Thursday, 30 October 2008

Hobo Bojo launches dough show...

London Mayor Boris Johnson took the morning off work today to go shopping. He was at the new Westfield shopping centre in Shepherd's Bush to open the giant edifice to the public. The inner-city shopping complex is Europe's largest, at 1.6m sq ft, and the opening ceremony attracted thousands of people.
Boris described it as a fantastic achievement which would persuade people to come to the shops, despite the credit crunch, and joked that he would be looking for a new suit after the ceremony.
Despite the obvious economic advantages, grumpy local Tory councillors have moaned about possible traffic gridlock due to lack of parking facilities and seem incapable of being positive about anything. Still, you can't win a mall.

Today's Haiku Film Review:

Westworld (1973) -

Hi, I'm Yul Brynner;
If you're reading this, I'm dead,
Of robot cancer.

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