Would it be so fucking hard to have your webpage have a fill in the blank questionnaire along the lines of:
I am in the general vicinity of ________ and I want to go near enough to ________.
Instead of ‘Search by Route, Search by Terminal’ I don’t know what fucking bus I need to get on, that’s why I’m at your website. And even if I knew which buses might get me somewhere, god help figuring out which is the best choice.
Thanks for not much,
Frustrated customer who will just wind up getting on the DART and suffering a twenty minute walk in the rain.
Already signed up… and have my ‘bold’ solid colour outfit picked out.
Got an email from the dlr Festival of World Cultures (on in Dun Laoghaire July 23 to 25) saying:
Seeking 195 Participants for Birthday Aerial Photograph!
On Friday, 23 July, we hope to create a giant human number 10 on Newtownsmith Green to mark our 10-year Anniversary.
We are looking for 195 participants (ie one for every country in the world) who will make up this symbolic 10 that will be photographed from above by a light aeroplane!
Be part of Festival history and help kick off our birthday celebrations. To sign up, email email@example.com
There’s also a Faith Space which looks kinda interesting…
Over the weekend Faith Space @ Festival will host a multi-faith programme of events in response to the theme of ‘compassion’. From music and dance, prayer and passage sharing, to storytelling, chanting, exhibitions and discussions.
Meet the Buddhist Monks from India’s Drepung Loseling Monastery and take part in a Q&A session with Tibetan Lama Nyendak Tulku.
Relax, sip green tea, talkand exchange with others, and if you are inspired by the Charter for Compassion, please join in affirming and signing it.
Today’s email also went on with :
The complete Festival experience - Workshop it!
Here in Festival HQ we feel that no Festival experience is complete without participation in one of our marvellous workshops. Whether you’re a kid, teen, adult, music fan, food lover, craft hobbyist, herbalist, dancer, explore, or many of those things, there is a workshop here for you. We’re particularly looking forward to:
- Refresh Your Umbrella (artistic and practical)
- Circus Skills (action packed and wildly enjoyable)
- Household Instruments with Amiina (Icelandic superstars help you make musical magic from kitchen cupboard raids)
- Music Making H2O (creating a large scale liquid metronome from recycled materials)
- Musical Exposé with Guo Yue (for musicians and non-musicians - a life-changing 90 minutes with one of the world’s greatest flautists)
Why do I always misplace the things I love most?
On a side note, where the fuck is my scarf?