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Panic On The Streets Of London! Well, £10 Notes Shaped Into Dogs Anyway.

Posted on 31st March 2015 in money

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In an amazing feat of generosity and sensational marketing, @BeagleStreet have released the hounds with their #ReleaseThePounds publicity stunt.

What more reason could you need to visit London this Easter?

According to the Telegraph: A total of 500 tenners have been released in different locations across London as part of a stunt by online life insurance provider Beagle Street

“Hopefully our £10 note Beagles will put a smile on people’s faces and pounds back into their pockets,” said Matthew Gledhill, the company’s managing director. 

More of the £10 note origami canines will be released in other cities around the UK in the next few weeks. 

Let’s hope they don’t all blow away.

People have already started finding them and sharing the news, will you be next?

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Let VEG keep blogging! #neverseconds

Posted on 15th June 2012 in censorship

I am saddened to live in a world where we see someone show huge initiative and great entrepreneurial spirit by starting a blog (which, let’s not forget, means lots of additional work at home!) and instead of praising them or even giving them extra credit, the blog gets banned!

How petty and small-minded is that?

What on earth do they have to hide?

Well it has back fired big style as when I peeked at the blog earlier today the page visits counter was literally whizzing onwards and upwards in front of my eyes!

Part of her blogging campaign is to raise money for school dinners in poorer countries (see here for more details) how exactly has that been deemed to be bad?

I think we should throw @argyllandbute a lifeline here – let’s encourage them say it was all a publicity stunt to help VEG’s cause and let her blog as she pleases from now on 😉

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