Leftovers.

by premierbakedbeanbrand

Apparently if you’re unemployed you’re more likely to spend time writing blogs, google Unemploymentality as it’s all on there some where, and I guess being at work doesn’t really allow you to update all the time, though if all you’re doing is updating what you had for breakfast then it’s a bit pointless, same with the blogs that are only ever posting links to other sites, but then if you’ve nothing to actually say or are busy getting out and getting on with things then updates are bound to slow.
Personally I’d of liked to of seen them go into it in more thorough detail; there was no mention of the weather and the relationship between the two, unemployment/weather, and though it might not make a great deal of difference to you if you live in the South of France, South Africa or Southern Australia if you live in the South of the UK you tend to pay close attention to the weather reports so if you’re employed, or not, and the weather is good you aren’t likely to be sat in at a computer updating, or at least you shouldn’t be, which is why I get so amazed at the amount of people that are bitter when they hear you don’t have time to be posting time on ‘social networking’ sites.. yeah it’s sunny so don’t sit inside updating profiles, and letting people know that you’re having a barbecue because it’s sunny- what a fucking waste of sunshine, barbecuing, great, well done, you can barbecue in the rain, it isn’t hard seeing as you’re dealing with fire and holding an umbrella/constructing some form of corrugated iron structure will keep you dry, not that getting wet is as bad as everyone makes out, just pull on your Goretex- through twitter and posting “on-a-wall” just get outside and actually do something… go somewhere, see something, get active. And then there’s the ‘but you can get in touch with people you lost contact with…’ argument for having these sites; if I wanted to keep in touch with people I would of. You grow, you move on people get left behind. Happens all the time. 
It’s June. I’m not unemployed and the weather is shit. I didn’t expect to go to London the other day to spend the day under a motorway in an effort to evade the rain. I did and it was fun but that isn’t the point. I’m writing this because work slows down in the rain if you aren’t based in an office, or a hot climate, and global warming, or it could be evolution, maybe a combination of the two, has seen that the rainy weather of spring is now upon us despite the fact that the flowers are in full bloom and the trees are as green as they’re ever going to get… hopefully Summer will stretch out in front of us and will run through July, August and September… Maybe, if we’re lucky.

In amongst the rain, and the chillier days that came at the end of May, and with the impending deadline growing ever closer we had to get out and shoot a new advert for Holeshot; we came up with a solid concept, struck lucky with a hot and sunny weekend, discovered that seagulls aren’t really hungry come the end of the day when they’ve done nothing but harass the day-trippers,learnt that cows don’t like to eat fish, spent hours scouring the countryside and after all that we had a selection of images to choose from but as we aren’t made of money only one could end up in Issue Five… So rather than just leave them hanging around posting a few of them would make all the effort a bit more worthwhile…
 
We lost the photos of them stampeding cows…
Just imagine; we could of missed out on all this excitement if we’d of been inside updating this blog in an effort to spread the word out the quality of our beans…

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