I was reading another article about http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/may/13/the-guardian-view-on-migration-we-need-a-stronger-state today, full of useful statistics. Ready to add my comments to the debate, I scrolled down only to find that yet again the ‘Guardian’ newspaper had only allowed 5 hours before closing the thread; the other article I was interested in commenting on –http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/may/13/corruption-individual-flourishing-david-cameron-summit – was restricted to 2 … More The Shoe Just Wasn’t Big Enough
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2016/may/11/brexit-shortage-construction-staff-barratt-housebuilding-uk-eu-referendum#comment-74058043 (apologies that there are no links to some statements, but I wanted to get this out quickly before my fatigue kicks in; I’ll edit later). All this talk about how building companies will suffer if we exit Europe, but with the size of the dole queue you’re not telling me that they couldn’t find … More Go Figure
I was just reading this article about the new ‘Call of Duty’ game ‘Infinite Warfare’: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/may/11/call-of-duty-infinite-warfare Now why would I do that you ask? Well I’m not a gamer that’s for sure; not because I don’t like playing video, I really do, but I also have an addictive personality, and just with phone games a … More In a Matter of Days
I apologise that I haven’t had the psychological capacity to write much; I’ve been in meltdown due to deteriorating health, which not helped by the continued medical negligence that I’ve gone through these last 20 years (but I fortunately have a brilliant G.P.). I may write about it; I may not. Anyway, I commented in … More Corrupt Thought
Been missing again; too ill, care assessments, ESA form, and now devastated, but still managed to laugh about it: you have to find the comedy in things somehow to cope with this nightmarish existence. Waited since last July for a heart test (after no one believing me but my own G.P. who basically saved my … More Bit Like Me Pants
Originally posted on The poor side of life:
Today was a great day. We held our now annual Christmas rememberence service outside Ashton Under Lyne Jobcentre. Despite a lot of planning you never quite know how it will go and how many people will turn up. But we had a very good turnout which was…
Well, I’ve left it some time haven’t I? Apologies for that. As a result, this post is a bit long and rambling, but I’ve some time to make up for, and I’m sure you’ll forgive me that. I’m afraid I went on a steep downer at the beginning of November about the size of the … More Dustwun Then Disappearing Without a Trace
Very maddening and poignant documentary made by some ex Jehovah’s Witnesses ‘Kim and Mikey‘ who post on youtube, covering one of the many instances of corrupt practices within the JW organisation, reasons for which I won’t be stepping back inside a Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall again any time soon!
Thanks for this post. I have a friend who makes all her own soap, moisturiser and toothpaste; I think I’m going to give it a go!