Monthly Archives: July 2016

Car Makers at it Again

  Cheating perfection You’ve heard of creative writing, well, welcome to creative car testing. Mitsubishi are at it again. It’s not that long ago that the CEO demanded all letters complaining of faults should be sent up the line to … Continue reading

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Crowd Power

A march turns dissent into resistance Marches express an ideal. Marches are the difference between being a keyboard warrior and an activist. Marches confirm you are not helpless against corrupt authority. I still see people suggesting marches are a waste … Continue reading

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Corporate Corruption

  From time to time I read and hear people discussing what kind of society a self-governing Scotland could become, given enough political will power and people empowerment. The dialogue usually ranges around issues of caring for certain sections of … Continue reading

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The BFG – a review

   Well now, what is me to make of dis squiggly-wriggly story of bad an’ goodsome giants an’ abducted orphans? There’s just a hint of the darkest missminded adults who likes little childrikens for all the wrong reasons. This is very … Continue reading

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England’s Mess

  Cameron out English can’t blame the mess they’re in on anybody else but themselves.  They called themselves ‘British’ for so long they forgot what it was to be English. Now they are desperate to turn back the clock. Unfortunately the … Continue reading

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Tarzan – a review

  The choice was The legend of Tarzan or Ghostbusters, macho man or macho women. Taking note of universal downbeat comments on Twitter about Ghostbusters – Women in Boiler Suits,  I plumped for Tarzan – Man of Six Packs. What I got … Continue reading

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Pukesville, England

I can’t be troubled to read all the opinion columns explaining why Tony Blair is a war criminal, guilty by omission, right to stick to his guns, (pun intended) a wacky character from a Rowling fantasy novel, strung up, found … Continue reading

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