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Farage calls for Million Bigot March

Extreme right-wing political activist, Nigel Farage, has announced plans to stage a march on The Houses of Parliament at the end of the month to protest against what he sees as a softening of government resolve to bring about a so-called, ‘Hard Brexit’ 143 more words

Humour

The pigeon traveller

Met a pigeon on the tube
on the Metropolitan line
Wondered where he might be going
at this rather early time
Several stations sprang to mind… 38 more words

Poetry

Manners maketh a Security Man

Never mess with a depressed GOW who is leaving glorious sun-soaked weather for the rain-soaked UK.

The three of us were going through security at Faro Airport this morning and it was not exceptionally busy by their standards, so it was a surprise when a young jobs-worth security guy tells me that I can’t follow the rest of the family in the same poor-excuse-of-a-queue. 298 more words

Life

7 Ways To Tell If A Movie Is Crap (plus one more)

I’ve walked out of only two movies in my life: Roman Polanski’s Macbeth and You’ve Got Mail.  (I’ll just let that sink in for a minute.)  Anyway, it’s not that I’ve endured that many bad movies; it’s just that, over the years, I’ve learned how to pick ’em.    591 more words

Humor

A child's keen sense of humour

The boss wondered why one of employees was absent but hadn’t phoned in sick. He phoned his home and a child answered.

‘Is your daddy home?’ ‘ 144 more words

Humour

The Art of Blogging (Bullshit-Free Edition)

I wrote this as a counter to one of the most unintentionaly hilarious, misguided, and pretentious pieces of old bollocks it has ever been my misfortune to encounter in the language of Shakespeare. 67 more words

Humour

He can’t possibly mean it, can he? – 16th February 2000

Wednesday 16th I saw a bit more of Jake today than I did yesterday. The more I see him, the more I like him! I saw him 1st at morning break and then at the end of lunch. 586 more words

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