Archive | June, 2009

What’s on your Church Noticeboard?

25 Jun


From the Daily Telegraph, when they weren’t busy exposing Westminster criminals.

Religious Zeal

25 Jun

“There is no grace that the spirit of self can counterfeit with more success than a religious zeal.” William Cowper

Toy Story 3 Teaser

22 Jun

Toy Story 2 was one of the few movies to be better than the original. Does this mean Toy Story 3 will be even better?

Funny Twitter T-Shirt

18 Jun


(HT: Chris Brauns)

One wonders where blogging would fit into such a diagram.

Where on Earth is Matt?

15 Jun

Now don’t get too worried readers, this IS NOT an urgent appeal for a missing man named Matt. It’s more of a testimonial post to a highly amusing and entertaining post that I think people should find out alot more about.

It was my sister who actually pointing out this video to me one day, she was casually browsing throught the website and this one particularly grabbed our attention. So before I go into the story of how it came to be and all that, it would make more sense if every one watched it first…. (it gives you the option to watch it in HD, i’d recommend it although it does take longer to upload so depends on your Internet speed.)



So there you go, quite an amazing video, class to see all those places, especially Giants Causeway getting an honourable mention!! :D

So you may be wondering how this all came about, this young fellow named Matt Harding travelled to over 42 countries in the space of 14 months and despite jet lag probably taking it’s toll, it would have been an amazing experience. I was intruiged, and so after a couple of watches, I visited Matt’s website where it explains all about his amazing trip and all the incidents, however i’ve copied a section straight from this site to give you a brief run down of how this trip came about…

Matt is a 32-year-old deadbeat from Connecticut who used to think that all he ever wanted to do in life was make and play videogames. Matt achieved this goal pretty early and enjoyed it for a while, but eventually realized there might be other stuff he was missing out on. In February of 2003, he quit his job in Brisbane, Australia and used the money he’d saved to wander around Asia until it ran out. He made this site so he could keep his family and friends updated about where he is.

A few months into his trip, a travel buddy gave Matt an idea. They were standing around taking pictures in Hanoi, and his friend said “Hey, why don’t you stand over there and do that dance. I’ll record it.” He was referring to a particular dance Matt does. It’s actually the only dance Matt does. He does it badly. Anyway, this turned out to be a very good idea.

A couple years later, someone found the video online and passed it to someone else, who passed it to someone else, and so on. Now Matt is quasi-famous as “That guy who dances on the internet. No, not that guy. The other one. No, not him either. I’ll send you the link. It’s funny.”

The response to the first video brought Matt to the attention of the nice people at Stride Gum. They asked Matt if he’d be interested in taking another trip around the world to make a new video. Matt asked if they’d be paying for it. They said yes. Matt thought this sounded like another very good idea.

In 2006, Matt took a 6 month trip through 39 countries on all 7 continents. In that time, he danced a great deal.

Things settled down again, and then in 2007 Matt went back to Stride with another idea. He realized his bad dancing wasn’t actually all that interesting, and that other people were much better at being bad at it. He showed them his inbox, which, as a result of his semi-famousness, was overflowing with emails from all over the planet. He told them he wanted to travel around the world one more time and invite the people who’d written him to come out and dance too.

So there you have it, quite an amazing story and now this video has amassed a collossal 21,000,000 views, admittedly quite a few Britains Got Talent YouTube Video’s have collected quite a few more than this so come on, let’s pass on this video and show people how brilliantly diverse the world we live in is and how many cultures and peoples exist within it. If you’re like me, you’ll be watching this video with an open mouth for quite a while yet!

Hope you’ve enjoyed this, also, decided it’d be quite cool if you could leave a comment saying how many of the countries included in the video have you been too?!

 As St. Augustine said, “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”  (One of Joel Somerville’s t-shirt also says this….)

Thanks for reading, Ali

New Renwick Manager Unveiled

13 Jun


In a move that has surprised the world of sport Philip Dunwoody has stepped down as manager of Renwick House FC to be replaced by Andrew Morrison who has been appointed  for the 2009/2010 season. Another King recorded this exclusive interview with the new manger.

Another King is proud to announce the acquisition of primary coverage rights for the Belfast Super League for the next three seasons despite a rival bid being launched by Daniel Ritchie and rumours that rights to report on Renwick Football were heading to Irish Broadcaster 3:17. The current contract only covers friendly and league games with the Minister’s Match probably being retain by SWS and the Renwick Football Dinner available for negotiation each year.

Termonscotland Prices Reduced

11 Jun


Prices are for the full week and are in £ sterling
gartmore_signpost A new song challenge for Cromie Robert

The Covenanter International Holiday Conference 2010 has been given the go ahead by Synod and will be held at Gartmore House in Scotland. There is fantastic news for those hoping to attend as £60  has been wiped off the initial conference fee as well as cuts in acommondation costs which will hopefully enable more people to go. Credit must go to the organising committee for renegotiating the price tag (which nearly halves how much it will cost me to attend) and now I’m begining to plot the cheapest way to get across the Irish Sea.


The front of Gartmore House


Official promotion leaflet

How to fail School Exams with Dignity…

10 Jun

Recently I came across these examples of how to answer those exam questions you have no idea about with style! I’ve never had the guts to do it like these crazy guys and girls, but I find their attempts highly amusing!

Check these out for some cheering up during your busy studying schedules or perhaps your busy relaxing schedules!?


Example 1 :

Maths Equation


Example 2:

Blonde Maths Answer











Example 3:

Chemistry Question


Example 4:

Explaining a Graph












Example 5:

Physics Question


Example 6:

Long Maths Equation























Example 7:

Maths Solution


Example 8:

Chemical Bonds Question


And finally….Example 9:

Maths Question


Hope you enjoyed them, Another King would appreciate it if you left a comment featuring any funny answers to exam or test questions that you’ve ever written or heard about too!?!

Thanks for reading, Ali

Renwick House 08-09

8 Jun

Having moved out of Renwick last week, I was persuaded to write something about it..

football dinner

12 of the 14 lovely people who lived in Renwick

Renwick House is a fine establishment, sitting proudly at number 42 on Elmwood Avenue in Belfast, which provides accommodation for 14 young people studying or working in the Belfast area. But there’s so much more to it than that..

me pancakes

Having fun…which almost always resulted in eating..

newspaper room 2


street frisbee

Street Frisbee

luke chair

The night a chair went through a window!

kathryn me emmaline

andy lynch

Andy Lynch..very impressive



Renwick is overseen by a committee, they look after us well (Click to view larger)


Pete G wearing a balaclava and kilt turban. Whatever next..

me emmaline swings


The last week consisted of sun, the zoo, Bangor, no exams, for me anyway, indoor water fights, Prison Break, multiple barbeques, packing up, getting burnt, 123, 2am trips to Tesco, saying goodbye, chinese, night time frisbee, Crawfordsburn, Helen’s Bay, swans, all-nighters and a whole pile more..


First of all we went to the zoo…




We have Sam to thank for the fantastic photography


Wot you lookin’ at?





Helen’s Bay


Firing rocks into the sea. Towards the end half cooked sausages were used. Very funny..


Unfortunately for Richard, you can’t get the real bbq effect from a clingfilmed plate of food and a microwave..

phil girls



swans bangor 2

Swans in Bangor

swans bangor

Pickie Park – that place you always see on those Snow Patrol t-shirts..




The fire Sam and I started, which was eventually used to cook food on!



Renwick 08-09…we’re cool

The most saddening aspect of the week was of course having to move out, and in particular the removal of stuff from my room. Just look at the change Room 2 went under in the space of a few weeks…

room2 before and after


Bad times..

So, if you find yourself facing living in Belfast, I can’t recommend Renwick enough. It’s great.


Renwick House – the meaning of life?

Philip McCollum Arrives In Dromore

6 Jun


Rev.McCullough reveals his latest star signing

The June transfer window has opened and the top Premiership sides are rushing to try to sign star names like Barry, Tevez and Kaka but unnoticed by the national press Philip McCollum has returned from a year in the United States and is going to work alongside the church in Dromore for the next six months. Pray that God will use the period of time Philip spends with us as a blessing in his own life, the church and the local community as he carries out mission work.