Saturday, January 31, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
Friday, January 30, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
CC your MP
Why wait till June? CC your MP now
MP email address list
Dear Aisha, loved the avongard description
do you want to fuck?
Have you got a garden?
Better still, buy a pig and a shotgun
It really is that bad
You have been warned
EU jobs for EU workers
"Arbeit macht frei"
Now shut up Comrades and pay your union subs
Peace be upon him
Senior manager Debbie Butler sent an email to staff, informing them of a plan to bring in a priest to rid the hospital of paranormal activity.
She wrote: "I'm not sure how many of you are aware that some members of staff have reported seeing a ghost.
"I'm taking it seriously as it is affecting some members of staff and the last thing I want is staff feeling uneasy at work. I don't want to scare anyone any more than necessary, but felt it was best I made you all aware of the situation and what we are doing about it.
Just hope it isn't the ghost of ward porter Mohamed Patel (PBH)
Thursday, January 29, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
With overall temperatures in December and January between 1C (34F) and 1.5C (35F) below average and a freezing start to February looking likely it will have been the coldest winter for 13 years.
Gordon Brown is expected to say it is a global problem started in America
Wednesday, January 28, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
It's not funny anymore
The IMF's World Economic outlook shows that the UK is set for the worst recession of any developed nation this year, with GDP falling faster than at any other time since the Second World War. The IMF are also predicting the recovery will be much slower than many other countries, with GDP rising by just 0.2 per cent next year.
I am on the edge. Gordon Brown is fucked, the economy is fucked, we are all fucked
Tuesday, January 27, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
Fatwa on British Democracy
Barely had the invitation been sent to all the members of the House when Lord Ahmed threatened JIHAD on the House of Parliament. He threatened to mobilize 10,000 Muslims to prevent Mr. Wilders from entering the House and threatened to take the colleague who was organizing the event to court. The result is that the event, which should have taken place next Thursday was cancelled.
Lord Ahmed immediately went to the Pakistani press to boast about his achievement, which he calls “a victory for the Muslim community.”
A victory for the Muslim community, but a defeat for British democracy.
Monday, January 26, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
Apples to Apples
Each player is dealt seven "red apple" cards; on each is printed a noun or noun phrase (such as "Money", "Legislation", "The House of Lords", "Brown envelope" "Peter Snape", etc.).
The judge (a chosen player) draws a "green apple" card on which is printed an adjective ("crooked", "sleazy", "corrupted", etc.), and places it face-up on the table. From amongst their red-apple cards, each player (except the judge) chooses a card that they think is the best match for the green apple card, and places it face-down. The judge shuffles the red apple cards, reads them (often aloud), and decides which noun is the best match for the adjective. The player who submitted that red apple card wins the round, and takes the green apple card to signify the win. All players then draw red cards until they have seven again, and the role of "judge" may pass to another person (generally going to the next player in line, though some rules have the round's winner becoming "judge"). Some editions of the game suggest discounting the last red-apple card played, to encourage players to place their cards down more quickly.
The judge's decision is completely subjective; the official rules encourage the judge to pick the match that is "most creative, humorous or interesting". Some might think it humorous if "Lord Moonie" is played for "totally honest" or "uncoruptable", and might give that player the point. However, what is funny and what is not is a subjective matter, and judges therefore might not give a player a point for a card that is, for them, not amusing, but simply untrue (eg. Labour Party for "trustworthy"). Cards that start with "My" apply to the judge: a card that reads "My wealth" would be based on the judge's wealth, rather than the wealth of the person who played the card (who, in any case, should be anonymous).
The winner is the first player to accumulate a pre-designated number of green-apple cards; the more players, the lower the total.
10 years ago, Apples to Apples was named "Party Game of the Year"
Sunday, January 25, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
LABOUR peers Lord Moonie, Lord Truscott, Lord Snape and Lord Taylor of Blackburn are prepared to accept fees of up to £120,000 a year to amend laws in the House of Lords on behalf of business clients, a Sunday Times investigation has found.
Dog bites man
Mann made global warming
In the Sunday Telegraph today, Christopher Booker reveals that Michael Mann is also behind the much-publicised claim, broadcast last week by the impartial BBC, that Antarctica, the world's coldest continent, is warming up
Saturday, January 24, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
Dummy for Dummies
Thursday, January 22, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
defence of life or property.
Vote New Labour, you know it makes sense
However, We could return to the wise laws of our ancestors, under which a person could walk into a gun shop and, without showing a licence or any form of identification, buy as many guns and as much ammunition as he pleased, and could keep these at home, or carry them about in public, for the defence of his life or property.
Wednesday, January 21, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
These charities are usually brought to our attention through interviews in the mainstream media (MSM) in which they support the position of the government that funds them.
Go take a look
Sunday, January 18, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
The air we breathe
The YouGov poll of more than 2,000 people, carried out online on Thursday and Friday, shows a sharp jump in the Conservative lead over the past month. The Tories are now on 45%, 13 points ahead of Labour’s 32%, with the Liberal Democrats on 14%.
The air we breathe is a mixture of gases including nitrogen 78.08%, oxygen 20.95%, water 1%, argon 0.93%, carbon dioxide 0.038% and trace gases. Each day as we take about 26,000 breaths that means we inhale around 3,080 gallons (24,640 pints) of air.
Thursday, January 15, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
She was asked on the ITV Lunchtime News yesterday when she believed that the UK could expect to see “green shoots” and replied: “I am seeing a few green shoots, but it’s a little bit too early to say exactly how they’d grow.”
Downing Street defended her, saying that some companies were “expanding their workforces”.
Lady Vadera’s comments came as Barclays announced that it was to cut 2,100 UK jobs, Jaguar Land Rover said it was losing 450 staff and administrators of the music chain Zavvi announced that it would close a further 18 stores, with the loss of 353 jobs.
Monday, January 12, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
Sunday, January 11, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
Google ……….“energy saving tips”
Humm......Masturbation makes you breath faster; the problem is not the increased oxygen taken in rather the main problem is the extra carbon dioxide (CO2) removed from the body with each breath.
Saturday, January 10, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
Read my mind arsole!
It's all Sassenach's to me
Thursday, January 08, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
What is it? In short, quantitative easing is a central banking policy tool used when the rate of interest falls so close to zero that further reductions are impossible or have no effect in stimulating the economy. It means the Bank of England creates money out of thin air, and uses it to buy government securities, although it reality it could be used to buy anything.
Done by any other person, it would be known as "counterfeiting", but that Ladies and Gentlemen is the very nature of the Bank of England today.
Why it won’t work
Today gold sells for about £560 per ounce. Now suppose that an alchemist solves the oldest problem of all by turning iron ore into gold at very little cost. Moreover, his invention is widely publicised and scientifically verified, and he announces his intention to begin massive production of gold within days. What would happen to the price of gold?
Presumably, an unlimited supply of cheap gold would cause the market price of gold to plummet. Indeed, if the market for gold is to any degree efficient, the price of gold would collapse immediately after the announcement of the invention, even before the alchemist had produced and marketed a single ounce
So, what has this got to do with Bank of England monetary policy?
Like gold, the £pound only has a value to the extent that they are strictly limited in supply. But the UK government has a technology, called a printing press that allows it to produce as many £pounds as it wishes at virtually no cost. By increasing the number of £pounds in circulation, or even by credibly threatening to do so, the UK government can also reduce the value of the £pound in terms of goods and services, which is equivalent to raising the prices of those goods and services.
We can now conclude that, under a paper-money system, printing more money will create greater spending and hence hyperinflation.
Excess liquidity = quantitative easing.
Tuesday, January 06, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
In the style of Butler
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Read more at Eureferendum
Monday, January 05, 2009Feel free to copy, there is no copyright on an anoneumouse montage.
UK donor organs for European Union patients
However, following a Freedom of Information request made by a Sunday newspaper and reported in the Telegraph, 40 British NHS donors organs were transplanted into European Union patients over the past two years.
Time 4 Change