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It truly is amazing what….

…..Twenty-odd Million dollars will buy. You can buy a Sunseeker cruising yacht; you can hire a private island in the Seychelles for three years; you are able to make a substantial downpayment on a private Lear jet: or you can influence the voting of an entire country by funding a huge advert campaign to persuade an entire nation that allowing homosexuals to ‘marry‘ is a ‘good thing’

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Newsflash: You’re Grandstanding With Taxpayer Money, Not Your Own…

May 24, 2015 3 Comments
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…just like all socialists: In a plot twist worthy of a Nordic Noir serial, the Lord Mayor of Copenhagen has dented Ryanair’s plans to make a killing with its new base in the Danish capital. Frank Jensen, a Social Democrat who has been the city’s Lord Mayor for five years, has banned staff from flying with Ryanair while on official business – even if it means paying much more on…

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Tell it like it is.

You will feel sorry if a complete stranger commits suicide by stepping in front of a seven-hundred ton train moving at 95 m.p.h., even if his self-serving death impacts on your life only through a delay to your travel plans. You are not allowed to state your mind, if you are of the belief that the suicide didn’t want to live any more, to voice this opinion, in public, as…

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Like following the Pied Piper to destruction

May 24, 2015 5 Comments
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Like following the Pied Piper to destruction

There are many ways to come at this and different levels at which the damage can be seen. Leviticus 18:22: Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination. The first is the purely religious, the article of faith and this is summed up in that quote and in what I wrote at the other place: This has nothing to do with opinion, it has nothing to…

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Australeurovision 2015

May 23, 2015 3 Comments
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Australeurovision 2015

Eurovision has nothing to do with a super-serious site such as OoL, so here’s a piece on this evening’s Eurovision: Here are the finalists for you to brush up on, youtubes at the end of the link. Maybe you could run the summary below here in a tab while watching the songs go by: 1. Slovenia – nice song, nothing special. 2. France – only the French could like it.…

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Miracle; or fortuitous planning?

Miracle; or fortuitous planning?

One of the foremost pivotal points in the history of Great Britain was the semi-miraculous recovery of 338,226 British and Free French soldiers from the beaches, moles and bombed and smoking piers of Dunkirk harbour in late May and early June 1940 . The leaders of a stricken Britain had attempted, hopelessly they thought; to rescue the shattered remnants of a beaten British Expeditionary Force  before they were either killed…

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Well, There’s A Shocker!

May 22, 2015 7 Comments
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I mean, that it isn’t science or engineering students whinging about this, it’s the ‘B’ Ark Studies crowd: Nadia Ayed, 21, a psychology student at Cambridge who signed the petition, says the practice fosters a competitive attitude towards education. “Many individuals will find it distressing, and it can induce negative psychological effects, such as lower self-esteem, shame and anxiety, which hugely affect wellbeing.” Ayed says the system also encourages competitiveness,…

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Fairs fair!

‘Troubled’ footballer wins equivalent of 2009 X 10kg kegs of Stella. ‘Gazza’ stated, “I deserved it, my Piracy, sorry my Priority; no, that should have been Privacy was  disturbed, and I feel rectified, or summat similar; like, Hawaaay the Lads: have another one; Man! .” Band-wagon scramblers, dozens of whom have never been heard of before, tell how devastated they were not to be included in phone-hacking stories. The Labour…

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WAP

May 22, 2015 1 Comment
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Of all the things which have come through to the inbox in the past 12 hours or so, from the fascinating to the banal, from the sane to the lunatic, none was more stupid and at the same time evil as a seemingly innocuous development called WAP. Yes, WAP.  If you’re not a blogger, if you have no domain, this is not for you.  If you do blog, then this…

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Lofty Labour

May 21, 2015 5 Comments
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The Conservatives are repositioning themselves as the party of the working class. Forty-three per cent of David Cameron’s new cabinet members were educated at state or faith schools, up from 21% in the first Coalition cabinet in 2010. Among them: – Priti Patel (Witham) attended Watford Grammar School for Girls and the University of Keele. Her parents were newsagents. She is the Minister of State for Employment. – Greg Clark…

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