Monthly Archives: November 2011

Yet another Embassy for Assad’s goons to attack

Well Turkey have no also imposed sanctions on Syria, so I suppose their embassy will also be attacked. Assads goons have quite a job in hand with so many embassies to attack, but I am sure they will work it … Continue reading

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Newsflash – Amnesty international, the USA and Somalia

Amnesty International has brought up a point that ought to shame any decent American – stop jailing juveniles for life. A child as young as 11 has been jailed for life without parole and there are 2500 adults who were … Continue reading

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King Kenny Strikes Again

Liverpool cruised into the semi-finals of the Carling Cup after and impressive back-to-back win at the Bridge against an increasingly desperate Chelsea. KIng Kenny Dalglish has now won thirteen times in a row against Chelsea in the course of his … Continue reading

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Iranians (yawn) Attack the Brit Embassy in Teheran

Iranian students have broken into the British Embassy, burnt the flag, smashed a bit of furniture and played around with a framed photograph of the Queen. No hostages taken though, so not quite the same scenario as way back when … Continue reading

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Belated Newsflash – Ken Russell is dead

Ken Russell, the filmmaker, is dead. He died yesterday. I almost missed the news because few seem to think the occasion newsworthy, but that’s the way it often is with geniuses who buck the trend, piss against the wind, crap … Continue reading

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Iceland, Volcanoes, Pliny the Elder and The New Ice Age

For all of you out there who laugh in scorn at doomsday scenarios and dismiss apocalyptic predictions out of hands, here’s one from you that I picked up from a taxi driver on my way back from a chemist. A … Continue reading

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Gary Speed – Obituary in thanks.

Reading about the sorrow and the loss experienced by so many at the death of Gary Speed is touching and harrowing at the same time. A player, a manager, a husband and a father with his entire future ahead of … Continue reading

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Mr. Huang rejected by Iceland

The Chinese invester mr Huang who wanted to buy a huge slice of Iceland turning it into a golf course and nature reserve, while he waited for climate change to turn it into something else, is seriously pissed off by … Continue reading

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News Flash! UN gets it’s finger out over Syria

Well Hello Dolly! The United Nations have issued a report stating that Syria has committed crimes against humanity! That took some time. Welcome to the world in between your banquet dinners on expence accounts! What have Russia and China to … Continue reading

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Sir Alex Fergusen thinks he’s God

Sir Alex Fergusen, the cud-chewing football manager of Manchester United, after all the acclaim and praise and superlatives that he has been showered with of late, now thinks that he is God. After all, he’s got a stand at Old … Continue reading

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