Campaign India Team
Jul 02, 2010

Your weekend reading list

This week’s recommendation is the website http://27bslash6.com. David Thorne is an Australian humourist, satirist and author, whose small project created “purely to annoy”, now has mentions on Twitter, late night comedy shows, radio shows, and even in random office conversations. Start at “Simon’s Pie Charts” or "Party at Apartment 3", and there’s the rest of the weekend to snigger through the others.Go to 27bslash6.com 

Your weekend reading list

This week’s recommendation is the website http://27bslash6.com. David Thorne is an Australian humourist, satirist and author, whose small project created “purely to annoy”, now has mentions on Twitter, late night comedy shows, radio shows, and even in random office conversations. Start at “Simon’s Pie Charts” or "Party at Apartment 3", and there’s the rest of the weekend to snigger through the others.

Go to 27bslash6.com

 

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Campaign India

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