Why is it that Starbucks in Ireland and the United Kingdom have such a lack of plugs? As a frequent visitor to Starbucks on Dame Street, Dublin I find it quite frustrating that they openly promote Wife access and to bring your laptop along but don’t supply a decent amount of sockets to plug into.
If someone was to visit Starbucks in the United States they would find that there are sockets everywhere, but why not in Europe?! Surely with the steep prices charged for coffees they can afford to put in a few extra sockets for us?
So today I hear that Chris Brown was denied a UK touring visa because of his “serious” crime in the United States. And the home office claims that “Public Protection” is more important
So how did so many terrorists get into Britain? And why are we not deporting terrorists after they serve there sentence?
Makes absolutely no sense to me at all!
Yesterday I logged onto twitter and found a new keyword trending, #DuncansDream which is the brainchild of @DuncanBannatyne.
The idea is that if everyone of his 91,000 followers all followed each other through the trend then each follower would also have 91,000 followers.
I though i’d decide to write a few tweets on #DuncansDream and to my amazement within minutes i’d had 20 new followers, because of this i kind of became addicted to #DuncansDream and ditched Facebook for the day. As I started my day of tweeting on the keyword I decided that I thought I might make it worthwhile for people to follow me.
So today I decided that I would make a pledge! The pledge is that IF by midnight tonight I get 3000 followers then I will donate £500 to cancer research. Since my pledge it seems like the power and dream of #DuncansDream is now determined to make that happen. I currently now have 700 new followers since my pledge and as each minute goes by my inbox seems to pop up with on average 20 new alerts telling me im being followed via #DuncansDream