Under Saturday morning Extreme Trivia, I’ve just been reminded of two Twitter incidents from way back in 2009. Firstly, Armando Iannucci’s reaction when he was listed as a “Guest Contributor” byContinue reading →
Skunk: A person regarded as obnoxious or despicable.
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absolutely barking quietly eccentric neighbour of mine was going home one day when he spied a baby buzzard sitting by the roadside. He thought he’d take it home with him;
What a delicious pickle the BBC and the left wingers have got themselves into. In a desperate attempt to portray the hardship that the proposed benefit cap will inflict onContinue reading →
Mark Zuckerberg had it all. Most successful social media company in the world. Umpteen-billionaire in his 20s. Beautiful girlfriend. And presumably a Philippe Starck Lemon Squeezer.Continue reading →
‘Fat is a Feminist Ishooo’ ran the old joke. Many a true word spoken in jest.
It is no secret that I have long believed Lynne Featherstone toContinue reading →
From the thrumming intellectual engine at the heart of the Occupy movement, earlier this month:
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Not a post I expected to be writing this afternoon; it was to be about Laurie’s interesting comments on Channel 4 News last night.
Labour’s publicity sous-chef, Kenny Young, expert on all matters Glaswegian, must be whistling softly through his teeth this morning. A narrow escape.
A scant few hours before the thinned ranks of the faithful turned up inContinue reading →
There is a presumption amongst the guerrilla army of neo-Marxist, Guardian reading, sanctimonious commuters known as cyclists that the only motor driven vehicle theyContinue reading →
In my good friend Dr. Fraud’s Psychotic Wagehike Development theory, which extrapolated his Bonus Envy thesis, the ‘too late to cancel’ stage (approximately 3.5 to 6 months before the Olympics are held) is the first period ofContinue reading →
The European Court and Reform
In 1857 slavery was alive and well in the United States of America. Seeking his freedom a brave slave sued in Court in order to secure his family’s release.Continue reading →
In the NHS, we face a conflict of interest
No pilot studies from a market fundamentalist
Losing all the benefits of aggregate demand to the invisible hand
At least one company can’t procure and provide at the same time
Oh wait, they can
The Labour Party has clasped the clitorally vulnerable victim-hood of the Feministas to its bosom and bitterly resents any attempt to portray an ideologically opposed female as representing ‘Feminism’ at any level. Witness last night’s riveting NewsnightContinue reading →
When the Data Protection Ombudsman opens his mail in the morning.
If you’re reading this news article using your O2 mobile phone, you’ll be pleased to know that O2 have already sent me your mobile phoneContinue reading →
What is it that the ‘Left’ are really afraid of? Losing a client voting base comprised almost exclusively these days of public sector workers and the vulnerable dependant? ‘Wot about the Workers’ is hugely inappropriate, for they only standContinue reading →
Oh wondrous morn, oh joyous revelation! My cup runneth over.
No need for a revolution, determined inactivity is all that is required. Though a mass gathering of a few hundred thousand citizens stamping their feet andContinue reading →
What exactly is it that predisposes some people to be heroes and some cowards? Is it the full panoply of ‘little boys don’t cry’, ‘trials of strength’ and a suitable diet of ‘boy’s own heroes’ that ensuresContinue reading →
I wonder how Steve Sasson is feeling on this gloomy morning for Kodak? I’ve just unearthed a 2007 article he wrote for Kodak’s internal blog entitled ‘We had no idea’. What prescience Steve!
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We all support the police. Don’t we? I mean you do, don’t you?
In fact it depends. I would happily still throttle the pair who seemed to think they were Starsky and HutchContinue reading →