Jamie Gillan from Inverness made the Browns 2019 roster cut; we have a starter. I’m buzzing about the season now for the first time! I asked the guy a totally trivial question earlier. Given the magnitude of what’s just happened Continue reading The Scottish Hammer
My wife mentioned the gift she’d left for me in the top of the kitchen cupboard. Due to the length of time I’ve been on the Internet, I quite naturally parsed what she said incorrectly.
Earlier this afternoon we arrived home from our week away in a farm cottage between Bridgnorth and Ironbridge, within an area promoted as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. I bought a cheap souvenir anvil which is, though predating the Continue reading Anvil
Headline: McDonald’s paper straws cannot be recycled The BBC is currently reporting on a story ‘broken’ by The Sun, that McDonalds straws cannot be recycled. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-49234054 Buried deep within the article, the revelation that the materials are recyclable, but McDonalds Continue reading Last straw
Dear: Prime Minister, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Secretary of State for Transport. What progress is being made in developing the United Kingdom’s electric vehicle charging station Continue reading In charge
Someone told Dominic Raab that Russia is developing secret missiles that can strike European capitals including LONDON. Unprecedented, naah. Raab, he’s no Gavin Williamson. In past news, someone told Dominic Raab that Great Britain is surrounded by sea. Details, details.
This morning I experienced a revelatory moment, a realisation a thing we will all take for granted was foreseen. My boss is collecting green plastic milk bottle tops for a hospital charity drive, the caps from white plastic bottles of Continue reading Milk bottle top
Action on UK child poverty? Don’t make me laugh. There isn’t any focus on it in the UK; poor people are irrelevant to each iteration of the nasty party government since… I was going to say since 2010, but I’m Continue reading Child poverty action
Not happy. It’s been a poor week for me politically. First, my choice of LibDem candidate wasn’t elected by a wide margin, beaten by someone who cannot bring themselves to expose the nasty party for what they were in coalition, Continue reading Al (aw bollocks)
I should have waited a day before committing to my first sequel; this excellent Independent article, for me, calls it as Al’s preemptive attempt at damage limitation: https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/boris-johnson-cabinet-patel-davis-mogg-no-deal-brexit-a9015556.html Of course it could be the people mentioned are indeed the very Continue reading Al (the second sequel)