Tuesday, November 28, 2006

ZZzzzzz... it's nearly Adela...zz
Living in Australian time is..

a strange and unusual (self imposed) punishment.

sMore strang is the 'apology' made by the PM regarding slavery. The reason I think this is that britons did nothing more than carry out a universally accepted trade. I would be far happier if Tony Blair apologised for Britains' role in the arms trade of today. The trade in sophisticated weapons is cruel and contempory, we in the UK are at the forefront of this.

Where's the moral crusade now?

Saturday, November 25, 2006


I had fallen into a deep and disturbing nightmare when I realised the Aussies were batting.

Confused and confusing...

I'm not looking forward to midnight.

Friday, November 24, 2006

Could someone please open Pandora's box...

It's the hope I can't stand.

I'm sleep deprived and as expected miserable..

Best wishes to my fellow sufferers.

Thursday, November 23, 2006

The Ashes..

It was a long night..

After three overs I was hoping for a draw.. By the end of the night I was in despair..

Oh well, only four more days to go...

Friday, November 17, 2006

On This Week last night..

We were jollied with a couple of renditions of nursery rhymes. The reason being that our great nanny state feels that not enough parents tell them correctly and feel that it might be in the best interest of children for parents to go to nursery rhyme classes!

As I cried in my bedtime brandy, I thought that it might be more appropriate for politicians to be taught that many nursery rhymes are a piss take of the stupid and powerful. So in the vain of getting it all wrong, here's the origins of Jack and Gill!

The rhyme comes from an ancient Scandinavian myth about the markings on the moon. The moon god Mani captured two Norse children, Hjuki and Bil, while they were drawing water from a well. When the moon was full, the children could be seen with a bucket on a pole between them.

Thursday, November 16, 2006

This website has just been drawn to my attention.

It is a stark reminder of the cruel and evil folly of our leaders' pride.

There are many ways to Heaven..

I choose to feed the birds.

I mention this because i've just watched (and heard) an amazing experience. A sparrow hawk taking out a magpie. The fight was just wow. I cheered all the way for the sparrow hawk (the magpies were also there) and am very pleased to say it won. He's eating it right now; a very good meal.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

"Those we curse as yobs end up being the ones that save our freedoms." (paraphrasing) Samuel Johnson.

Long live defiance and freedom.
I love Globalisation...

I'm so pleased that prawns caught in Scotland are shipped to the Far East to be peeled, then shipped back to Britain to be eaten.

Monday, November 13, 2006

When George Bush said he was surprised

with the election results last week I reckon he really was.

How come they weren't rigged this time?

"Is anyone gullible enough to believe that Republican big-wigs have given up cheating as a vital part of their strategy for winning elections?" Mike Whitney.

Sunday, November 12, 2006

I've been on holiday and both the computer and I were ill.

Still the news was quiet....