There’s been so many good and naughty boys and girls this week that it has been difficult keeping the number of entries to a manageable level. Here we go then, gold stars for some and detention for the rest…
The Paralympic crowd, Doctor Who, The quack muzzle, Red Headed Women, Garth Crooks, Dion Dublin, Children’s beauty pageants, George Osborne, Steven Gerrard and Vladimir Putin – are you ‘Up on the Boardwalk‘ or ‘Down in the Sewer‘?
The Paralympic crowd
Well done to the Paralympic crowd that had the gall and bottle to stand up, to be heard, by booing members of our parliament. These members of parliament who use events like this for a bit of reflected glory. My favourite tweet was, “Why did 80,000 people boo George Osborne? Because that’s the maximum capacity of the Olympic Stadium.” I hope that these same people give their support to Pussy Riot who made a similar gesture in Russia against President Putin and got jailed for their beliefs.
So glad to see the good Doctor back on our screens. Matt Smith is now growing on me as the Doctor, a fine British actor, whose skills and talents are developing before our very eyes. Looking forward to watching last nights episode tonight after the sun goes down, more to the delights of my TiVo than time travel. “Dinosaurs on a spaceship” – you better believe it!
The quack muzzle
Now, if you have a pet dog that is a bit vicious with strangers, and has to be muzzled, then surely it is your responsibility to give us all a laugh as recompense. Buy your dog a quack muzzle, go on, you know you want to…
Source: The quack muzzle
Red Headed Women
Move over all you blondes, brunettes and mousy coloured females and form an orderly queue to gaze upon the beauty of the red headed women. How I would have loved to be at this annual festival in Holland in which about 1,400 redheads from 52 countries take part in the festivities
Garth Crooks’s team of the week
I’m sure that Garth Crooks is doing this on purpose as no-one can really be that lacking in insight in their supposed field of knowledge and expertise. On the weekend that West Bromwich Albion beat Everton 2-0 and retained their position as third in the premier league, Garth Crooks failed to name one Albion player in his team of the week. This against an Everton team who had not lost in 11 or 12 games and thereselves having a great start to the season. So here we are again, for the third week running, stand up and take a bow, head honcho of the knobheads, Garth Crooks!!
Source: Garth Crooks’s team of the week
…and still on the football theme we have Dion Dublin. I have had the misfortune to have met Dion Dublin a couple of times, an extremely arrogant man, a very average footballer, who is totally self-absorbed in his narcissist view of himself. Hey, lets not be pre-judgemental on the man. On Match Of The Day Mr. Dublin awarded goal of the month to a very average effort by Robin Van Persie instead of the cracking goal by Albion’s Zoltan Gera – a goal that everybody else in the studio voted for. This wouldn’t have anything to do with the fact that Mr. Dublin once played for Manchester United, who Van Persie now plays for, and he also played for Aston Villa, who are the Baggies arch-nemesis? Nah, surely not!
Children’s beauty pageants
This is so wrong! How can mothers allow their children to be made up like painted dolls, brainwash them into wearing “Sexy” clothes so that they look like tiny femme fatale prostitutes, and then parade them for all the paedophiles in this sad world of ours to salivate over?
George Osborne had the brass neck to turn up at the Paralympics to present medals after cutting disability benefits. Is it any wonder that he was booed by the knowledable British public.
Here we go again. The rhetoric has begun already. Steven Gerrard believes that England are going to win the next world cup. I’m not even going to comment on this – I’ll leave that to you dear readers.
…and talking about Pussy Riot, guess which world leader has 20 homes, 43 private jets, 15 helicopters, 4 luxury yachts and 700 cars? Seems fair enough to me!