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Posted:Sat here at 6.45am playing poker and casually listening to MTV2. Song by floppy-fringed indie media darlings the Kaiser Chiefs called "Employment" came on.
I only mention it cos the video mainly features the exploits of a beardy hippy street performer who wows a crowd with his tennis ball contact skills and then appears on This Morning to promote the newly repackaged "Balliant", (of course, just a tennis ball in a fancy package).
If the CJ is real, it's pretty good, and features either Phillip Schofield or a look a like attempting it as well.
Nifty song, bit of anti-consumerism (ironic since it comes from one of the most packaged and promoted bands this century - but hey) and juggling too. What more do you need to get moist?
"I believe the cost of life is Death and we will all pay that in full. Everything else should be a gift. We paid the cover charge of life, we were born."