Tag Archive | #savethenhs

T-Mobile (and the Angry birds #fail)

The epic Liverpool Street station flash mob really kicked it off.

Since then we’ve had random punters singing with Pink in Trafalgar Square, a pretend Royal Wedding dance off (a la that wedding dance from the Americans), and now T-Mobile are hijacking the knock down castle game to end all knock down castle games.

Angry birds…

 

I love angry birds (and I don’t mean the ones in the T-Mobile call centres). But this?! All the Saturday night TV ooooooohs and aaaaaaaaaaahs. The forced excitement, the jumping and cheering in unison?

It’s faker than David Cameron offering up a pledge to protect the NHS…

Iain G. Morrison is a Head of Marketing & Communications for a charitable social enterprise. And will be sticking with Angry birds on’t iphone ta very much…

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Save the NHS…

I care passionately about the NHS.

It’s a remarkable institution and one that should not be allowed to be reformed by a coalition (where neither party elected mentioned gutting it like a fish in their respective manifestos).

This video comes with one of those not suitable for minors / sweary warnings. But I think it sums up how many people feel about Andrew Lansley…

Iain G. Morrison would encourage you all to write to your MP and insist they #savethenhs

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Where angels fear to tread…

Very few things about a commute in and out of Victoria can ever be described as angelic. Even if they smell of teenage changing rooms.

So, to Lynx and their recent ambient stuntette…

Despite the exceptionally high production values, I wasn’t the biggest fan of the latest TVC. But I have to say, I am something of a fan of this.

Especially the hip swinging reaction of most men…

Iain G. Morrison mainly recuperating and praising the angels from the NHS this week. Lasnley, if you’re listening, be a love and keep your butchers hands off the finest of British institutions…

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