April 15, 2010 Leave a comment
The sun is shining and I can’t be arsed with sitting in front of my PC.
And this on the death of a Devil.
More later. If I can be arsed.
Because it turns out you were wrong.
April 9, 2010 Leave a comment
Dave’s not doing a bad job in stating his case, and what he lacks is much more than compensated by the revulsion imbued in me by the hysterical screeching preferred by the left, from Gordo all the way down. So there’s hope for the Tories yet. Perhaps Simon Cooke’s words yesterday had a persuasive effect on me. Or maybe the whole thing is just wearing me down.
I do know this: Having spent yesterday in the clutches of first the NHS and then HMRC, I have had a visceral and deeply unpleasant reminder of just how little the state, as Labour has shaped it, gives a fuck about us little people, and how much power and control is invested in the Napoleonic functionaries who sit their side of the divide. All with our money.
And I make no apologies for feeling entitled to more than average indignation, since I pay significantly more than an average amount of tax for a whole bunch of services that either I don’t use, don’t work, or are aligned contrary to my interests as a citizen, salary-earner and private individual.
This evening I shall mostly be reading my copy of the Spectator, and pondering the Dave question. Again. It shouldn’t be this way.
March 23, 2010 1 Comment
Why do we care? Because they tried to poleaxe a Tory MP for his comments during a commons debate.
An MP was investigated by police for inciting racial hatred over controversial burkha comments following complaints from a human rights association.
Conservative MP Philip Hollobone said wearing a burkha was the religious equivalent of ‘going round with a paper bag over your head’.
During a parliamentary debate last month he urged the House of Commons to ‘seriously consider’ banning the garment.
Bunch of Labour sponsored shit-stirring commie arse.
March 15, 2010 6 Comments
Tonight, I gave my two cats (MTC) a sachet of Whiskas tuna in jelly.
Food spilled will represent the Lib Dems and food remaining will be ‘others’
MTC POLLING – POINT IN TIME VOTING INTENTIONS – WEIGHTED SAMPLE (125g)
Until after the budget and the speechifying (not likely to be debates), polling is now tossed chicken entrails.
March 10, 2010 4 Comments
Perhaps if you used the stairs, you woul.. oh never mind. FFS.
Oh – and the killer lift panic?
Health and Safety Executive figures show 266 people have been injured in elevator accidents since 2002, and four killed.
OMFG. In fact, high-rise ‘elevators’ have massive arrays of redundant cables, and are counter weighted, so even a brake failure is unlikely to be a serious problem. Decent low-rise elevators are hydraulic, lifted from below. Hydraulics routinely lift much bigger loads.
September 23, 2009 Leave a comment
I may write something of consequence later.
(Yeah – fuck off, it’d be a first, I know.)
In the meantime…
Daily Pissboiler from Obo
Well … maybe not actively, but passively, it could well be:
When you print on a color laser printer, it’s likely that you are also printing a pattern of invisible yellow dots. These marks exist to allow the printer companies and governments to track and identify you — presumably as a way to combat money counterfeiting. When one person asked his printer manufacturer about turning off the tracking dots, Secret Service agents showed up at his door several days later.
Melanie Reid (Times) sums up my attitude to this Baroness Scotland fuck-duggery.
For years petty regulations have been tripping up millions of law-abiding people. Now it’s their chance to snigger.
CBA Syndrome rules…