C.E.J. Pacian presents the world's first liquid-fuelled rocket-blog: trapped in a hyperbolic orbit to nowhere in particular.
Really taking the fight against breast cancer to some strange corners.
You know what I saw the other day that really bothered me? An ambulance with advertisements on the side of it. I mean . . . come on . .. you know? Aren't there some surfaces in the urban landscapes and thoroughfares that should be free of advertisements. How would you like to be taken to the hospital in an ambulance with a big ad on the side? I guess it depends on what the ad is... does the patient get a cut? Sorry to rant.
I like pink. Why is pink considered to be an odd color? Why don't people question why garbage trucks always have to be that crappy gray or green color?
@Bobby: Rant away. That is disturbing. Fire engines in the UK carry adverts, but of the public service variety, eg. "Change the batteries in your smoke alarm regularly!"@Michelle: I think that kind of colour fares better when it gets rubbish and dirt on it. Which is perhaps why the bright colours only come out for special occasions and charity thingies.
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