Do you ever end up tired enough for those funny silly mistakes? I have made a few of them lately. The bus arrived and I reached for a weekly card - quickly stopped myself from presenting my drivers' license instead. How many people have confessed to, in the morning, realising they poured orange juice onto cereal?
My feared tired trip-ups include:
Ordering something at a bar and then forgetting to take it.
Forgetting your login until the web site thinks you're a hacker.
Forgetting to put the garbage out (I have only seen that happen on Buffy).
Mixing up words - flipper instead of slipper, or saying yesterday instead of tomorrow.
And then the stuff others might do:
The nice kid at Maccas serves you a Grand Angus when you asked for the Mighty Angus (serious issue because one has bacon and the other has lettuce).
Pizza delivery people giving the wrong change (true story told in a lecture).
Bees- this is relevant - they become less precise, just li…
Not everything is online, says Kim Kardashian West
There is an assumption that something is only real if it appeared online. Kim Kardashian West busted this myth. She spoke about privacy during a keynote interview at a recent BlogHer conference. KKW claims to only share approximately 85% of her actual life.
Reality is starting to be experienced through an online converged world. This is warping perception of what is certain. Apparently things did not only happen if they were on Instagram. A story now has to be told on a blog or at least Facebook. Yet there is always a part of life that has to stay private.
Two parts of KKW's life are particularly private her children stay in the other room when she is filming. And her marriage also has more privacy from the outside world. People's dependence on social media became apparent when KKW didn't often show her second child online. It is definitely understandable to keep family out of the public sphere. And it gives a lesson to …
The Seekers are celebrating a very special time in their lives, and including their fans in the festivities. Dudith Durham, Bruce Woodley, Keith Potger, and Athol Guy have been a band for 50 years. That's right, a Golden Jubilee means 50 years in show biz. Before we have a look at the latest media attention, here's a quick background into the world of Seekers tours.
Judith Durham said on 60 minutes that they really had an easy career. Judith now realises she took for granted the instant TV coverage they received just a day after they arrived in England. Success welcomed the group whenever they wanted it. Judith then chose time off from the group for independence and to find her own identity. But the memory of The Seekers stayed with the public. And hence the later tours.
Judith has continually been able to return to the group with the same support from fans ever since. Their 25th anniversary Silver Jubilee (when I was 4) sparked a decade of performances. They united aft…