Friday, October 14, 2005

Video iPods, music & knickers

This week saw Apple launch their new video iPod player. You will be able to download video clips from the itunes store for $1.99 each to view on your new toy.

That sounds great; on the other hand the screen is only about 3 inches across so there is going to be a bit of sqinting involved if you want to watch sports games!

Steve Jobs CEO of Apple

Live music for Friday night!

Live music in South Somerset & West Dorset areas
Diamondogz @ Grove Nightclub, Seaton

Those Glam Rockers Diamondogz ready for another night of party action in Seaton!

Rock 'n' Roll Charity Night for Air Ambulance @ Labour Club, Yeovil
Little Dixie @ Woods Wine Bar, Yeovil
Da Blues @ Hope & Anchor, Bridport
Aiden, Captain Everything, Farcue, Dead Glamour Girl & 'Mystery Act' @ Flicks Bar, Yeovil
Dave Green Poulett Arms, Lopen Head
Mojo @ Plume of Feathers, Sherborne
Mr Darcy @ Quicksilver Mail, Yeovil
Looper @ Swan Hotel, Crewkerne
Karma Train @ Green Dragon, Combe St Nicholas
Crawfish support from Circle Blues Band @ Square & Compass, Windmill Hill, Ashill
Skinful @ Fleur de Lis, Stoke-s-Hamdon

Live music in Taunton & Bridgwater areas
Linda Marlow @ Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton
Julie Felix @ Bridgwater Arts Centre
Dodgy Jammers @ Malt Shovel, Bridgwater
Karma Train @ Green Dragon, Combe St Nicholas
Snakes @ The Westgate, Taunton
Thick As Thieves @ Pen & Quill, Taunton
Wyvern Club Beer Festival, Taunton (until 23rd)
That'll Do @ Cross Rifles, Bridgwater
The Blues Band @ SCAT Atrium
Jive/Rock 'n' Roll @ Taunton R 'n' R Club

Women say knickers to g-strings
LONDON (Reuters) - Women are deserting g-strings in favour of more substantial undergarments, while bra sales are busting all expectations as ladies grow larger.

Consumer research group Mintel said on Wednesday that spending on thongs has fallen 14 percent since 2003, meaning that the minimalist undies on show above waistbands everywhere now account for fewer than one in four of women's undergarments sold on the 388 million-pound UK knickers market.

Instead, women are opting for boy shorts, maxi pants or French knickers, Mintel suggested, adding that the "control bottom" sector was also in good shape.

We blame Bridgit Jones and her extremely large knickers!

The Editor

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