Friday, December 31, 2010

TV and dips. That's how we roll NYE style in the RW household.
Goodbye 2010. You've been good to the four of us. Hope 2011 can deliver more of the same.

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Really enjoying Take That - The Circus on itv right now. I'm not even ashamed.

Monday, December 27, 2010

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas everyone. Stockings were opened an hour ago. Just about time to go downstairs and see what else Santa brought.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Just received my 7-day trial order from glasses direct. Predictably, it's the most expensive ones that I like best.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Thursday, December 09, 2010

Wilson died peacefully this morning. In his short, happy life he worked his way into the heart of everyone he met.
Wilson died peacefully this morning. In his short, happy life he worked his way into the hearts of everyone he met.

Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Very worried about little Wilson. At the vets' on IVs and waiting to see whether he'll need risky surgery.

Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Sunday, December 05, 2010

If I were a paedo, a great way to attract kids to my profile would be to change my pic to one of a cartoon character. Just saying...

Saturday, December 04, 2010

Fank you Stacey. You've been ace #imaceleb
C'mon Stacey, you lovely Jar-Jar Binks lookalike, you. And Shaun, you're still a legend #imaceleb

Thursday, December 02, 2010

Football Association accused of being corrupt gangsters awards World Cup to Country accused of being corrupt gangsters. Who'd a thunkit?

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Feeling quite Christmassy. Not like me at all. Bah humbug and all that.

Monday, November 29, 2010

Mon the Biff. Stunning. #biffyclyro
Reckon Obama should respond to the wikileaks revelation with Gary's speech for Team America - D*cks, P*ssies and *ssholes.

Sunday, November 28, 2010

"I don't want Britt to go." = "I wanted Gillian to go." #imaceleb
They should get them to put Iceland food in their mouths without throwing up. There's a challenge. #imaceleb
Nice one kayla. Too. many. jokes. #imaceleb
Team America. Perfect Sunday evening viewing after a tiring Saturday.

Friday, November 26, 2010

Ryder going raging bull all over a snake's ass. Hard b*stard #imacelebrity
Watching last night's #imacelebrity - how ace is Stacey?

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Didn't even realise aggro was still in. Who voted for him? #imacelebrity

Saturday, November 20, 2010

How ace is Stacey? Air of dimness, but with impeccable logic #imacelebrity
Gillian's not even vaguely funny any more. Just f*cking annoying. #imacelebrity

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Not exactly brand new, but I have to say that I absolutely love Jonsi - Go. Beautifully happy.
Just finished Return of the Jedi w the kids. That's all SW saga done 4 1st time. Nath turned to me and asked if we can watch them all again.

Monday, November 08, 2010

Sunday, November 07, 2010

Thanks to @villagepig for finally curing my post-bug lack of appetite. Sunday dinner was spectacularly good.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Inception was incredible. Potentially silly idea done absolutely brilliantly.

Monday, October 25, 2010

We're both missing the kids a lot. Life without them is very easy, but very empty too.

Friday, October 22, 2010

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

My kids are painfully literal. Makes watching Jeremy Clarkson an exhausting experience.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Saturday, October 09, 2010

Friday, October 08, 2010

Been around for years. Ships of the desert. Looks like we got the titanic.

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Monday, October 04, 2010

Joy. On child watching duty thanks to encounter between Tommy and wall. Tommy appears to have golf ball on forehead. Not sure how wall is.

Sunday, October 03, 2010

To paraphrase Carl Sagan: "In the vastness of space and the immensity of time, it is my joy to share
a planet and an epoch with Amy"

Saturday, October 02, 2010

Watched Shrek Forever After with the family. Cried. Daren't think what would happen if I watched Toy Story 3.

Friday, October 01, 2010

Replacement iPod exhibiting same problem as original. What to do, eh?

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Still can't shake this fsckin' cough. Really starting to pee me off now.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Kids seem very happy in the new school so far. And by uncle john looking after them this week.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Spent the night with Wilson. Very affectionate, but so demanding.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

We're either like a third world country or one where atheism is growing. We can't be both.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Sunday, September 12, 2010

At what point - as a parent - do you end the weekend _less_ tired than when you started it?

Sunday, September 05, 2010

Just cooked ouef avec frites a la blumenthal. Best chips ever, can recommend the recipe.

Friday, September 03, 2010

There are few things as entertaining as House talking to Wilson.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

There's no feeling quite like your kids wolfing down what you've just cooked for them - even if it's just egg and chips.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

When on holiday (esp. camping) with small kids do u: (a) stick 2 their bedtimes (b) loosen bedtimes a little or (c) let them stay up 2 9/10?

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Back after a slightly shortened holiday thanks to geordie knobheads. Still had a nice time, but knackered from mammoth drive.

Sunday, August 08, 2010

Finally getting around to reading "bad science" (much later than I should have). All I can say is, wow! Should on the national curriculum.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Monday, July 26, 2010

Very cool show. Nice when tv is done with such enthusiasm. #sherlock

Sunday, July 25, 2010

You could tell Hayward was gonna go. He already looks like he's played by Michael Sheen.
It's a good job they don't name whirlwinds, or jimmy white would be sh!tting himself right now.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

The poo lady has really shot herself in the foot. @gillianmckeith (not Dr) #youarewhatyoutweet

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

*bugger* just swallowed the stone out of a plum. Not a good idea for someone like me :(

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Right result in the end. As much as I like #ned, #esp were much better and only spoiling prevented them scoring earlier. #worldcup
Would love #ned to win, but #esp look really strong. Who knows in this #worldcup ?
I'd pay good money for Special Agent Oso to die in a horrific jet pack "accident".

Friday, July 09, 2010

Wednesday, July 07, 2010

Shame. First #ger side that i've ever liked. Come on #ned in the final. #worldcup
My God. I'm willing #ger on. What's going on? #worldcup
This could be good. First proper test for #ger. #esp playing a team that can tackle well and can hit hard on the break. Rubs hands #worldcup
Danni Minogue has named her son Ethan Edward Smith. How refreshing (I assume the father is called Smith, otherwise she's gone too far)
Switched the light off at half past ten last night. Why do I feel like sh1t?

Tuesday, July 06, 2010

Shocking refereeing at the end. How much added time was he adding. Arse #ned #worldcup
Cool. Dream #ned #ger final, hopefully. #worldcup
Looked offside to me, but when it's 50/50 i'd rather it went in the striker's favour. Consistency would be nice. #ned #worldcup
And another beauty! #uru #worldcup
Fantastic goal! #ned #worldcup

Monday, July 05, 2010

Ignore my previous update. It was utter bollocks. I blame @bengoldacre
Today is the day that Marty McFly travelled to when he went 25 years into the future. HT @bengoldacre (@tommcfly)

Saturday, July 03, 2010

Can't picture anything but a #ned #ger final. But then I thought #bra would lift the trophy and #eng would get to the semis. #worldcup
Ok, this is just mental now. #worldcup
And the pendulum swings. #worldcup
Pen for #par. Tasty. #worldcup
Still waiting for #spn to start. #par are bossing it at the moment. #worldcup
Exhausted. Three good but very energetic kids. Mummy and Daddy time now.
Absolutely awesome display from #ger. Every position on the pitch tackling, running and passing brilliantly. #ned vs #ger final? #worldcup
#ger are playing brilliantly. Showing everyone how football should be played. #worldcup
Good on ya #ger. Just as #arg were looking really threatening. #worldcup
Glad I'm not a #ger fan. This is getting very tense. #worldcup
There appears to be a waxwork Charlize Theron in the crowd. #worldcup
#arg starting to build here. #worldcup
#ger are well on top here. Could be a corker. #worldcup
Tell you what @profbriancox has aged. #ger #worldcup
Goal for #ger. #arg defense deserve that for their dodgy hair. #worldcup
#arg vs #ger. Tough choice. No idea who i'd like to win. #worldcup
iPhone problem a display issue, not a hardware one. It's not broken, it just looks broken. *cough* bollocks.

Friday, July 02, 2010

Torn. Would like Netherlands to win, but have money riding on Brazil. #worldcup

Thursday, July 01, 2010

Nice Outnumbered episode in our house earlier as cat brought in a bird and it flew around us while we ate dinner. Kids loved it.
Hurricane Alex? Didn't he play snooker?

Monday, June 28, 2010

Thought #ned looked very comfortable there. Not sure if they'll beat their next opponents, though. #worldcup
#ned looking good. Nice to see a team with passion AND ability. Would like them to go far #worldcup
Why would you go to Wimbledon without suncream? Silly English peoples. #wimbledon

Sunday, June 27, 2010

change tactics. #ger weren't even that good. #eng were just worse. #worldcup
Pretty abject. Too tentative, bad touch, unable to retain possession, too narrow, defense slow and out of position and a manager unable to...

Friday, June 25, 2010

Prince Charles is an Arse. He needs to be removed from the civil list. Meddling idiot.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Could happily watch #jpn all night #worldcup
And that was better! #worldcup
Brilliant free kick. Best of #worldcup so far.
Would prefer #jap to go through rather than #den. Much nicer style of football #worldcup
My kids have just treated us to a performance of the cbeebies summer song. Complete with air violin. Very cute.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Father's Day pub lunch coming up. Ribeye Steak it is, then. Grunt.
Happy Father's Day to me. Must admit that I'm pretty bloody good. #fathersday

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Brilliant explanation of the problem with the ball in the #worldcup by Craig Johnston.
Nice one #ned. One team that plays attractive football virtually through. Would like #jap to go through, too. #worldcup
Don't like seeing England fans booing the team. Like the team don't feel dejected enough already. Can't see what help it does. #worldcup
Did we get knocked out overnight? When I went to bed all we needed to do was beat Slovenia. #worldcup

Friday, June 18, 2010

Who reckons all this is down to jitters. We only need one win and we'll improve... just me then? #eng #worldcup
Well Wednesday is gonna knock a few years off my life. Silver lining? it's on BBC. #eng #worldcup
That's brave #eng #worldcup
Dunno why I follow England. Hate this feeling. C'mon England, please #worldcup

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

"I hope you had the time of your life." I did thanks.
Off to see Green Day. My clothing style for tonight will be "aren't you a little old for this?".

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Monday, June 14, 2010

BBC news does Daily Mail. Windscreen wipers give you disease, ban vuvuzelas and health and safety gone mad. No immigrants story though.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

The muller advert about a cow wanting to be a horse has just brought @villagepig to tears.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

How could I be down about world cup when I've got Dr Who to watch.
Keep calm and carry on #eng #worldcup
Shame the vuvuzelas aren't drowning out the itv commentary.
ITV. The Iceland of broadcasting.
Right. Let's try that again.
Patrick Viera has a perfectly round head, like Karl Pilkington.
Oh dear. That was awful.
Nice one Gerrard. Bloody itv - you are shit.
C'mon England!
Judging from Twitter and Facebook it looks like we're less popular than the u.s.a. Supporting the underdog or just hating England? #worldcup
Feeling very apprehensive about the match tonight #worldcup

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Nice opening concert. Really excited about the World Cup now. Well done. #wc2010
Really like the k'naan song. What a world cup song should sound like. And it makes me think of Vampire Weekend a bit.
"Certainly was for the mouse" says Packham. #springwatch
Great comic timing from Chris Packham on #springwatch. Hand reared owl is fed mouse live on tv. Think that was a tv first, says one...

Wednesday, June 09, 2010

That's not fair. He got two first names. Most of the others haven't even got one #bigbrother
After so many series have they run out of names? #bigbrother
Wow! He/she/it is wacky. Fuck off #bigbrother
#bigbrother for her #wc2010 for me. Seems a fair trade.
Crappy week. First Amy loses wallet (incl engagement ring) now Tommy looks like he's got tonsilitis.

Sunday, June 06, 2010

Loved "how to train your dragon". Think the makers must have cats.
Happy Birthday Tommy and Nate.
On 06/06/06 2 little boys were born and we waited anxiously for them to make a sound. 4 yrs later we're wondering of they'll ever shut up...

Saturday, June 05, 2010

Monday, May 31, 2010

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Just got tech support for my ipod off a 7yr old on YouTube. I love living in the future. (But not predictive text).
Just for tech support for my ipod off a 7yr old on YouTube. I love living in the future.

Friday, May 28, 2010

Caught end of million pound drop. It's bollocks, but is it real bollocks or fake bollocks. I'm suspecting a bb tie-in.

Friday, May 14, 2010

Probably should have tagged that better.

I done a post: http://ping.fm/Cx3QT #ukelection2010
I done a blog post earlier, if you're interested: http://ping.fm/OqXdt

ConDem the Coalition

After spending the majority of my voting life as a supporter of the Labour party, it took a great deal of introspection and will to change my allegiance and vote for the Liberal Democrats this year. I remember the optimism of 1997 and those first years of hope and transformation. I wasn't one who rushed to condemn Blair for the invasion of Iraq. The charges were trumped up, but the goal - I believe - was a good one: to increase stability in an area of the World that we are dependent on. When Blair left office, I wasn't all that keen for him to go. When Brown took over I didn't think it was illegitimate that he was PM - we don't live in a Presidential democracy where our leader is directly elected. The PM is not the Head of State, he is the leader of the party in power. If we did have elections for Head of State, the Queen would have probably been voted out in favour of the Beckhams a few years ago. I even thought that he did a pretty good job of protecting us from the worst of the recession.

So I'm not a typical Liberal, on paper at least.

But I believe that along with much of the good that Labour has ushered in has also come a fair bit of bad. Civil liberties have suffered greatly and looked set to do so even more if they stayed in power. The evidence/results based approach to policy that Labour originally had seems to have been replaced with something much more knee-jerk and tabloid. Their stance on immigration is awful, with a neglect for presenting the facts properly in favour of headline grabbing statements of showing who is toughest.

It was this tendency - a tendency to respond to the baying of the public rather than to silence them - that made me lose faith in the Labour Party.

After looking into it further, I found that the Lib Dems are more closely aligned to my view of the world. They're keen on science (although their fantastic Dr Evan Harris lost out in the election, which is a tragedy) and are rational in their approach. An ethical pragmatism seems to permeate their policy decisions.

So as a left-leaning liberal, I greeted the election result with a certain amount of confusion. I was genuinely conflicted in my views. My heart pushed me towards a Lib Lab coalition. This seemed to be the best way to guarantee that an agenda closest to the manifesto that I voted for would be drawn up. But then other factors weighed in:

1) Most importantly, the numbers weren't there. A Lib-Lab coalition would still be a minority government. Sure, they could bring in other lefty parties to form a rainbow coalition. But either leading as a minority or as the head of a rainbow coalition would be tenuous. The last thing anyone needs right now is another election. It's costly and would put us in limbo for longer than we already have been. It would crush liberal support as the electorate would be desperate for a "decisive" result and any hopes of collaborative government would go down in a blaze of outrage at how bad the coalition had performed. Worse, the Tories are the only party that have the money to mount a successful campaign, so you can imagine how that decisive result would go.

2) The bulk of the Labour party seemed to be settling for a reboot in opposition as early as the Saturday after the election. Not only did this not bode well, but it hinted at the ill-discipline of the party. One thing that a coalition needs is discipline and if it's breaking down even before the coalition has been formed, this doesn't bode well.

3) Labour seemed to have a preconceived notion that the Lib Dems would automatically make a deal with them. This was perhaps natural as they are more happy bed-fellows on the surface and also because I believe they miscalculated in how much the swing would be and how bad things would turn out (in terms of seats) for the Lib Dems. But this complacency seemed to imply a lack of compromise. I didn't vote for the Labour manifesto, I voted for the Lib Dem one. I certainly didn't pay for the Lib Dems to prop up Labour.

4) The noises coming from the Conservatives were genuinely encouraging. People that I naturally dislike were actively flirting with the Lib Dems. Whether it was a cynical grab for power or a genuine act of collaboration remains to be seen. But it was better than the assumption that was coming from Labour.

So the options were:

1) A minority Conservative Government, standing virtually alone. This would likely be voted down on the Queen's speech and lead to an election that we could ill afford and would likely leave us with a majority Conservative government and fewer Lib Dems in parliament.

2) A minority Conservative Government, with some kind of tacit support from the Lib Dems. This would be more stable than (1) but would probably still lead to an election in a couple of years with the same result. In addition, the Lib Dems would get very little for their tacit support. They wouldn't have given enough to have any of their policies put through and they would lose a great deal more as the blame would be levelled at them when the government inevitably fell.

3) A minority Labour Government. This would definitely be voted down on the Queen's speech and lead to an even more disastrous election.

4) A minority Lib-Lab coalition or majority rainbow coalition. This might be able to limp on past the Queen's speech but would likely be brought down as soon as any cuts needed to be made in Scotland, Wales or NI as the nationalist parties revolted.

5) A majority Lib-Con coalition. The only real hope of avoiding another election, so the only real hope of stability.

As it turns out, we've got (5) but we seem to have got quite a good (5). Some of the excesses of both sides seem to have been curtailed. We've lost the inheritance tax changes that the Tories would have liked to bring in. We've also got rid of one of the few policies that I was iffy on in the Lib-Dim manifesto, which is their opposition to nuclear power (where it seems that it might be our only option in terms of a relatively non-polluting option).

In addition to this, we seem to have got some biggies through, chief among them Electoral Reform. Not just a referendum on a voting system (AV) but also a possible introduction of PR in the House of Lords. The two in combination may actually be a better bet than PR on it's own for the House of Commons as it creates two differently elected (and therefore slightly conflicting) houses. Plus, we seem to have got quite a few Lib Dems in relatively senior positions.

The signals being sent out are positive. There seems - at the moment - to be a genuine will to make this work. I have my reservations (the 55% no confidence thing seems good from a stability standpoint, but not from a constitutional one) and I know that there will be trying times ahead. But for the moment, Nick and friends have my wholehearted support. And Dave - just watch yourself, OK. Cos I've got my eye on you. I don't trust you, but for the moment you're doing OK.

[footnote]

All this stuff about Gordon Brown squatting in Downing Street is bollocks. He behaved as a true statesman from the Sunday before the election to the day that he resigned. With the election result that we had he could either hand power over to a minority Conservative party by resigning - which would have strengthened the Tory hand in negotiations with the Lib-Dems and perhaps given encouragement to those Tories that wanted the party to go it alone - or try to form a minority or coalition government himself, which he did (while honouring the Lib Dem commitment to talk to the party with the most seats first). When it became evident that the Lib Dems would never enter a coalition that had Brown as leader, he stepped down in the only way he could (constitutionally). If he resigned immediately, he would have lost the right to form a government. Resign in a matter of days, weeks or a couple of months and he would have curtailed a proper debate about his successor - let alone interrupted the important work that a new government would have to do. Personally, I think he behaved impeccably in those final days.


And this crap about the Lib Dems behaving like harlots is rubbish too. They behaved like a party negotiating for the best deal for the people that voted for it. They talked to both sides - as you do in negotiations - and they held out for what was most important to them. When it became apparent what was best for them (and in turn for the country - I don't believe it was entirely altruistic, but do believe that what the country believed was best for it would in turn be best for them... if that makes sense) they went with that option. They weren't virginal saints in their approach, but they were what they should have been - discrete, pragmatic and in the end, decisive when they needed to be.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Wow! Final two episodes of Skins. Brilliant TV.
"Electioneering - Radiohead". A theme for the Lib-Con coalition? #ibelieveinnick
Feeling oddly calm about the Lib-Con coalition. Seems to be a government of civil liberties and moderation #ibelieveinnick

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Thank god it was Jordan. He was weird. And let's face it, he'd get bullied anyway.
We might have a Tory pm, but not a Tory government. Lots of concessions. Labour have a lot of work ahead as they now have least influence.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Gonna take a break from Cameron and watch something about aliens who look like humans taking over the world.
Ah. That familiar feeling of having a pm you despise. #eightiesnostalgia
Some random just got pics of Cameron and was warned off by the secret service.
All bend over for the Tories. Nick - ask them to be gentle, please #ukelection2010
Good on ya Gordon. You seem a good and honorable man. It's a shame that doesn't seem enough to be a good pm #proudofgordon
Well it's looking like PM Dave & Deputy PM Nick. Sounds like the Lib Dems might've got some concessions on Tax. Might be best of a bad job.
My head says Lib-Con. My heart says Lib-Lab. Glad I don't need to choose.

Monday, May 10, 2010

Finally watching the last "wonders". Something inspirational after all the political craziness.
Please can someone post a link to the Alastair Campbell vs Adam Boulton incident on Sky News?
@drevanharris sad that during the election, the media wanted nothing to do with you. Now, they can't get enough.

Sunday, May 09, 2010

Michael Gove seriously flirting with the lib dems on Andrew Marr.

Saturday, May 08, 2010

And that was why I voted Lib Dem.
I've never felt so close to democracy before.
Wow. Incredible scenes outside Lib Dem headquarters. The protesters represent the thoughts of a lot of the electorate.
I've just written to Nick Clegg http://ping.fm/4MRZB

An open letter to Nick Clegg

Hi Nick,

This has been a historic election. I, like many others voted for your party for the first time because I wanted a new kind of politics. I think we now have the biggest ever chance to get this new kid of politics.

I urge you, please do not make a deal to prop up either Labour or the Conservatives. Nor should you deliberately bring down whatever minority government they want. But your highest priority should be a new kind of voting system. My vote was wasted, like a majority of other peoples' votes in the country. Don't allow us to go to the polls again and have us make a choice between wasting our vote by voting who we believe in or voting for the lesser of two evils.

We want proportional representation. We want a system where everyone's vote is equal.

Not only will this increase the Lib Dem share of the vote, but it will increase participation and bring true fairness.

Please, don't waste this opportunity.

Chris Waller

Friday, May 07, 2010

I have rarely seen anything so pretentiously middle class as "the edible garden". The wife and I are pissing ourselves.
Cameron - "we can work something out. We can have an open relationship" Brown - "don't listen. He hasn't changed. I'm here if you still want me"
Re-listening to the Neko Case album and it's ace. Not sure why I didn't think so earlier.
A sad day. Tories have most votes. Voting irregularities. @drevanharris lost his seat. Hope you're proud, Britain #ukelection2010
Starting to look grim. May need to go to bed and wake up to a nightmare. #ukelection2010

Thursday, May 06, 2010

Are there gonna be no-elections in seats with voting irregularities? #ukelection2010
Paxman and Ken Clarke are like those two old dudes on the muppets. #ukelection2010
I'm glad Cameron has a presidential look #ukelection2010
My God. How pissed was Tony Pardons? #ukelection2010
Waiting for the first marginal #ukelection2010
Wow. Two olive branches. Financial stability from libdems. Electoral reform from Mandelson. #ukelection2010
Wonder if Farage is being treated by a foreign doctor #ukelection2010

Wednesday, May 05, 2010

It'll all be over soon. Vote with your head, your heart or your gut but please God don't vote Tory #ukelection2010
Interesting guide. I'll be voting according to principles, but still useful: http://ping.fm/ECv9H #ukelection2010
Nicely considered piece on voting #LibDem http://ping.fm/ViDhz #UKelection2010

Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Just want to thank @hanson4delyn for his positive tweets. @billbrereton has my vote, but @sandbach4delyn could learn a lot from you.
No-one has explained to me why immigration by people who work, pay taxes and have no recourse to public funds is a bad thing #ukelection2010
May the fourth be with you, especially Dave and Irene on your anniversary.

Monday, May 03, 2010

@sandbach4delyn has run an unrelentingly negative and tabloid campaign. Please vote @hanson4delyn or @billbrereton for something positive.

Sunday, May 02, 2010

Tories want to destroy the BBC and cure gays. They must love Over The Rainbow.
Tory candidate Philippa Stroud founded church group 2 "cure" gays through prayer. No wonder she's scared of Twitter - 2 many deviants.
"But I wanted another go" - my son, Tommy on getting a strike in ten pin bowling.

Saturday, May 01, 2010

My God! Fast and the furious: Tokyo Drift is utter shite. It's like two slices of shite with shite as the filling.
Avatar on blu-ray. Complete eyegasm.

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Labour are a spent force. Looks like voting #LibDem is the only way to reign Cameron in #leadersdebate
Usual Tory scaremongering on immigration #leadersdebate
Clegg's walking it at the moment. #leadersdebate
Feisty tonight. Liking it #leadersdebate