Most middle-aged Brits keep fit by doing pint curls in the local pub. But this one‘s found another, and arguably healthier, exercise…which, coincidentally, is also done in a lot of bars:
A father of two has found a clever way to watch pole dancers without getting into trouble – by becoming one.
Happily married . . . → Read More: A pole-dancer, you say? Blimey!
Pardon my gush, but it’s true. She really IS a doll. She’s funny, she’s unpretentious, she’s blessedly drama-free in spite of everything she’s been through (how many pop stars can you say THAT about?), and she’s smart and nice, too. Oh, and she’s got the cutest accent — says fink and froat for think . . . → Read More: OMG, Adele is adorable!
Ahem. A little mood music, maestro:
Ah, that was lovely. And a timely reminder of the class of person we’re dealing with here: an unelected monarch who dares to try to shut up a democratically elected leader confronting him over Spanish support of a coup against democracy in Venezuela. Yes, that was Chavecito, and . . . → Read More: Royally disgusting
You say you want a revolution? You got it:
“Imagínate que no hay cielo…”
Can’t you just hear it?
(Logo from the infamous Dave Rabbit sweatshirt, a limited-edition Vietnam War pirate radio joke product. Back story, in case you’re interested, here.)
Pardon my Anglo-Saxon and the explicit artwork, but given what shit is hitting the fan in Britain, it was only fittin’…
Undercover police officers routinely adopted a tactic of “promiscuity” with the . . . → Read More: Cops Behaving Badly: Fuck the Police (Before They Fuck You)
You really have to feel for this girl sometimes. Apparently her much-scrutinized on-again-off-again romance is off, for good: She is one of the most desirable women in the world, the beautiful younger sister of the future Queen of England with an appealingly mischievous glint in her eye. So when it was reported last week that […] . . . → Read More: Poor Pippa.
Dear Brendan O’Neill: You, sir, are a fucking idiot. How’d you like it if I found out where you lived? What would you say if I ferreted out everything about you, from what you eat, to what drugs you do, to how and whom you like to shag, and published all the above right here, […] . . . → Read More: An open letter to Brendan O’Neill
Okay. Leaving out the obvious gender stereotyping that the media are crammed full of (guys don’t like to cuddle? Not in MY experience), it’s shit like this, Britain… A staggering 32 per cent of UK females admit they can’t stand cuddling when in bed, but force themselves into a clinch to avoid upsetting their partner. […] . . . → Read More: Stupid Sex(less) Tricks: No cuddling, please, we’re British
Ever see a stand-up comedy routine about oil wars and oil coups? This Brit does a fantastic job of taking horrible reality and making it hilarious. Without, I might add, diverging for one moment from the truth. . . . → Read More: The History of Oil
What could be better than this song for Merry Old England right now? Okay, maybe this one: And after all this, won’t you give me a smile? . . . → Read More: Music for a Sunday: Never mind the bollocks
Mike Ruppert, a former drug-enforcement cop from Los Angeles who helped expose the CIA’s role in drug smuggling to the US, analyzes the London riots. These riots have an economic root, and it’s NOT what the conservatives of the British parliament would have us believe. This is actually global in nature, and the Arab Spring […] . . . → Read More: Economics for Dummies: Mike Ruppert on provocateurs and the British riots
If the Stumpy Cat is meowing and pawing at my leg, I know there is something she wants me to address. And sure enough, our cyber-kitty friend has found several links of interest regarding the London riots… First up, Cort G. sent this Marxist link which gives the best summation so far of the root […] . . . → Read More: Short ‘n’ Stubby: Ms. Manx looks at London
Watch a BBC anchorwoman get a bad case of Teh Stoopid (as well as racism) against a respectable man: Darcus Howe tells it like it is. These are NOT just riots and looting, this is raw outrage by the British underclass at the police state the country is turning into. It is a raw cry […] . . . → Read More: “I don’t call it rioting, I call it an insurrection”