Wednesday, 21 February 2018

And dafter . . .

The new head of the Financial Conduct Authority had to cough up over one-hundred grand to the Income Tax over a dodgy tax-avoidance scheme. That’s sure to send the right message to the spivs in the money business.

Just when you thought things couldn’t get dafter . . .

Nutters contacting the police because their local KFC outlet doesn’t have any chicken? Welcome to Snoflake World.

Tuesday, 20 February 2018

We’re all gonna die!!

Daft stories from the EU No. 993: Following Brexit, when the UK is no longer subject to the silly rules that the EU’s pillocracy dreams up, everyone in Britain will get cancer.

Blob-stopper

Oh, dear. The Prime Minister wants to give the chop to public funding for degree courses in weird non-academic subjects, which no one thinks are worth the paper they’re written on. That should make her popular with luvvies and members of The Blob.

Monday, 19 February 2018

Labour is at it again

The Labour party is pretending to be a jolly fun outfit as it plots its strategy for the next general election. But the same messages are coming out, like: “We live in an unfair society.” Translation: ‘I want someone else to pay my way.’

Not a credible threat?

You can see the Florida FBI’s point to some extent. A disruptive kid says he’s going to be a professional school shooter. But who’s going to pay him to do something like that so that he can claim professional status?

History unfolding

We watched a recording of the Super Bowl highlights again last night, and the Eagles won again, which was great to watch. The biggest cheer of the night came when the defence sacked Brady in the last few minutes of the 4th quarter, setting up the historic win. Sometimes, the good guys do win.