Sunny, warmish and damp at the Castle this morn, there was some sky water over the dark thing and more is expected later.
The study is filling up nicely with no-go computers and I carried out even more vandalism on the garden yestermorn.
Been to Tesco on the stale bread, gruel and Pussy food run, I purchased one of those “fake” pounds so that I could use the trolleys, but they only seemed to come in twos, so I ended up with a basket-again....
A touch late today, the elbow is now locked and to be honest I can’t be arsed....
Not a lot of “interesting” stuff in the media this Monday, but apparently French dwarf Sarkozy had a bit of a pop at U-Turn Cam over the Euro debacle-do I give a toad’s todger-no...
It seems that the leader of the Piss Poor Policies Millionaires Club Coalition is going to demand more British control over employment and social laws in return for supporting a new European treaty to shore up the single currency.
And next week U-Turn Cam is going to solve the problems with the economy by feeding the whole of the country with five loaves and a fish-or three........
As well as a sophisticated information and communication strategy designed to 'sell' the EU and its political message, the EU also spends billions of Euros a year on efforts to engender a common European culture and citizenship, with the explicit aim of increasing people's attachment to the EU project.
The EU pours hundreds of millions of Euros a year into think-tanks and lobby groups which promote its policies and campaign for further EU integration, and many of its efforts are directed very deliberately at young people.
Rent a Crimbo tree, people will be able to “rent” Christmas trees under a scheme that aims to reduce the number of cut trees which are thrown away every January.
The hire scheme provides people with a pruned and potted Christmas tree for the festive period, before it is collected in the new-year and replanted to be rented out the following Christmas.
Once the tree grows too big for homes, it will be planted in sites including schools and nursing homes, where it will absorb a tonne of carbon, according to the Little Tree Company.
Figures suggest some six million real Christmas trees are dumped after the festive season each year, only 10 per cent of which are recycled for composting and wood chipping with the rest ending up in landfill.
A TV producer checking out reports of wild turkeys bullying a peaceful neighbourhood east of California's capital city is herself chased by a gobbler taking no prisoners.
Well. What did the dozy mare expect?
Cheese has is now classed as a “high-risk food” due to the rate of theft, Sky News reports.
In the UK, almost £5 million of cheese has been stolen in the last year.
Allegedly, a large percentage of thefts from stores are by the workers, at almost 40 per cent.
The most commonly stolen items from supermarkets after cheese are razorblades, alcohol, coffee and CD’s and DVD’s.
That’s it: I’m orf to update Google reader
And today’s thought: "The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them." - Albert Einstein