Friday, February 23, 2007

Carpe diem

Another one bites the dust. Another week that is, not a morbid reference to Prince Harry's fate now that he is off to Iraq. Although am I alone in wondering if he has confused Boujis with Basra? But this is hardly the time to make light of Iraq. Because with today's news of an impending US-UK sponsored 'Son of Star Wars', who can actually believe promises of a British endgame?

This week the future (of the world, not Britney again) feels horribly tenuous. Which is why we should live for the moment (or at least the weekend) and celebrate the 25th edition of City Slicker's 'Week's Action, Weekend Reaction'.

1) Incensed with rage over the determined military build-up and unjust war against Iraq when it is actually Al-Qaeda we are after? React by heading to the National Demonstration: No Trident/Bring the Troops Home. Because isn't silence acceptance? Assemble @ Speakers Corner, 12 Noon. Rally in Trafalgar Square 2:30PM. Saturday

2) Always fancied checking out the Barbican but needed a reason? React by indulging in its 25th birthday celebratory programme with an exhibit on Finland's master modernist architect Alvar Aalto or a show by Ireland's Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre. Worth the trip to Moorgate. Runs until 13 May and 3 March, respectively.

3) Secretly pining for a try at Wii with news of their market power? React by catching the last weekend of the Game On exhibit at the Science Museum. For a small fee you get to play 120 classic and modern games for as long as you like, including Space Invaders and Pacman. Who knows when you will get another chance? Until Sunday. £8.50.

15 Comments:

Anonymous Ella said...

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1:32 pm  
Anonymous Ella said...

Wowzers

25 Actions Reactions

Love Fridays with CS!

1:33 pm  
Anonymous Frank N Stein said...

Meanwhile Jenna Bush goes to a keg party!

1:41 pm  
Anonymous honkman said...

Not everyone believes such shields can work. The system is a work in progress: it has been deployed even as parts are still being invented. America has gambled $90 billion so far that imperfect insurance is better than none in a risky world. Not for the first time, Mr Blair shares America’s view. A British missile site—built only after a battle royal at home—would bind Britain to that world-view for a generation. That may be exactly how Mr Blair wants it.

1:43 pm  
Anonymous HeartyBowl said...

Who else is betting on Iran and North Korea before 2007 is out?

1:44 pm  
Anonymous Claire said...

Ahhh I want to go to all 3.

I love Pacman. Wonder if they have Tetris as well?

Agree with you CS that the build up is unbelievable. What they have got themselves into is a very messy messy nightmare.

1:52 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Britney is revolting!

1:56 pm  
Anonymous Deborah said...

Great action reaction!

This whole missile testing makes me so angry. I wish Blair had guts!

2:33 pm  
Anonymous Manny said...

Pleased to see Aalto get a retrospective. He is one of the greatest Finnish exports and is up tehre with Le Corbusier in terms of talent.

Will definitely check it out. The Barbican is hardly a hassle to get to.

3:46 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

so what will chelsey get up to now then? and why is willie not going as well? the youngest always gets shat on.

4:34 pm  
Anonymous hb13 said...

London's bar bill will surely suffer without Harry! Lets hope he remembers to bring a flask.

4:39 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He will have to come back for Willie's wedding, no?

Harry should start a blog from Baghdad

4:49 pm  
Anonymous Jen12 said...

Boujis and Basra

LOL :)

6:21 pm  
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