Friday, June 01, 2007


My car is broken. Driving up over a hill wending my happy way home from the office yesterday evening, the engine seemed to struggle and over-rev, came down the other side, round an island, down a hill and blimey, I couldn't get it up. (fnarr fnarr !).
So stopped in the middle of the road, not the best place to be, so rolled backwards into what I thought was a drive, but I didn't notice the low bollards. Crunch crunchity clang, that left a dent. Called the rescue who took me and my knackered car home.
Ho hum.
Car is off to the dealers now, hope it can get done under warranty. As I left all the details about that in the glove box I don't know if its covered. Bloody hope so, or that may be the shed money gone.
Worked late until the cleaners closed the office on this bloody awful installed base thing.
Had pizza nd wine for lunch to celebrate someone leaving after starting as a secretary in Ansculf House in 1983 right at the start of the old company. What a long time to stay with the same place.
Last week we had an outside tap fitted, since then it has poured down every single day, including hail, thunder and lightening yesterday. So far today is dry. Might actually ride a bike later on.
Had a go at cleaning the slbs with the pressure washer we bought last year, works a treat. Well, thats interesting, isn't blogging a laugh ! An online journal of almost totally boring bollocks. Had toast and bacon for breakfast, just eat some yoghurt. My my, what excitement !

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Enviro Fascism and How the Enviro-Fascists Are Trying to Close Down the Climate Change Debate, from Iain Dale's Diary;

This is what Greenpeace (pbuh) have to say about debating climate change;

We have a policy at Greenpeace that we no longer debate people who don’t accept the scientific reality of anthropogenic climate change.

Bunch of cunts.

Government in moves to ban all fun;


EVERYTHING will carry a government warning label, under plans to prevent anything from happening, the Department of Health has announced.

This shocking, but not unexpected, news from the Daily Mash.
Hurrah for global warming !

A misty, snowy Ben Nevis. That white stuff is snow, which requires cold air to be there. As opposed to the hot air so beloved of the sky is falling brigade of fuckwits.

I wish. Just spent a traditional Bank Holiday Weekend freezing and wet. The UK Met Office long range forecast for summer 2007 is hot and dry;

Forecast for Summer 2007


There continues to be a high probability (at least 70%) that mean summer temperatures will be above the 1971-2000 long-term average over much of western Europe including the UK. Indications for this year suggest the odds for a particularly hot summer, similar to those experienced in 2003 and 2006 across the UK, are around 1 in 8.


Signals for summer rainfall continue to be weak with no significant indications, at this stage, of either a particularly dry or a particularly wet summer. However, the forecasts slightly favour drier than average conditions across many parts of western Europe, including southern areas of the UK.

Ha, hahahaha. Maybe summer don't include May.
The snappy phrases;
'particularly hot summer' and 'drier than average conditions across many parts of western Europe' are just brilliant. Are our National weather forecasters inaccurate tossers, or are they simply following the global warming means hotter weather mantra ?
Maybe I will have to eat humble pie if we do (please, please, please let it happen) have a long dry hot summer. Bring back the summer of '76.