When mollusca trawl their glutinous way across our landscape, they have the evolutionary advantage of a third eye to spot potential predators. It’s called the pallial eye.
I thought I’d tell you something interesting pertaining to ‘Pallial’ before you all Continue reading →
The ‘news’ has to be massaged and imbued with emotive content to interest the Media.
That which most of us would consider ‘news’ – citizens jailed without trial or representation; pension funds raided; savings devalued; citizens starved to death; citizens arrested Continue reading →
Good morning world – I think I can face you again. It has been an utterly miserable couple of weeks. It is only the steadfast support of Mr G that has firmly plonked me down in front of the computer again this morning with instructions to write. Continue reading →
SELLING DAVID A PUP.
It’s been so long for me since I began the stressful and lonely path of ‘thinking outside of the box’ in terms of digesting the information I was being fed (and, of Continue reading →
No thanks to the so-called ‘mainstream media’ (a term I have never found my peace with for its ‘New World Order’ paranoia overtones), the world is now aware of the crimes of a Dr Kermit Gosnell, of the beautiful city Continue reading →
The abiding topic of the week has, of course, been the funeral of Lady Thatcher; the cost, the style and so forth.
Somewhat randomly, I offer up two memories of the week which will stick with me. Continue reading →
The Internet has correctly been concerned at what has been perceived as the loss of a ‘right’. The proposals by the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) to refuse to release the names of people they arrest in the Continue reading →
These are curious days in the media. They will give endless space and awards to those who speculate on possible horror attributed to the dead who cannot answer back; they cheerfully re-use photographs of dead babies, awarding those babies a nationality that changes Continue reading →
I shall probably get myself into dangerous waters here, but that has never bothered me in the past, so I shan’t let it bother me today.
Bitcoins, the beloved alternative currency of the Libertarian movement as espoused by those who are Continue reading →
I understand that at certain “street parties” held to “celebrate” the passing of the late Lady Thatcher one of the songs of choice was “Ding, dong, the wicked witch is dead.” As others have observed, many of the Continue reading →
I have finally lost patience with the whingeing weegies in the sulphurous sewer that is Glasgow. The spectacle presented worldwide in national news outlets, of Scotland’s ’finest’, who are normally keen to tell us that they live on the breadline, Continue reading →
During the week I had recorded an episode of Piers Morgan’s interview series. A case of nothing else worth recording really – the others I have seen have been a succession of women agonising over some dreadful trauma in Continue reading →
When Margaret Thatcher is returned to the dust whence she came from and where she shall return like all of us, a little bit of a bygone age will go with her. She will be eulogised — but, Continue reading →
Early yesterday morning I pottered off on my usual round of shopping for my eclectic diet (eggs, figs, prune juice, sesame seeds, jelly, dark Choco Leibniz biscuits, coffee, and loo roll) but I took a detour back Continue reading →
Daily Mail journalist discovers that sex isn’t illegal…read on…
Melissa Kite, well known Daily Mail journalist, is in the habit of of taking her dog for a daily walk in a well known ‘gay’ cruising area. We know it is daily because she tells Continue reading →
The picture editors were busy yesterday. The winsome portrayals of Madeleine McCann, once the picture of choice if the word paedophilia was to be mentioned in the media, were passed over. The aging shots of Jimmy Savile dusted down again, a Continue reading →
The Barons ‘B’, Barnes and Birkenhead, have their feet firmly under the table. The Baronial table that is. The one that has Jessica Cecil standing guard outside to protect the duo from the wilder excesses of their fiefdom.
The Baron Barnes, better Continue reading →
A brave new world commences today. Just as well April Fool’s Day was yesterday, for otherwise you might not have believed it.
From today, in England, your Local Authority will be responsible for ‘supporting your self esteem’ Continue reading →
Abu Mustaffa-Tax Denis Healey, the infamous hate preacher was universally condemned last night by leaders of all sensible parties. 95 year old Abu Denis Healey has been accused of delivering foul tirades against poor Ed Miliband Continue reading →