h/t Sue Marsh.Continue reading →
UKUncut are keen to portray themselves as peaceful protesters. They reiterate that their objection is to legal tax avoidance by wealthy companies. They do not accuse anybody of tax evasion. Somebody must have read them a pottedContinue reading →
16 months. God wasnât impressed with the confession, obviously.Continue reading →
Legendary, isnât it? Irish hospitality. When theyâre down to their last slice of Soda bread, theyâll cut it in half and share it with you.
Except theyâre way beyond their last slice of Soda bread.Continue reading →
Fiends, Homoâs, Councilmen!
I am happy to join with you today in what will go down in history as the greatest demonstration for opportunist hypocrisy in the history of our nation. 1 year ago, a great socialist,Continue reading →
âBut, soft! methinks I scent the mourning air; Brief let me be.â
There was a certain logic in the public display of grief when Princess Diana died. The Royal Family do represent something iconic to us.Continue reading →
You are not allowed to know who he is.
You are not allowed to know which area he has been operating in.
You areContinue reading →
Mr G dusted down his funeral suit on Saturday. Heâs only worn it twice. Unfortunately, the second time was to attend the funeral of the friend whoâd lent him the suit for the first occasion, so itsContinue reading →
The public school educated Ed Miliband believes that âthe best of the country we loveâ is represented by non-jobs in the public sector supporting those who contribute nothing to the economy.
Britain owes Â£876bn in totalContinue reading →
Buried in amongst the scare stories of Armageddon in Japan, Libya, Syria, Yemen, and many points East, the Beeb has not forgotten its mandate to report the truly important news to local communities.
Down in Trowbridge,Continue reading →
Enjoy yourself with this one folksâ¦..
Nanny in a Dog-Collar.
Young adults who frequently attend religious activities are 50 percent more likely to become obese by middle age then are young adults with no religious involvement, accordingContinue reading →
Much hyperbole in the media marshes today over the case of Jeremy Morlock, the US soldier who pleaded guilty to the âmurdersâ of three unarmed Afghan civilians. There is universal displeasure that he âonlyâ received 24 yearsContinue reading →
The Twins are silent so far this morning; sucking on their dummies as they try to work out whose piggy bank Daddy Osborne raided to avoid the inevitable tantrum when they pass the sweetie display.
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A tad more on the question of the identity of Bin Mustapha i-Dentity.
Some time ago, American forces on the Syrian border came upon some documents which have subsequently been analysed by the experts at WestContinue reading →
Anybody got any idea who he is? Where he is? What he stands for? How he feels about selling oil to Europe? Does he live in a cave? A house? Wife? Children?
We know the BritishContinue reading →
After the most hyped, leaked, and analysed budget in history, the climax is torporificâ¦â¦zzzzzzzz.
The Raccoon Arms is hereby declared a budget free zone tonight.
Talk about Liz Taylor, parvo-virus in seals, your plans toContinue reading →
A couple of years ago, the EU, our Lords and Masters, were kind enough to announce that in future we were allowed to switch some of our own money from the biscuit tin marked âStructural Fund ProgrammeâContinue reading →
Handbags are so last year. Time was when a Â£2,500 freebie Hermes handbag was enough to boost the fragile ego of fading celebrity. That badge of office appears to have fallen by the economic wayside.
TheContinue reading →
The main stream media is positively drooling over the stuff. Decapitated bad guys. Blood stains on walls. Terrified women. Big bangs. All colour pictures from inside the critical care units.
Fill your boots in the mainContinue reading →
On Sunday afternoon my neighbour was standing in his garden wearing dark glasses and waving his arms wildly, pointing at the sun and urging the boules players to take cover.
World War II didnât disrupt ourContinue reading →