Everyone knows that New Labor made such a bog of the contracts for NHS dentists that they are a vanishing breed and people have to queue round the block to sign up with one. So why is Mac Dental of Macclesfield touting for business in Romiley with fliers? Does it mean that the problem has been solved miraculously and NHS dentists are so abundant that they are short of customers? Or is it just a sign that the good people of Macclesfield are so rich that they can afford to go private and let any NHS dentists in the area starve if they can't sign up paupers from Romiley?
The Indian bandits are still at it
Help us to help YOU make a personal contribution to saving the planet.
The next Big Thing in defence tactics for criminal cases is to claim that the perps were trying to save the planet. It started in a small way with Global Warming swindlers trying to make out that having pictures of flooded towns justified their efforts to disrupt the operation of power stations and the electricity supply. The next level is bound to be bank robbers claiming they were just after cash to give to Third World dictators who are claiming climate change poverty.
The methodology sucks, but it 'proves' the desired point
The swindle is running out of steam
2. If CO2 caused the late 20th century global temperature rise, what caused the much bigger rises in the past, such as the Mediaeval warming period (see graph above), and why did global temperatures DROP after World War II when use of fossil fuels boomed?
3. Official climate models don't work for very long (see the above item) or the results are deliberately rigged to produce a desired outcome (see the 'Hockey Stick' graph above). So why should we believe governments which demand carbon taxes and sustainable energy taxes because, the lying bastards claim, these taxes will save the planet?
Swindled if you do, swindled if you don't
|STATEMENT OF FACTS|
|Our Ecology Correspondent would like to stress the following:|
Fact: There was a warm period 55 million years ago.
Some people find it baffling that the German nation fell for the Nazi message so easily in the 1930s. 70 years on, the Global Warming Swindlers are pulling the same scare-story con-trick. Help to save the planet from the swindlers before it's too late!
A pensioner clobbered a burglar who came at him in his own home with a knife and the pensioner wasn't arrested by his local plod!!! Even more amazing, the burglar was sent down for 4½ years and his victim didn't even get a caution! Is this the first sign of the death of the New Labour Punish the Victim culture? Let us hope so.
The police are innocent, OK!
An immoral compass?
An immoral compass Part II
Taking advantage in a serious way
Another New Labour bright idea
Romiley Coin Shop has EIGHT dateless 2009 20p coins to sell. We note that one was sold on eBay this month for £7,100, so offers will have to be in this region.
8 ONLY! A one-time opportunity!
Apply to Romiley Coin Shop, 22 Riverside Drive
NOTES The coins are not "Sexton Blakes" made by grinding down the heads side of a 2009 coin and the tails side of a 2008 (or earlier) coin, and joining them invisibly.
The actress who played Mrs Slocombe in long-running BBC sitcom Are You Being Served? has died at 86. She served a long apprenticeship in repertory theatre before achieving TV success in the comedy series Hugh and I (a vehicle for Terry Scott and Hugh Lloyd) and as a gossipy character in the soap Coronation Street.
An American actor whose career lasted over 60 years has died at the amazing age of 97. Mr. Malden's stage career was interrupted by World War II. A new film career blossomed in the 1950s and 1960s in supporting roles, including an Oscar-winning part in A Streetcar Named Desire (1951); his well-broken schnozzle (a legacy of high school American crunch) ruled out being the leading man. He became a presence in British living rooms via his leading part in the TV cop show The Streets of San Francisco, which also brought Michael Douglas to our attention during the 5-season run in the 1970s. This self-confessed workaholic continued working in films and TV until 2000, and served 3 terms as a full-time president of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
The man who started the Vietnam war in 1961, and gave film-makers all sorts of opportunities for making masterpieces (or boring the pants of the customers if their name is Stone), has died at 93. 'Mac the Knife' was hated by all student radicals in the United States. In 1967, he told President Johnson that the war was unwinnable. His reward was the sack, a Presidential Medal of Freedom and the presidency of the World Bank.
This former star of the National Football League has been done to death at 36. The high point of his distinguished American crunch career was quarterbacking the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl 34, when they came up just one yard short of forcing a draw with the St. Louis Rams and sending the match into extra time. Although married with 4 children, Mr. McNair developed a relationship with a 20-year-old waitress, who became overwhelmed by jealousy and money problems. Murder/suicide seems to have been the consequence.
A footballer who became one of the English national side's more successful managers had died at 76. The son of a passionate Newcastle United supporter, Bobby Robson played for Fulham and West Brom, and he was picked for England 20 times. He scored his first successes as a manager with Ipswich Town, and took his team to wins in the FA cup in 1978 and the UEFA Cup in 1981.
Brown Economics 101 "There will be a growth in spending on public services year on year, and the fact that it will be ZERO-RATE growth for the foreseeable future in no way invalidates my claim."
Government swindle aimed at pensioners
Massive fines for swindlers
It's obvious, when you think about it
Bright ideas from abroad
My_Destiny by Douglas Gramin
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Brown Finger the opposite of the Midas Touch
A sickness of the Body Politick
World wasp-eating champion retains title
It's official! Drinking a third of a pint of milk a day will help you to live forever.
More money on the way down New Labour's drain
There's always a way!
"Independent" food watchdog with a government agenda
EDF, a French electricity company (Électricité de France), running a Green Britain Day? That has to have about as much credibility as Messerschmitt organizing a Spitfire fund!
"You've never had it so bad."
Labour Red the colour of embarrassment
Nice work if you can get it
New Labor is the party of uselessness
The existence of an eighth planet was predicted from its effect on the orbit of Uranus, and Neptune was located in 1846 by Johann Galle and Heinrich d'Arrest using calculations made by Joseph Le Verrier. Galileo also observed Neptune in 1613 when the planet was close to Jupiter, but cloudy skies prevented him from making enough observations to indicate that he had found a planet.
Dump all the old souvenirs, new ones are on the way
Those people who travelled to Penzance to view the 1999 total eclipse of the Sun will feel some sympathy for the people who travelled thousands of miles and paid a small fortune to get to China to see "The Eclipse of the Century", only to be defeated by storm clouds. Still, it was well covered on the Internet and by the usual suspects.
Jupiter clobbered again
Making money with our cash
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The great broadband swindle?
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The collapse of the National Express franchise running the East Coast Main Line trains is all down to Gordon Brown, the former chief executive of NE reckons. Richard Bowker made the mistake of believing the Brown claim that he had ended boom 'n' bust, Bowker build his business platform on growth predictions for passenger numbers which relied on the claim, and everything fell apart.
Fun for some!
How to spend other people's cash
Somehow, we find it very difficult to become upset by claims from terrorists, i.e. unreliable witnesses, that they were tortured in Pakistan and elsewhere abroad with the connivance of the British police and security services. So we're quite prepared to let the denials of the British government, more unreliable witnesses, create a one-all score draw.
A two-pronged demonstration of intent
Brown 'right' is dead wrong
Brown spots are for life
Blair to use "Gerrard Defence" at war crimes trial?
Death by politics
M. Jackson's creditors are so desperate for cash that they are planning to do a Lenin with him they're going to put his corpse on show at his much-mortgaged Neverland ranch for the curious to gawp at.
Half a Heil, then?
Don't sabotage the spooks
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