Category Archive: UK

Breakbeat BBC News at 6 – 1987

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London 2012 – The Official Snoozenight.com Review

Those who thought the games would continue into infinity, only to be cut-short by limiting the disability classification system, need worry no more. With the BBC’s in-depth 3DHDOCD polished coverage now relegated to iPlayer followed… Continue reading

Facebook Floaters, Bee Gees, A Season, Fresh Meat

ECONOMICS Shares in Facebook closed well below the price at which they were floated amid doubts that the newly listed company can live up to expectations. Analysts stated that the confidence in the… Continue reading

Lockerbie, Hand of Zod, Hospital Food

INTERNATIONAL Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, the only person convicted over the 1988 attack, has died older than Yoda at his home in Libya, aged 623. Released in 2009 on compassionate grounds as Megrahi… Continue reading

Facebook, Dave, Dirty Greeks and Sausage Rolls

Quick round up, kids…… TECHNOLOGY So this week Facebook floated on the US stockmarket, raising initially $106Bn. This windfall will give Co-Founder Mark Zuckerburg just enough to buy another FarmVille pig-shed and 5… Continue reading

Friday 13th January – The Sun, Hooves, Employee Fisting and Leveson

Warning: this article is certificate 18.  Containing strong language, sexual references, moderate fantasy violence and snoozenight losing it to the soundtrack of Dominic Mohan’s garbled garglings.  In fact this is just 1000 swear… Continue reading

Wednesday 4th January – Of Mice, Men, Boobs and Booze

In light of the Stephen Lawrence sentencing due today, there will be a change to the scheduled Snoozenight.com programming.  We will be bringing you the same old rubbish as before. But without the… Continue reading

Monday 2nd January – Ed Miliband, KY Jelly and a Hammer

The Daily Mail provided wonderful source material in their interview today with everybody’s second favourite Miliband – The Labour Party Leader. “‘I think my worst habit is excessive seriousness’: Ed Miliband on his… Continue reading