Saturday, 30 April 2022
Thursday, 28 April 2022
Can't be bothered to write a blog post today. Here are some bits I picked up on the tweeeteratta. It will be interesting to see what happens now that Mr Musk is in charge. I read that people have been leaving the platform in their droves. Oh well, their choice.
'I have the Indian jab in my arm and the power of good it did me.' Boris Johnson announces a vaccine initiative with India after meeting with the country's Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
At least twelve major food-processing plants in the US have been destroyed during the last two weeks. Another food processing plant gets hit and finally someone is covering it.
Drivers face thousands in fines if they don't tell DVLA about lifestyle changes.
World Economic Forum report: “90% of all coastal areas will be affected by rising sea-levels due to climate change.” Obama, Pelosi, and Gates, all have homes next to the sea.
The saddest aspect of partygate is that it has led to precisely zero discussion in the media as to whether these rules were actually justified in the first place. Politics as soap opera.
Yorkshire detention centre to house 1,500 single male asylum seekers in ex-RAF base – exclusive GB News report.
Governments across the west are increasingly itchy about "misinformation". They believe that they and institutions under their purview have a monopoly on Truth. So they cast 'misinformation' as a 'threat to democracy'.
Keir Starmer calls for a truce & for all sides to draw a line under covid breaches. In an interview with The BBC he said ‘it’s time to move on & stop wasting Police valuable time. There should be no more investigations’
Best-selling author Douglas Murray tells Julia about his new book The War On The West. "This is a movement against our past and present to re-write everything in our country."
Prison guards ordered to stop using woke words like 'clients' and residents to refer to prisoners.
Terminated from my teaching job today after 20 years of teaching. Completely devastated.
Rishi Sunak admits home owners could face £1,000-a-year rise in rates
Voter ID will do far more harm than good to our democracy. Make no mistake - between voter ID, Covid ID, the new digital ID framework & the push towards biometrics - there is a steady march towards intrusive mandatory ID.
'We've heard from Mr Cummings that it was chaotic in the Department of Health' Karin Smyth MP reacts to the High Court ruling that the Government broke the law by moving Covid patients into care homes at the start of the pandemic.
A reputed federal informant and whistleblower who went missing after reportedly turning over a trove of secret files about Deutsche Bank was found dead at a Los Angeles school earlier this week, a police official says.
Bill Gates is buying up the majority of American farmland and BlackRock is buying the majority of single family houses but I'm supposed to believe the biggest threat to us is Elon Musk buying Twitter?
Tattybyes for now. Catch ya later. ilona
Wednesday, 27 April 2022
I have to chuckle about the latest hooohaaaa going on in Parliament. Did Angela Rayner deliberately flash a bit of leg, Sharon Stone style, to distract Boyo Boris? Is the dress she was wearing inappropriate attire for a works meeting?
Ms Rayner is rather peeved by the attention she has received, but I have to say that she does seem to be full on in your face sometimes when it comes to voicing her opinions. That in itself can be interpreted as loving attention.
When I was young, a long time ago, I remember flaunting my pathetic assets, in the hope that I might catch the eye of some easily influenced young chap. It often worked. Mini skirt up my arse flashing a bit of knicker. Low cut top, bra padded out with a pair of socks to boost the non existent cleavage. A girls gotta do what a girls gotta do.
Ms Rayner is a very attractive woman and I think she knows it. She shouldn't be surprised if men lust after her, because that is what men do. She works with mainly men, just as I did. It only takes a flash of a bit of flesh, a cheeky smile with eye contact, and quite a lot of men will take that as a signal that something else might be on offer. I will add here that not all men are looking for adventures, but in the right circumstances some of them would be sorely tempted.
It's human nature that some men would welcome a bit of a romp, and quite often it happens in a working environment. If women didn't put their assets on display and covered up, men would find it easier to keep their little pecker in their underpants.
Catch ya later. Toodle pip. ilona
Tuesday, 26 April 2022
I was speaking to a friend in the village yesterday. She had the fourth vanjabbydozy on Saturday morning. She told me that within a few hours her body went through a series of involuntary jerking movements. She had no control over it. She tried to bend down and put the dogs food bowl on the floor and dropped it, scattering the food. The dog ate it off the floor. Things seem to have calmed down a bit now and it has stopped.
These incidents of adverse reactions, no matter how small or short lived, need to be reported. In the UK it's the Yellow Card system, in the US it's VAERS. It may appear normal to some people to have a reaction, but by reporting it the health authorities can build up a picture with the data collected.
It is still at the experimental stage until 2023. If people are not reporting their reactions, how are they able to assess the efficacy of it. How can they move on to the next stage if the data is incomplete. If the true picture is not known.
Fizzzor have been forced to publish their findings from the information they already have, even though it doesn't contain all the reactions from a vast amount of people. They wanted to hide it for a very long time, but a court order has forced them to publish.
Knowing the full picture of everything that has happened is imperative to help the pharmaceuticals to develop a much safer product.
Breakfast time. Toodle pip. ilona