Saturday, 25 July 2009

"Gordon Brown is a c**t"

From the Grauniad:
Clarkson, who previously had to apologise to Gordon in February after calling him "a one-eyed Scottish idiot", described him as a "cunt" in not-for-broadcast comments during the recording of this week's Top Gear programme on Wednesday night.

He was talking about government policy and finished off with the line: "The reason you can't do that is because Gordon Brown is a cunt"

Bad boy!

Tuesday, 14 July 2009

The epitome of "new" liebour and its lies

In the Daily Politics show, Andrew Neil interviews labour's armed forces minister, Bill Rammell who unashamedly twists, misdirects and lies his way in true labour style.

I can't really comment on this, I'm too angry.

If you go to the ballot box next year and put a cross next to the local labour candidate's name, you should, like this piece of shit, be dragged out in a Snatch Land Rover and spend a few days out in Afghanistan and then see how quickly you would be writing out the cheque for more troops and equipment rather seeing how many more chums you can "employ" in the public sector or how many "poor friends from afar" we can buy houses for.

Thursday, 9 July 2009

+++ IBM develops a speaking computer that can replace an MP +++

IBM have created a supercomputer that will appear on the American programme Jeopardy. Named "Watson" it is being designed to compete against human contestants in the TV show.

From :

Just like the human contestants, Watson will be be given questions in regular American English. The human communication form is being used by Watson to demonstrate its ability to break down natural language questions into their true, baser or inherent meaning, with the appropriate answers being determined from its vast repository of knowledge, and all within a couple seconds.

However, it is no Terminator or HAL - here is one of the responses to a Jeopardy question:

Host: “The cause of the French and Indian war was the struggle for control of this area, in the modern-day Midwest.

”Watson: “What is Paris?”

Well, that may be good enough for a truth-avoiding Labour MP on Newsnight, but sadly on a highbrow show like Jeopardy, it may struggle a tad.

Tuesday, 7 July 2009

Die Grüne Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei kommen!

"Nazis...I hate these guys!"

I. Jones
Especially the Green ones. Coming to a business near you these guys will be creating havoc, disrupting the bottom line and spending your money that doesn't exists, courtesy of the Environment Agency. From The Times online:
The agency is creating a unit of about 50 auditors and inspectors, complete with warrant cards and the power to search company premises to enforce the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC), which comes into effect next year.

Decked out in green jackets, the enforcers will be able to demand access to company property, view power meters, call up electricity and gas bills and examine carbon-trading records for an estimated 6,000 British businesses. Ed Mitchell, head of business performance and regulation at the Environment Agency, said the squad would help to bring emissions under control. “Climate change and CO2 are the world’s biggest issues right now. The Carbon Reduction Commitment is one of the ways in which Britain is responding.”
It's happening, bit by bit...soon we will hear the words:

"Ihre Papieren, bitte!"

In the words of the late Phil Lynott, I'll paraphrase a little ditty of his:

"Guess who just got back today?
Them wild-eyed Greens that had been away
Haven't changed, haven't much to say
But man, I still think them twats are crazy
They were asking if you were around
How you was, where you could be found
Told them you were living downtown
Driving all the old lefties crazy

The Greens are back in town
The Greens are back in town
I said
The Greens are back in town
The Greens are back in town
The Greens are back in town
The Greens are back in town
The Greens are back in town
The Greens are back in town"


h/t An Englishman's Castle

(Sample MP3 from Amazon of above song here)

Thursday, 2 July 2009

The insane Prime Mentalist

There's no doubt about it - he's fecking insane! Just watch this and decide for yourselves.

Wednesday, 1 July 2009

Great name

Ivana Pezer


Me too! I'm starvin' for Italian food!


A fantastic quote on the Coffee House blog, where Fraser Nelson accuses (quite rightly) Ed Balls of mendacious utterings, by Robert Bauer:

Michael Jackson may have popularised Moonwalking (giving the illusion of moving forward, but actually going backward!), but the Labour Party has perfected it!