Today is a day of hope for the USA (and, indeed, for the rest of the world). A large proportion of us are hoping for change in the USA. The three changes that I would most like to see are: A country that no longer believes that it should attack countries on the other side… Continue reading Hope
This just came up in a discussion in the office. You read it here first. Sarah Palin claims to be a christian. If that’s the case then why are at least two of her children (Willow and Piper – I’m researching the others) named after teenage witches? I reckon she has wiccan sympathies. Does anyone… Continue reading Is Sarah Palin a Wiccan?
I’ve mentioned here before that I run a small free software project which supplies simple web programs. The programs are quite widely used, but we generally only hear from the users when things go wrong. It was, therefore, nice to get a mail from someone who hadn’t had any problems and just wanted to say… Continue reading Showing Appreciation
Time for our newly elected mayor to start earning his money. I may not agree with him on many things, but I love what he said about George W Bush. The President is a cross-eyed warmonger, unelected inarticulate, who epitomises the arrogance of American foreign policy. I wonder if Boris will be meeting Dubya on… Continue reading Cross-Eyed Texan Warmonger
The war hasn’t even started yet, but already the US are crashing helicopters over Kuwait.
It seems that the US has completely failed to see the joke of Ali G.
Last night I finally got to see Michael Moore‘s film Bowling for Columbine. It was every bit as good as I expected. Moore looks at the huge number of people who are killed with guns in the USA annually and tries to understand what the causes are. In the process he manages to make a… Continue reading Bowling For Columbine