granny updates is getting longer and longer. The other week, I pointed out to her an article in the Daily Mirror stating that people who have an active sex life are less likely to get dementia. You could see Granny’s mind working overtime on this one because, Granny being a single lady, she does not get much chance to indulge in the Kama Sutra.
When you drive along the waterfront in Liverpool you can’t help but be amaze at the architecture. There is a vast array of old classical buildings along with the modern buildings that have been added over the past decade. Now a newly-opened show at the National Architecture Centre in the city is to display designs for Liverpool that were never built. The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) centre is housed in the Broadway Malyan-designed Mann Island on the waterfront RIBA North has a gallery “at its heart”, showing the city’s architectural past, present and future. Mayor Joe Anderson says it will bring “new tools and innovations”.
We would like to thank Radio City Talk’s Pete Price for this picture taken from the top of the Radio City Tower over in Liverpool. It was taken during his talk-show on the radio station last night and we thought we would reproduce it here just to show you the kind of view you get from the top of the tower. It has been many years since I was up the tower, back in the days when it was a revolving restaurant. Thanks Pete!
It is easy to throw insults at your local council. Every day you can see evidence of work that needs doing around the local community. However, sometimes it is the people in government who are to blame and the local council are fighting an ongoing battle with funding. A couple of years ago Davidd and I used to work around Newsham Park in Liverpool where we would sometimes stop off to eat our lunch. It is a little piece of tranquillity in the middle of the hustle and bustle of Liverpool. There is over 120 acres of grass, children’s play area and a large lake where people often fish and swans and ducks busy themselves swimming to and fro. Where we sit next to the lake is even below the level of the lake and often it appears that the lake is going to overflow its banks onto the roadway such is the level of the water. It really is a lovely park hidden away behind old battered buildings and a meat market.