A few weeks ago I commenced my quest to search for the truth behind the legend of the Man in the Iron Mask. Having tried to bring as much salacious gossip to the fore asContinue reading →
Will someone please tell me this is a joke? A photoshop? It has come to me from a reputable source that I know flies into and out of Aberdeen airport â but surely not? Â£1 coin operated fee toContinue reading →
âGideon the Gormlessâ, or âJumped up Jeffreyâ as Obama called him, otherwise known to us as âOsborne Housey-houseâ, has been calling the numbers again. The four year âSpending Plan Reviewâ that Gordon Brown introduced has just beenContinue reading →
Have women become totally incapable of handling their own lives without the aid of the State to wield a big stick for them?
I ask because an extraordinary case is winding its way through Southwark CrownContinue reading →
Plod has been getting a bad press recently. His efforts to convince us that he is underpaid and under appreciated considerably hampered by the string of âNews Internationalâ arrests as part of Operation Elvedon, showing that heContinue reading →
Bower-ed out at last from the National Health Service talent show; no longer will we hear the strident tones of Gloria Gaynorâs âI will surviveâ, instead she is lisping the lyrics â âIâm just a fool whose intentions areContinue reading →
Two wheels â Good. Two legs â Bad!
The naked ambition of Londonâs army of âoh-so-on-messageâ environmentally aware cyclists knows no bounds. Two weeks ago, spectators were spellbound by the sight of the naked rear ofContinue reading →
798 years ago today, King John set his seal on the Magna Carta. The contents of that historic document had been bitterly argued over for four days. During those days, as the Barons struggled to wrest theContinue reading →
Light years ago, before Jimmy Savile was even a twinkle in his Fatherâs eye, and Tescoâs hadnât been invented, and there wasnât a career in Television to be had, no matter who your Father was, âcos hardlyContinue reading →
Oop there in Liverpool, the 2008 âcultural Capital of Europeâ according to the European Commission, a young male was out and about with his lady.
He found himself surrounded by several young knuckle dragging males ofContinue reading →
Back in the heady days of July 2009, a mere seven months after the onset of the âglobal banking crisisâ, an event which Gordon Brown frequently reassured us had âstarted in Americaâ â and therefore was notContinue reading →
This is a guest post by Kingbingo, a long time contributor to this blog.
Life used to be pretty good for Edward Snowden. He had a good income of over $100k from a jobContinue reading →
Over the past four days days, Mr G has driven me around 3,000 kilometres (roughly 2,000 miles for the metrically challenged). One of his mad dashes to see something of interest to him! Enough said.
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Back some 20 years ago, when the sun still shone in summer time, and young army lads only got beheaded in foreign places so there was no need for a focus group to tell the Prime MinisterContinue reading →
No, Ms Raccoon has no intention of shutting up â though that would be an equally popular request these daysâ¦.
But several people have asked if I could creep into the man cave and take some pictures âContinue reading →
What do you know of the trial of the artist Graham Ovenden? That he taped pubescent girlâs eyes shut with sticky black tape, sexually abused them, distributed photographs of them, was found guilty â and now, shock,Continue reading →
Wow! Ms Raccoon has landed back on earth as inhabited by mere mortals â with a sickening thud. Mr Gâs days of popping her into a camper van, parking it on some remote Portuguese hilltop and calling that aContinue reading →
Today, an exhibition opens in London of an event, a life changing event, that transformed lives far more effectively than anything the Nu-Labour activists could dream of. It was a genuine revolution, a relatively bloodless one.
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