Thursday 24th of May 2018

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saving the royal planet...

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ITV1 will air a one-off special documentary following ‘Her Majesty the Queen and an ambitious legacy project to create a global network of protected forests’ on Monday 16 April.

the strongest sanctions in history by the time we are completely mad, loony, loco, deranged...

deal

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has issued a steep list of demands that he said should be included in a nuclear treaty with Iran to replace the Obama-era deal, threatening "the strongest sanctions in history" if Iran doesn't change course.

mad media frenzy, vacuous hats and inane commentary to lead the royal decadence down the pit of historical ridicule...

vacuous

The media circus comes to full crescendo today with more than 5,000 staff and personnel in Windsor to cover the Royal wedding.

 

ndis is working fine if you don't need it...

ndis

Sonya Ludlow is a strong woman. When you're bringing up seven children, resilience and thick skin are almost compulsory.

But the Adelaide mother was left feeling "absolutely awful" after a review of her seven-year-old son Samuel's funding National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) plan.

pinocchio had been superseded by a new type of creature made of plastic...

gina

Senator, my moral conscience is strong. I would not allow the CIA to carry out any activity that I thought was immoral – even if it was technically legal. I would absolutely not permit it.

a bit of fashionista vacuity...

vacuity

Kate McKinnon, Issa Rae and Sarah Silverman grace the cover of GQ’s new comedy issue, each with a few extra arms and legs, mercilessly mocking Vanity Fair’s epic Photoshop fail — but staffers at VF are failing to see the funny side.

driving off a cliff at 120 miles an hour is "not as bad as we thought"...even on a bicycle...

cliffface

An article in a "denialist publication" by some half-learned idiots trying to pass as half-intelligent scientists/mathematicians has irked me. Their work is often used by denialists to tell us the global warming science is bunkum:

how can dubya be "born again" when he never was one of them in the first place?... he should be in prison.

philanthropist

How many lies and how many innocent lives have been sent out into the ethers by men like Junior Bush and his Bush/Cheney Cabal? Too many is the answer. Yet, as with the case with the Irish singing star ( and humanitarian ) Bono, Junior Bush has been ‘ Born Again Philanthropist’. Well, good for him, but… that should not and DOES not absolve him from his war crimes. The real shame of all of this is just how short a memory do Ms. Degeneres and Mr. Bono have?

 

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