Tuesday, 31 December 2013

I'm switching to Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia Airlines have banned under12s from the upper deck of their Airbus 380s.

Please British Airways do the same for the upper deck of 747s and one cabin of each class.

Meanwhile WestJet almost got my vote to, but it was an April's Fool

Hamas in their own words

The ultimate goal of the Hamas movement is to establish Islam worldwide, Hamas minister Fathi Hammad declared during a recent public address in Gaza.
“We shall liberate our land, Allah willing. We shall liberate our Al-Aqsa Mosque, and our cities and villages, as a prelude to the establishment of the future Islamic Caliphate. Therefore, brothers and sisters, we are at the threshold of a global Islamic civilization era,” Hammad proclaimed.

“The fuel and spearhead of this era will be Gaza, and its mujahideen and leaders will be from Gaza, Allah willing,” he added.

He then appealed to Fatah, which heads the Palestinian Authority in Judea and Samaria, to stop negotiating with Israel.
“We just sit and talk to the Jews. Enough with that! Come join us, the legions of the believers, which have translated the Koran into victory, the law of the Prophet's ancestors into glory, and Jihad into liberation,” he urged.

“We shall be coming with a third Intifada, an armed revolution, a Jihadi revolution, Allah willing,"

Hammad continued, adding that "Gaza and the West Bank will fuse together, along with our brothers within the 1948 borders, in a second Battle of Hattin, in order to uproot the Jews,” referencing the defeat of Christian Crusader forces by Saladin's Muslim army in 1187.

Other sources quoted Hammad as warning that Hamas will fire any member of its armed forces, including the Gaza police, who does not take part in morning prayers.

Hammad, Hamas’ Minister of the Interior, is known to support the institution of Islamic law (Sharia) in Gaza.

So that's Hamas, they don't want any Israel based on the 1948 ceasefire lines, they want an end to a Jewish state and they want that for Islamic reasons. They also are trying to institute an Islamic theocracy but that won't stop idiots in the West continuing to support Hamas, because anything is preferable to a Jewish state.

Saturday, 28 December 2013

Some naughty Seinfeld

Elaine's nipple is on her Christmas card! But not alas Julia Louis-Dreyfus

George can't tear his eyes away from cleavage

What happens when Elaine talks dirty

He took it out!

Friday, 27 December 2013

Jennifer Aniston - "Sexy, very sexy, sexy"

The scene where Jennifer Anison takes her bra off and her pokies all but are out of control. Jennifer Aniston's nipples always on display in Friends, a truly great series!

The Shining in 30 seconds enacted by bunnies

Sheer genius!

Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Which was the 'worst government ever' of Britain? According to Al Murray

Al Murray shows off his knowledge of British political history...

From when children weren't treated as passive imbeciles by broadcasters - Merry Christmas

An excerpt from "Pinky and the Brain" season 1, episode 48:

'KS: I am honoured by your visit. Let me show you our assembly line. First, sheets of sheer synthetic sheepskin are slit into several Kicky-Sack shoe shapes in shapely shoe sizes by six sitting sheet slitters. B: I only see five sitting sheet slitters. KS: The sixth sitting sheet slitter's sick. His son Sammy's subbing 'til the sick sixth sitting sheet slitter's back, sitting pretty. P: You're not the sheet slitter? S: No, I'm the sheet slitter's son. P: Well.... You keep on slitting sheets until the sheet slitter comes. Haheheheh! Whooohaaah. [View of a machine labelled "Sheet Slitter Shoe Shaper".] KS: The Shoe Shaper then shapes the slit synthetic sheepskin sheets, and shoots out shoes through the chute. KS: Now, this is Mr. Plunkett, the new khaki sock plucker. (I had to fire our previous sock plucker. He had a bit of an attitude.) B: So, you sacked the cocky khaki Kicky-Sack sock plucker? KS: The second cocky khaki Kicky-Sack sock plucker I sacked since the sixth sitting sheet slitter got sick. [Lights dim. Machine whirs and slows down.] KS: Whoops! Don't worry; just an electrical problem. One of the Kicky-Sack sack pickers will have to flick the plug. P: Not the khaki sock plucker? KS: Oh, _my_, no! The Kicky-Sack sack pickers flick the plug. The khaki sock plucker can't reach the socket over the latex child perambulator fenders we use to line the treadmill. B: It might make more sense to have the sixth sitting sheet slitter's son flick the plug, if the sack pickers and the sock pluckers are behind the rubber baby buggy bumpers.'

Tuesday, 24 December 2013

The Euro Crisis explained by Al Murray

Pure Genius...

Al Murray explains the Euro Crisis.

Al Murray - Australia & Spain NSFW language...

Al Murray...

Al Murray - Scots, Scousers and Geordies

A treat for Christmas Eve... 

Al Murray ...

An Easy Like Heaven mashup for Christmas Eve

The Commodores' Easy meets The Cure's Just Like Heaven... gorgeous

Now why would Nick Clegg push that line?

It is reported that Nick Clegg has issued a warning that he won't accept any further curbs on immigration from the European Union. 

How ridiculous, until you remember that his EU pension is, at least, partly dependant on his not going against the EU's interests.

Monday, 23 December 2013

Saturday, 21 December 2013

Alberto Juantorena's World Record breaking 1976 Olympic 800 gold medal run - commentator David Coleman

David Coleman RIP 

This isn't the "opens his legs and shows his class" commentary. That was from the same Olympics but in an earlier race I think...

The lawyer, the wife and the boobs

The lawyer is Cameron Diaz, the wife is Leslie Mann and the boobs is Kate 'sweet smelling sweat' Upton. have examined, very closely, the above video and created their highlights only version...

Lost your corkscrew? All is not lost.

A nifty way of opening a bottle of wine if you're minus a corkscrew.

BBC News ask 'How did Michael Adebolajo become a killer?'

The answer is, to the BBC obvious:
'... could another government scheme have stepped in? Whitehall had poured millions of pounds into an extensive programme of preventing violent extremism and a parallel programme of deradicalisation.

But when some of that funding was pulled after the 2010 general election, one of the groups that lost out was an initiative called Street, based in south London.

Its founder Abdul Haqq Baker told the BBC's Panorama that before Street lost its funding, members of his team had identified Adebolajo as a possible threat.

"Some of my youth workers knew [Adebolajo] and engaged with him," he said. "There were concerns that engagement was needed to enable him have a better understanding and contextualisation of Islam as we practise it in the UK.

"The traits he was displaying - ideological rhetoric in relation to violent extremism - and the positions that he had adopted, from those he had learnt from before al- Muhajiroun and such entities.

Such beliefs needed to be challenged."Could Street have stopped Adebolajo had it not lost its funding? "I'm confident in our track record that we could have prevented this," he said.'

There you go, it's clear: the fault for Michael Adebolajo becoming a killer lies with 'those evil Tory cuts'...  The BBC are beneath contempt. 

More from the BBC here.

BBC News - NHS 'was too powerful to criticise' says regulator

The trouble with this BBC report is that whilst it starts thus:
'The NHS "became too powerful to criticise" despite many patients receiving a "wholly unsatisfactory" service, the health regulator has said.

David Prior told the Daily Telegraph that even the most senior staff were afraid of speaking out.The Care Quality Commission chairman said the NHS should not be treated as a "national religion" beyond criticism.'

It is, of course, the BBC and their fellow travellers on the left of politics who most often treat the BBC as 'a "national religion" beyond criticism"'.

More reporting, that ignores this fact, here at the BBC.

Friday, 20 December 2013

Buying your wife and/or girlfriend sexy lingerie for Christmas? Have you thought of smartening up your own underwear?

Buying your wife and/or girlfriend sexy lingerie for Christmas? Have you thought of smartening up your own underwear? This video makes the point rather nicely.

Denis MacShane's plea in mitigation...

Denis MacShane is guilty of expenses fraud, but his lawyer has included in his submission that Denis MacShane is a union man... as if that should be a mitigating factor.

'The Qur’an is “Hate Speech” and Should be Banned' - So says Alex Jones' Infowars' and not me.

I'm not advocating banning the Koran but I'm interested as to how leftists would justify their inconsistencies.
'If we are to accept in the aftermath of the 'Duck Dynasty' controversy that criticism of homosexual activity represents "hate speech," then the Qur'an, which advocates stoning gay people to death, should also be denounced as hate speech and banned.

According to Democratic Party political pollster Bernard Whitman, who appeared on Fox News yesterday, along with a plethora of other leftists, Phil Robertson's comments are hateful and said they shouldn't be allowed to be aired in public.Yet the Qur'an, which clearly states that homosexuality is punishable by violent torture and death, is not subjected to anywhere near the same level of vitriol as that leveled against Phil Robertson by leftists. Why is that?

Let's contrast what Robertson said in comparison to what the Qur'an says about homosexuals;
Robertson: "It seems like, to me, a vagina — as a man — would be more desirable than a man's anus. That's just me. I'm just thinking: There's more there! She's got more to offer. I mean, come on, dudes! You know what I'm saying? But hey, sin: It's not logical, my man. It's just not logical…Start with homosexual behavior and just morph out from there. Bestiality, sleeping around with this woman and that woman and that woman and those men."

Qur'an (7:80-84) - "…For ye practice your lusts on men in preference to women: ye are indeed a people transgressing beyond bounds…. And we rained down on them a shower (of brimstone). Then see what was the end of those who indulged in sin and crime!"The Qur'an's use of the term "shower of brimstone" is interpreted by Muslim scholars to mean stoning somebody to death. The story is also repeated in suras 27 and 29.

As we illustrated earlier, not only the Qur'an but also the Christian Bible should be banned under this framework because both can be considered hate speech as they incite violence against homosexuals.
Despite the Qur'an's advocacy of stoning homosexuals to death, in addition to its recommendation that husbands beat their wives, it is virtually unheard of for prominent leftists to be critical of Islam, and yet the venom spewed in the direction of Robertson for asserting that homosexuality is a sin has been unrelenting.Indeed, when Bernard Whitman complained that TV networks were allowing religion to be "used as a weapon to spew hate," he wasn't referring to the religion of Islam, despite the fact that it advocates far more brutal treatment of gays than anything Robertson stated.'

Why is the BBC giving this man a platform? Backlash after hate preacher Anjem Choudary is invited onto Radio 4 after two Muslim converts are found guilty of hacking soldier to death | Mail Online

'The Muslim Council of Britain claims the BBC was 'unwise' adding the  community is united in its condemnation of the Woolwich murder'

Clearly they aren't, or is Anjem Chaudary not a Muslim? How about his supporters?

Wednesday, 18 December 2013

The snowboarding crow

That crows are intelligent and use tools is understood but a crow snowboarding...

Now that's an intelligent and fun loving bird!

What the Koran says - something for @sambarnet to read and listen to

Earlier this year Robert Spencer was on the BBC Asian Network and at one point the host (Nihal) asked him to quote verses from the Koran or the Hadiths that he finds reprehensible. Robert Spencer quickly responded with several verses from the Koran and one from the Hadith. Note that the Imam (Dudwallah ?) to provide the proper ‘context’ for these verses, since he objected to them being out of context. Note that he was unable to do so and when put on the spot he claimed that this is Robert Spencer’s field, not his. I did enjoy Nihal responding incredulously "But you're an imam!" Also a joy to listen to are Cameron's questions and Robert Spencer's answers near the end of the piece.

I have posted a version of this video before, actually that was a longer piece of video and is well worth a watch too, but thought it worth a repeat.

Here's that longer version of the tape, it is almost 45 minutes long...

Can you hear the sound of teeth being gritted at the BBC?

This is the top of the BBC UK News home page

If you think you can hear the sound of gritted teeth as the BBC report this news, you're probably right.

Incidentally the BBC report about the UK jobless rate ends thus:
Average weekly earnings growth including bonuses picked up by 0.9% in the three months to October compared with a year earlier, the ONS said, a slight improvement on the three months to September.

Excluding bonuses, pay grew by 0.8%.

But this is still well below the level of inflation - currently running at 2.1% - meaning that people's living standards are falling in real terms.
The BBC always happy to push the Labour party line.

Fun with German compound words

Even if you have no German language skills this video should still make perfect sense and amuse...

Monday, 16 December 2013

A common mistake but surely the BBC should know better

This BBC article about 10 common Christmas card dilemmas makes a rather stupid, albeit common, mistake. Number 2 dilemma runs thus:
2. Round robin revival?
The round robin letter - usually sent out with the Christmas cards - has become something of a seasonal joke. "Darling Theo is doing frightfully well in his eurhythmy lessons at Charterhouse - and little Imogen has gone back to advising Ban Ki-moon at the UN." Simon Hoggart, Guardian columnist and author of The Cat That Could Open the Fridge, a collection of round robin letters, is not a fan. "Round robins are hopeless because either you know the people so well, you're already familiar with their year, or else you don't know them well enough to care," he says. "The latter group find boasting particularly galling. Who wants to know about the exam successes of a teenager whose father you met in Derby 24 years ago?" But in an age where receiving a letter is a rarity, could the round robin be due for a renaissance? "It might now be a case of take what you can get," says Garfield. "Perhaps people should be grateful that they are being written to at all. It's time to bear the annual show of smugness."
The trouble is that the missive that they are describing is not a round robin but a newsletter. A round robin is  is a document signed by multiple parties in a circle to make it more difficult to determine the order in which it was signed, thus preventing a ringleader from being identified.

You'd have thought the Ed Ram or one of his editors would know this.

I have complained to the BBC:
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This article about 10 common Christmas card dilemmas makes a rather stupid, albeit common, mistake. Number 2 dilemma starts thus: 2. Round robin revival? The round robin letter - usually sent out with the Christmas cards - has become something of a seasonal joke. The trouble is that the missive that they are describing is not a round robin but a newsletter. A round robin is is a document signed by multiple parties in a circle to make it more difficult to determine the order in which it was signed, thus preventing a ringleader from being identified. You'd have thought that Ed Ram or someone at the BBC would have known this, or are facts no longer important to the BBC?

Can you spot any pattern?

This is a French language map of the countries in the world where the penalty for homosexuality is death (marked in red), where it is a prison sentence of over 10 years (marked in orange) or a prison sentence of less than 10 years (marked in yellow). Can you spot any pattern?

Saturday, 14 December 2013

Ron Burgundy's Ashes verdict | Video | Watch TV Show | Sky Sports

The oldest telephone in the world?

The above is an image of a 1,200 year old telephone as held in the Smithsonian Collection, you can read more here. But this is an excerpt:

'The gourd-and-twine device, created 1,200 to 1,400 years ago, remains tantalizingly functional—and too fragile to test out. “This is unique,” NMAI curator Ramiro Matos, an anthropologist and archaeologist who specializes in the study of the central Andes, tells me. “Only one was ever discovered. It comes from the consciousness of an indigenous society with no written language.”

We’ll never know the trial and error that went into its creation. The marvel of acoustic engineering—cunningly constructed of two resin-coated gourd receivers, each three-and-one-half inches long; stretched-hide membranes stitched around the bases of the receivers; and cotton-twine cord extending 75 feet when pulled taut—arose out of the Chimu empire at its height. The dazzlingly innovative culture was centered in the Río Moche Valley in northern Peru, wedged between the Pacific Ocean and the western Andes. “The Chimu were a skillful, inventive people,” Matos tells me as we don sterile gloves and peer into the hollowed interiors of the gourds. The Chimu, Matos explains, were the first true engineering society in the New World, known as much for their artisanry and metalwork as for the hydraulic canal-irrigation system they introduced, transforming desert into agricultural lands.'

Friday, 13 December 2013

When lady chefs talk dirty - Nigella, Delia and Kirstie

I know that I have posted this Nigella Lawson video before but with her personal life in the media spotlight I thought this would remind us all of happier erstwhile times...

And then there's Saint Delia Smith in all sorts of 1970s clothing, seems dirtier when it's Delia somehow...

And finally Kirstie Allsopp, not a patch on the other two but I know she has her fans...

The class of an Australian, in this case the Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke

"Get ready for a broken fucking arm" - What a classy chap.

The oldest living Holocaust survivor speaks, and plays the piano

The Lady in Number 6 is one of the most inspirational stories ever told. 109 year old, Alice Herz Sommer, the world's oldest pianist and oldest holocaust survivor, shares her views on how to live a long happy life. She discusses the vital importance of music, laughter and having an optimistic outlook on life. This powerfully inspirational video tells her amazing story of survival and how she managed to use her time in a Nazi concentration camp to empower herself and others with music. See the entire documentary at:

Thursday, 12 December 2013

Vile, disgusting animal cruelty in Gaza - Warning, extremely graphic video

This piece of video from Gaza of extreme cruelty to animals is simply disgusting. I couldn't watch it all the way through. I wonder how many pro-Palestinian (which really means anti-Israel or often anti-Semitic) activists will decry this video and how many will somehow blame Israel/the Jews?

Thanks to Israelly Cool for the spot.

The one hundred and sixty-seventh weekly "No shit, Sherlock" award

This week's award goes to Ruud Koopmans from the WZB Berlin Social Science Center for his research which reveals the simply amazing information that:
'Two thirds of the Muslims interviewed say that religious rules are more important to them than the laws of the country in which they live. Three quarters of the respondents hold the opinion that there is only one legitimate interpretation of the Koran.'
'No shit, Sherlock'

More on this study soon...

21 Days to Go? Now only 20...

Nigel Farage speaks the truth... and it's scary.

Never underestimate the resilience of the goat

Un groupe de chamois se fait prendre dans une avalanche au dessus du refuge du Roc de la Pêche ( - Pralognan la Vanoise. Vidéo réalisée par un de nos clients en avril 2013. Heureusement tout se termine très bien pour les chamois, ils n'ont pas d'ABS mais ils s'en sortent pas mal!!

Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Labour's top team?

That's Ed 'Fatty' Balls and Ed 'bucktoothed fool' Miliband - Our next Chancellor of the Exchequer and Prime Minister? That is a seriously scary prospect.

From Africa with love: IDF gets first female Nigerian officer

More from the apartheid state of Israel...

The United Nations, bringing the world together.

The United Nations does indeed bring the world together because however divided the world may be, there's one thing that they can agree on - it's the fault of Israel - for many this really means 'the Jews'.

UN Watch reveal that:
'According to diplomatic sources and information compiled exclusively by UN Watch, the UNGA is expected to adopt, by the close of its annual session next month, a total of 21 resolutions singling out for criticism — and 4 resolutions on the rest of the world combined. See the draft texts below.

The four that do not concern Israel are: one on Syria, a regime that has murdered 120,000 of its own people, and one each on Iran, North Korea and Myanmar.

There were will be zero UNGA resolutions on gross and systematic abuses committed by China, Cuba, Egypt, Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Zimbabwe, nor on many other major perpetrators of grave violations of human rights.'
Yet apparently I'm 'paranoid' and 'playing the anti-Semitism card' when I claim that the United Nations is institutionally anti Israel.

Fair coment on this govenment?

I tried to access a documenton the website and got this screen...

Rather apt!

Chris Patten - tick tock, tick tock - Is his time as Chairman of the BBC Trust running out?

1. Last week The Mail revealed that:
'John Bercow has criticised BBC chairman Lord Patten for refusing to be grilled by MPs about the broadcaster’s coverage of Europe.

The Commons Speaker insisted no one should consider themselves above parliamentary inspection, as he attacked Lord Patten’s refusal to answer questions from the European Scrutiny Committee.

MPs are furious that the Tory peer – and former European Commissioner – has three times turned down their request to discuss the subject of bias in the BBC’s coverage of the EU. Because he is a peer, Lord Patten cannot be forced to attend.'
Remember that like Peter Mandelson, Neil Kinnock, Leom Brittan and other ex-EU Commissioners, the payment of EU pensions is dependant on the understanding that the EU can remove this pension, if in the view of the Commission or the Luxembourg Court, they "fail to uphold the interests of the European Communities".

2. Today The Telegraph reports that:
'Lord Patten, the chairman of the BBC Trust, has warned a Conservative MP that he risks legal action if he publishes evidence calling into question the corporation's handling of the Jimmy Savile scandal.

Robert Wilson, Tory MP for Reading East, has obtained an audio recording in which the author of an independent inquiry into the scandal at the BBC reportedly undermines his own findings.

He is planning to publish the audio recording today but Lord Patten has written to him warning that he should be "weighing up the legal liabilities that might arise".

Mr Wilson accused Lord Patten of "Soviet-era behaviour" and said he was "dangerously out of touch".

Mr Wilson said: "Lord Patten’s threat to a democratically-elected Member of Parliament is almost reminiscent of something from the Soviet-era. It is chilling behaviour from the so-called public “guardian” of this country’s dominant state broadcaster.

"Lord Patten is in danger of showing contempt for the House of Commons and this country’s elected representatives. As an unelected public official in what should be an important job, he is dangerously out of touch.” '

3. Today Guido Fawkes has a headline 'BBC Bombshell Coming' and a picture of Chris Patten...

Is it bye bye Patten time? If so who will be the next Chairman of the BBC Trust and will he be any less of a Europhile? Any less anti-Israel? Any ideas?

UPDATE: Unfortunately the BBC Bombshell wasn't news that Chris Patten was resigning, Guido Fawkes has instead published the audio mentioned in 2. above. 

Tuesday, 10 December 2013

‘You are a woman, you can’t sit here’: UK Universities condones gender segregation

Gender segregation in British Universities is on the way. Would you like to guess who's behind it? Harry's Place has the grim details as the attempted Islamisation of the UK continues apace. More here

Monday, 9 December 2013

Is that really why the Labour Party raised the upper rate of tax to 50%?

The BBC confidently assert that:
'The last Labour government raised the upper tax band from 40% to 50% in 2010 in response to the recession but the coalition has since cut it to 45%.'
'in response to the recession', really? Not as a naked political gambit then?

The BBC, as always, are happy to do the Labour Party's work for them, in this brown-nosed report on a Neil Kinnock interview. That's the same Neil Kinnock whose enormous EU pension will be taxed at a lower rate than his fellow British citizens, I wonder why he's so pro-EU.

The BBC report (through gritted teeth) but still try and protect Islam, or at least denigrate Christianity.

The BBC report:
'Lee Rigby murder trial: Michael Adebolajo 'a soldier of Allah'
A man has admitted killing soldier Lee Rigby but said it was not murder because "I am a soldier of Allah" and "this is a war".

Michael Adebolajo, 28, described the killing as a "military operation".

He also told the Old Bailey he loved extremist network al-Qaeda.

The prosecution says he and Michael Adebowale, 22 - who also denies murder - rammed Fusilier Rigby with a car in Woolwich, south-east London, on 22 May, before attacking him with knives.

They are also both accused of attempting to murder a police officer and conspiracy to murder a police officer.
Under cross examination by prosecutor Richard Whittam QC, Mr Adebolajo replied "yes" when he was asked if he had killed Fusilier Rigby, describing it as a "military operation".

Fusilier Rigby's widow Rebecca left the courtroom in tears as Mr Adebolajo claimed the soldier was still moving after being hit by the car.

He refused to answer questions about how long he had planned the attack, but said he had not planned to run down Fusilier Rigby, saying "it just so happened that Allah caused him to cross in front of my car."

He described attacking Fusilier Rigby with a meat cleaver in graphic detail, and said the soldier was already dead by the time Mr Adebowale had joined him in attacking the soldier.'
 The BBC must be in hell having to report a Muslim proudly claiming that "I am a soldier of Allah" and "this is a war" in a murder trial.

What is fascinating is the BBC's choice of sub heading between 'murder a police officer' and 'Under cross examination', where the ... is above. I still can't quite believe what the BBC decided was the correct sub heading for a section mostly devoted to Michael Adebolajo's admission that he had killed Fusilier Rigby and his statement that "My religion is everything. "When I came to Islam I realised that... real success is not just what you can acquire, but really is if you make it to paradise, because then you can relax," he added. Of al-Qaeda, Mr Adebolajo said: "Al-Qaeda I consider to be Mujahideen. I love them, they're my brothers. I have never met them. I consider them my brothers in Islam."

The sub-heading that the BBC chose related to Michael Adebolajo's previous Christian upbringing which is mentioned in passing,  they chose 'Bible readings', as though the Bible had anything to do with this case. The Koran I can understand, but the BBC chose 'Bible readings'. I don't think that this was a mistake, it was someone trying to be clever.

I do also note that the BBC do not report that Michael Adebolajo also proudly said that:
"I believe the best way to conduct any act is to copy Mohammed. It was not for malice..."

"How did we not know about this, while it was happening? The only problem is, we did."

"How did we (Americans and British) not know about this (the holocaust), while it was happening? The only problem is, we did."

High School student Anna Blech with a great TED presentation asking why 'we' didn't know about the holocaust occurring in German conquered Europe. Arthur Hayes Sulzberger of the New York Times gets a bad press (pun intended).

A great articulate presentation especially as it's from someone so young.

Friday, 6 December 2013

I think I've found what I want for Christmas (NSFW) - A Rule 5 Friday video post

Glasses that see through outer clothing revealing the lingerie beneath...

It's another top drawer (pun intended) Agent Provocateur video, this one for Autumn/Winter 2013and directed by Penelope Cruz.

The 2014 World Cup Draw - First with the news (well second or third!) - England in with Uruguay, Costa Rica & Italy, opening match against Italy at 2am in the humid jungle of Manaus

Group A
1. Brazil
2. Croatia
3. Mexico
4. Cameroon

Group B
1. Spain
2. Netherlands
3. Chile
4. Australia

Group C
1. Colombia
2. Greece
3. Ivory Coast
4. Japan

Group D
1. Uruguay
2. Costa Rica
3. England
4. Italy

Group E
1. Switzerland
2. Ecuador
3. France
4. Honduras

Group F
1. Argentina
2. Bosnia and Herzegovina
3. Iran
4. Nigeria

Group G
1. Germany
2. Portugal
3. Ghana
4. USA

Group H
1. Belgium
2. Algeria
3. Russia
4. South Korea

Thursday, 5 December 2013

George Osborne puts Ed Balls in his place during the Autumn Statement today

"They can’t talk about their record because they had the biggest recession ever.
They can’t talk about the deficit because they’ve got no plan to deal with it.
He can’t talk about infrastructure and his much vaunted plan for a cross-party consensus because he was the person who tried to break the consensus on the biggest project of all.
He can’t talk about housing because there were 420,000 fewer affordable homes at the end of the Labour government.
He can’t talk about business rates because they went up 71 per cent under Labour.
He can’t talk about support for business because he wants to put taxes up on business.
He can’t ask about standing up to the powerful because this is the week they caved in to the trade unions.
He can’t ask about jobs because he wants more jobs taxes.
And he can’t ask about banking and financial services because the person they hired to advise them was the Reverend Flowers."

All pretty undeniable...

How Israel treats Palestinian Prisoners

The evil Israeli bastards ...

Tyres are important, especially in the winter

Well worth watching, no? Another odd Japanese video.

Jenny Tonge at it again

Trending Central report that:
'She (Jenny Tonge) asks in a written parliamnetary question today:
Baroness Tonge: to ask Her Majesty’s Government what recent discussions they have held with other European countries about opening dialogue with Hamas; and what steps they will take to promote dialogue between Hamas and the Palestinian Authority.
Jenny Tonge is the Liberal Democrat who in March 2009 met Hamas leader Khaled Meshal in Syria and described him as “shrewd, plausible and actually very likeable”. During that visit she also had a meeting with Ramadan Shalah, the head of Islamic Jihad. Both of these organisations deliberately and indiscriminately fire rockets into civilian areas of Israel, sometimes even hitting their own (Palestinian) people.

The Autumn Statement, Ed Balls' response

Could Ed Balls get any redder in the face? Maybe he'll explode with fake indignation, we can but hope.

A comfortable life on welfare

This confessional is from the USA but the same situation pertains in the UK too.

If dogs could feed themselves...

Cute video of dogs, dogs and dogs.

Wednesday, 4 December 2013

Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Setting up a password - NSFW language

This story is allegedly about setting up a password on the Obamacare website but it could apply to so many sytsems...

I decided to go on line to sign up for Obamacare.  The first thing you need to do is establish a password, so this is what happened.... 

"You must enter a password to proceed."

"Sorry, too few characters."
-pretty roses

"Sorry, you must use at least one numerical character."
-1 pretty rose

"Sorry, you cannot use blank spaces."

"Sorry, you must use at least 10 different characters."

"Sorry, you must use at least one upper case character."

"Sorry, you cannot use more than one upper case character consecutively."

"Sorry, you must use no fewer than 20 total characters."


"Sorry, you cannot use punctuation."


"Sorry, that password is already taken."

Monday, 2 December 2013

The out of control British state - The Commentator

' In an exclusive to the Telegraph, it is being reported that social services in the county of Essex obtained a court order forcibly to sedate a pregnant woman, surgically remove her child from her womb by caesarean section, take the baby into care and put it up for adoption.

The woman, an Italian citizen who was in the UK on a training course, wasn't even told that the procedure was going to happen to her. She was whisked off to hospital one day, drugged up, and awoke to find that the baby that had been growing inside her for 9 months had simply disappeared.'

What a country we live on, power crazed burocrats run our lives and want more power.