Why Conspiracy Theorists are Dangerous!

Posted on April 5, 2020

Have a look at the picture above (I took it this evening). I originally thought that it was an impressive kind of cirrus cloud. However, on closer inspection, I have it on good authority from no one of consequence, that it is Covid 19 droplets. They were released by a Chinese 5G network in a bid to zombify us all and shut down the economy. Bullshit of course, but not dissimilar to some of the nonsense you can read on websites hosted by whack ...

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Can Starmer Revitalise Labour?

Posted on April 4, 2020

Due to the current circumstances, Keir Starmer has become opposition leader under the radar. This may well suit him. As the government muddles through cock up after cock up, it could be good timing too.I am still learning about Starmer, but as the son of a tool maker and a nurse, he is hardly the London elitist some of the bitter Corbynistas are already labelling him. As one of five children he went to state school before studying law at ...

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Footballers Copping the Stick in a Crisis

Posted on April 3, 2020

One thing you can be certain of in life is this. When a government is on the brink of a crisis that involves lack of funding, footballers will get it in the neck. This of course, is because footballers earn extraordinary amounts of money and the elite hate them for that. They also know it is easy to turn footballers into the enemy. There are a lot of jealous people out there, who are easy pickings. Picking on footballers is vintage distrac...

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The English Game – Netflix

Posted on March 31, 2020

I have just completed the Netflix drama, ‘The English Game’. I did this with some ease. In isolation, when the dog is walked, there is little else to do in the evenings other than watch TV or write blogs. The English Game is a six-part drama about the birth of football as a professional game in England and features a cast of actors which annoy the shit out of you. This is because you get yourself all worked up trying to remember what you ...

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Week One of Lockdown!

Posted on March 28, 2020

Well, that was a fascinating week of ups and downs. We are now firmly locked into the Coronavirus crisis and everyone from amateurs, to experts, must sit back and watch where we are heading. By week three of the lockdown, the answers will be there. Whether they are the answer we need or want, remains to be seen. What I do know is that because a government is struggling under the weight of it all, it doesn’t mean that blind support should ...

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