Friday Night is Health & Safety film night with Professor Mal Archaic. Tonight’s humorous film: tourist photography Continue reading Health & Safety: Tourist Photography
Professor Mal Archaic: Hello, bon soir, . This evening, we tackle the problem of Awards Ceremonies. All of a sudden, normally sane celebrities becomes moved to emotion, trips, falls, tears and unwarranted exclamations. Roll the video, Rufus! Continue reading Health and Safety at Work: Awards Ceremonies
This is a wonderfully funny parody of a totally inconsequential blog. Made by a hilarious cartoonist, Dave Walker. Posts includes such gems as: Going for a walk April 15th, 2013 I decided to go for a walk. I set off in my chosen direction. Eventually I returned to my starting point. Straightening the doormat February 7th, 2010 I noticed that the doormat was at … Continue reading Dullest blog ever – Dave Walker
Once again, Friday night is Health and Safety Film night with our resident expert, Professor Mal Archaic. Bonjour! That’s your actual French, that is, mesdames et monsieurs. Ce soir (or this evening) we consider the dangers of movement, travel and encountering postmen. I bow and generally lean forward at 30 degrees to the great French Safety film-maker, Jacques Tati. Youtuber “cinefils 2002” has compiled … Continue reading Movement and other dangers
Yes, Patrons, in 2018, back without popular demand: Friday night is Health and Safety Film Night at this particular blog circus tent. Tonight: Monty Pythons, Hairdressers and Mountaineering Continue reading Friday Health & Safety: Mount Everest Expedition by Monty Python
Last night, I went to see a Buster Keaton movie, ably accompanied by his musical partner for the evening: Neil Brand. It was an early Christmas treat for me – and it was terrific in that quiet, enjoyable way of being served a delicious meal, where every course is a delight, but the chef isn’t in the room, waving his hands and being dramatic about … Continue reading Review: Neil Brand Presents Buster Keaton
Terry Border describes himself as “Humorist, Photographer, Earthling” on his website.
As well as the photo series of books with wiry limbs (see featured photo above this article) he is also a punning facial hair model:
– this is part of a series if you have a friend with facial hair which you would like to gently mock.
And a series of imaginative reconceptions of Paint Chips – yes, paint chips – that ordinary,