Bigmouth strikes again

Serial money-grabber and general grifter Mike Joyce is at it again..
Ex-Smiths drummer Joyce appeared on BBC Radio 6 (6Music) last night, plugging the fact that he was selling rare Smiths paraphernalia on eBay.
Obviously not content with receiving 25% of Smiths royalties since 1996 and a £1million lump sum for doing absolutely nothing creatively when the band existed, he’s quite obviously in a spot of money trouble again since he is still proving that he is totally talentless, with the failure of another new band.
There are some very rare items up for sale, but, who would want to buy them when they have the signature of a greedy traitor on them?

  • eBay seller: riseupandkill (on behalf of Mike Joyce)
  • Moblog: Bugger

    No internet connection tonight, some little vagrant bastards decided to take it upon themselves to set the NTL junction box at the end of my street on fire so cable broadband and telephone are out.
    Luckily we have Sky satellite TV else I’d be totally screwed.
    The NTL engineers are working on it right now though, so hopefully won’t be too long before it’s all back.

    Cheers Tessa!

    Binge drinkers
    Well, today is the day. Judgement day, if you will.
    Today is the day that society begins a fast descent into unmitigated decline.
    Don’t expect anybody to turn up to work tomorrow.
    Doctors, Nurses, Politicians or Bus Drivers, all will resign their posts in favour of being at the pub.

    Or so the Daily Mail would have you think.

    Yes, that’s right, as of today, we, as Brits can buy booze any time of day or night.
    Pubs & Clubs, licenses permitting, can open longer, some even 24-hours if they like.
    Selected supermarkets, mainly Tesco, which already have large amounts of 24-hour stores, will be able to sell you a bottle of whatever tickles your fancy at any time.

    I for one will welcome the change in the law.
    So much so that I and my friends will be out tonight celebrating the fact we can now drink with less barriers to overcome, actually being able to go out on a weekday night without being forcibly removed from our seats by burly bouncers at 11pm sharp will be a welcome change.

    Contrary to popular belief, there are people out there, many people in fact that enjoy a drink, like to go out and do not cause trouble.
    I have been drinking in Cardiff city centre no less than two nights a week for almost 5 years now.
    In that time, I have never had to speak to a police officer1, never been in a fight, never robbed anybody, not stolen a car, not even indecently exposed myself.
    OK, I’ve been a little loud at times. But who cares when you’re walking down a street that is 100% shops and thus, there is nobody there to hear you?

    I stand firm. The new licensing act is a very good idea and, as with anything, it is the minority that spoil it.

    1Except for one time that my mate Ricky & I got stopped and searched by the police whilst walking home from a house party, simply for the fact that ‘two guys walking down a street at 5:30am is a bit odd’