Knowing what I usually say about this august institution I am sure you are ready for another diatribe about the murder of thousands during the covid scamdemic, but I am going to surprise you by writing something positive. Of course, there will be references to the eviction of thousands from critical care wards who then … Continue reading NHS, what is it good for?
Yesterday was my birthday, not that I want to dwell on this fact for any longer than is absolutely necessary. At this stage of my life I feel that the anniversary can be passed over in as graceful a manner as possible, and I feel that, for once, I achieved that trick. Usually, for me, … Continue reading Yesterday
I’m not sure what I make of it, honestly. On the face of it, appearances being deceptive, it looks like one thing. It is certainly something else. I left the farm last week. It’s been home for a while and a place of huge optimism for some of that time. The hope and positive energy … Continue reading Moving right along
Let me tell you about my new girlfriend. I’m not sure where to start really because she has so many amazing qualities, so I’ll begin with how she looks. That’s what we notice first isn’t it, it’s the essence of what we find attracts us to a person, the other stuff appears in time, if … Continue reading Would you believe it?
This Be The Verse By Philip Larkin They fuck you up, your mum and dad. They may not mean to, but they do. They fill you with the faults they had And add some extra, just for you. But they were fucked up in their turn By fools in old-style hats and coats, Who half the time … Continue reading Larkin about
As we near the end of the first week of 'freedom', I think it is timely to look at the redefinition of the English language. The illegal junta that claims to be a democratically elected body announced that from the 19th of July 2021, the 'two weeks to flatten the curve' is officially over, and … Continue reading Plato’s Cave
How much do you disappoint me, can I count the ways? It’s a good thing I’m as old as I am and that I’ve experienced several (hundred) setbacks in that time, otherwise I’d be screaming right now rather than composing a snarky blog post. People are pretty shit, for the most part. There, I’ve said … Continue reading Humanity sucks. Right?
I want to write something of significance and import but the thoughts that have arisen recently that made me laugh or feel something else have deserted me. So, what’s my trauma? Could you classify being brought up within a cultish organisation a trauma, or is that not sufficiently affecting? At the time I didn’t see … Continue reading Where are you from?
I forgot how being alone makes me yearn. Those empty times when the memory roams down old forgotten tracks, faces rise from background and solidify, forming a net that catches my unwary emotions. I slide among these courses without an anchor or rudder, trusting in the current to not smash me on the rocks. Often, … Continue reading Sex and C-19
Oh Miriam, pseudo-German, now you call it a day. If it is possible for an opinion to be worth less than nothing, It was yours. And yet, you showed the tenacity of a limpet, While being as repellent as a slug. It feels different now, you said, from when I arrived, Yes, we say, isn't … Continue reading Last one down