All entries for April 2007

April 26, 2007

A day in the life of London (21 April 2007)

Another day on the Downing Street

protestors
Another day in front of the Parliament
B2B
Corporate Climate Responsibility!!!
Lucy
Mini-protest
mini protest
Militant clowns
militant clowns
Pigeon attack on Trafalgar Square
pigeon attack

April 24, 2007

Fair trade

People petitioning for animal rights and against animal testing should volunteer to take part in tests vital for the development of drugs and cosmetics.


April 19, 2007

Putin and Stalin

Stalin appears to Putin in a dream. The President has many concerns about the state of the nation, and so asks Stalin:
“What should I do about the economy? Crime is high, and unemployment…”
Stalin, without pausing for thought, responds: “Round up and shoot every male between the age of 21 and 30, and then paint the inside of the Kremlin blue.”
“Why blue?”, Putin asks,
Stalin: “I had a feeling you’d only want to discuss the second part…”

Published in the Liberal


April 04, 2007

the power of "whatev–ah!

Writing about web page http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/6523155.stm

it’s a depressing symbol of an alienated generation

Teachers say they have had enough because it’s constantly used to challenge their authority

By uttering it young people are opting out of communicating and avoiding the use of language

It builds a brick wall around a world that you cannot reach into but that person can reach out of, if they wish to.

Brilliant


April 01, 2007

Zoo day

The London Zoo may be small, but it’s still a wonderful place to be. Zoos are the kind of places you grow out of if you don’t visit it too often. It seems pointless to visit the same bunch of animals over and over again expecting excitement or new discoveries every time. It also involves purchasing massively expensive tickets (14.50) just to see the couple of monkeys, lamas and birds. But as soon as I stepped into the Zoo I realised I was in a totally different world in the middle of London. It does make everyone jump and scream in excitement rudely pointing at the gorillas, banging on the glass to get some attention from the much bored animals and whatever other silly things that bring humans so much closer to the habitants of a zoo. It was a fun and refreshing experience.

golden monkey


GM food

Seedless grapes are impotent grapes. If I eat too much of it, will I become impotent too? Is that why GM food is bad? Because it gives you whatever wrongness your food has?


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