I don't think this is the sort of enrichment that they had in mind when they opened up our borders. Is it?!
Sunday, 28 March 2010
Friday, 12 March 2010
I watched the amazing documentary 'Wonders of the Solar System' (part one) on BBC 2 the other night, presented by Professor Brian Cox, it was the best TV programme that I've ever seen.
The DJ Chris Evans on Radio 2 also said that it was 'the best one hour of television that he'd ever seen'.
It was beautifully filmed with a great soundtrack and was, over and above everything else - all science.
BUT...one fact struck me and that was this: the reason we get a 'perfect' solar eclipse, explained Cox, is because the sun is exactly four hundred times further away from the earth than the moon and the sun is exactly four hundred times greater in diameter than the moon. Any variation in this ie: four hundred times further away and only three hundred and ninety nine times greater in diameter etc would not result in a total and perfect eclipse.
What a coincidence thought presenter Cox.
Coincidence or design?
Thursday, 4 March 2010
I went to but some pain killers today. I looked at Nurofen super duper strength extra fast (or something like) that contained 200mg of Ibuprofen and they were £3.99 for twelve pills.
I then saw some unnamed unbranded 200mg Ibuprofen that were 49p for sixteen pills!!
The same ingredients - essentially the same product without the branding - and one cost 6p per pill and the other one 33p.
So I say to you, read the ingredients and don't buy the rip off branded stuff!
Tuesday, 2 March 2010
TV presenter Kristian Digby (never heard of him myself) has been found dead at his flat in London.
Mr Digby (who was gay) died, according to reports following a 'bizarre solo sex game involving a plastic bag and a belt'!
ALL the news sources in which I have read about this story report the 'sex game' thingy. Except one - you guessed it - the BBC.
All the BBC report says about the circumstances of his death is that it was 'unexplained', they then blather on about Mr Digby's achievement in his lifetime of 'making homosexuality acceptable to the middle classes'.
So the BBC in the reporting of this story alone seek to promote homosexuality (again) and cover up the perversion of one of the cheerleaders of this cause.
Jan Moir anyone?