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» Conspiracy theory nutters

The government now controls:
- What you can do to your house
- Most of the schools - even the teachers are on the government payroll
- Most of the hospitals - all those nurses - they're working for the govt!
- The roads ... and you can't use your car on them unless they let you.
- And lots of other stuff

And they take money out of your pay packet to pay for military secret projects and stuff.

It's true I tell you!
(Fri 28th Aug 2009, 10:27, More)

» Narrow Escapes

Bombing trains is soooo 1990's
My thing was similar to IHateSprouts. I was off sick the day London Bridge station got bombed. The train that was at the platform would have been mine otherwise. (IIRC some poor sod in the bog copped it.)

I almost felt like dragging myself in anyway just to give a metaphoric two fingers to the Provo bastards.
(Thu 19th Aug 2010, 15:00, More)

» Beautiful Moments, Part Two

With thanks to Rolls Royce and RJ Mitchell ...
Standing in a Kentish field, with my son and my dad, watching a Spitfire looping around and around and around...
(Mon 9th Aug 2010, 11:52, More)

» The Dark

Not quite in the dark, but in her mind a lot of this happens during the night...

A friend's mother complains occasionally about the resident poltergeist in their house moving things around into strange places. A tea towel for example, will move from the drawer in the kitchen into the bedroom, or the TV remote being removed and deposited in the garage.

Funny thing is, the mischievous ghoul nearly always helps itself to the drinks cabinet as well.

Which annoys her no end, as she rather likes glass or five herself every evening.
(Mon 27th Jul 2009, 16:15, More)

» "You're doing it wrong"

Joey Deacon
Until a few months ago (and courtesy of B3tans) I never realised who Joey Deacon actually was. Really I didn't.

I was at school when everyone started belming (usually not at me, though), and I thought Joey Deacon was probably some musician or band or something who just wasn't played on Radio 2 (the permanent background accompaniment at home then).
(Wed 21st Jul 2010, 12:46, More)
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