Dumb, stupid, stilted and stolen …

Monday, June 13th, 2011
Wikipedia: today's stone age

Wikipedia: today's stone age

Wikipedia is mostly stolen content, paragraphs of text cut&paste from books of years gone by. The editors there can do no better, all they are allowed to do is copy the words of others, and due to copyright concerns the ones stolen from ought to be dead a long time ago. As a result the most favoured works are centuries old, and sometimes you come across a gems like this from the 18th century:

  1. Birch rifled the bishop’s palace and afterwards took up his habitation there until the Restoration.

Wikipedia Talking Shite

Saturday, June 11th, 2011
Faecal staining wiki style

Fecal staining wiki style

How does wikipedia get stained with crap? One fecal stain at a time.

Nick Clegg Comes Clean

Sunday, March 13th, 2011

Nick Clegg Q&A 12, originally uploaded by Liberal Democrats.

Liberal Democrat leader “No Shit Sherlock” tells his spring part conference that:

“I haven’t been kidnapped by David Cameron,” … “I haven’t changed one bit.”

so now they know, what the rest of us havbe known for years, that back in 2007 they elected a carpetbagging cunt to lead them.

Wrong snow on tracks ….

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

Karnak Temple Complex

Bad weather to blame for poor the economic recovery.

So says George Osborne the Government Turkey in Chief.

The Nasty Party Rears its head.

Friday, November 19th, 2010

Lord Young of Graffham, c2000, originally uploaded by LSE Library.

Same old Tories, same old smarmy bastards.

Clegg discovers how to suck

Monday, May 10th, 2010

Long straw not needed.

No more jollies for you mate

Friday, April 9th, 2010

Benjamin Netanyahu – World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Davos 2009, originally uploaded by World Economic Forum.

See when you act illegally towards those you have responsibility for, and also manage to piss off the world’s leaders, and your allies it becomes increasingly difficult to leave ones country without fear of being arrested, or from getting asked awkward questions. All of a sudden one finds one’s self sulking, hiding at home, and all alone.

Just ask Mugabe and Burmese leaders.

Lord ‘Mendacity’ pledges …

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

that the legality of the drug mephedrone will be examined “very speedily, very carefully” following the deaths of two teenagers.

Whilst at it he may like to examine why it is that a report on the drug is delayed … Oh that’s right its because his colleague

Home Secretary Alan Johnson hard at work

the Minister for ‘Hookar Smoking’ sacked the chairman of the Drug Advisory Council and the working party committee resigned in protest.

Identity and Passport Service has ‘custom built’ its own database

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

Hillier, Minister at the Department for Work and Pension’s, said that the controversial ID scheme has ‘Jerry built’ three databases. “There is the one that holds the fingerprints and facial image, the biometric data, and then the other information which is broadly what is on your passport already and the third bit is the one that links the two,” she said.

In most system this would be separate tables in one database; not three separate databases. Is it any wonder that Governement employees are busily dumping data from database onto data sticks, which they then lose?

She also said that what was important about the identity card was the chip and suggested that in the future it may be possible to install the chip in another device. I suggest that we chip all MPs and RFID tag them too. If after 50 years we can see a decrease in MP criminality we can consider rolling it out to the larger population.

Story from Kable.

Tehran 27th December 2009

Sunday, December 27th, 2009

Ashura, originally uploaded by United4Iran.

Whether it is in the name of Huitzilopochtli, Jesus, Jehovah, or Mohammed, theocracies have been some of the most oppressive and reactionary States this world has ever known. Killing your citizens is an act of cowardice. Doing so in the name of religion is irreligious.

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