Written Tourette's Syndrome
Because I can ...
My Blog Therapy ...
not to be confused with financial sensible advice ....
Mr Grumpy here....
We are having a 3 week lockdown in the Isle of Man as a result of the new Covid-19 strain and I'm trying to lay low and keep my mouth shut mainly;
.... as I'm becoming resentful … more
Or .... a rainbow always follows a storm.. 🤪
In biology ... chaos (think natural disaster - there are a few around 😁) always benefits an ecosystem
In chemistry, La Chateliers Principle says that … more
The FT report today .....
"Bitcoin tumbles back to $30,000 in volatile trading"
From an all time high over the weekend of $35,000 ... Is that bad news!? OR reason to avoid crypto$!?
Back in 2017/1 … more
.. to think about what you intend to say!? Duh!
You should have thought about that before you started talking...
That's all .... more
This is a very quick one and concerns the objectivity of the news we are subjected to day in and day out!
It's OK for people to have opinions; this is why we have blogs ....
But PLEASE .... if you … more
snoscunts = dozy fuckers
I probably need to put some context around this as it is a bit vulgar I know so my apologies for that.
It popped out of my head from nowhere during a whatsapp rant to some … more
Haiku is a form of Japanese poetry.
A haiku uses just a few words to capture a moment and create a picture in the reader's mind.
And it turns out that a good and always very understated (unlike me) … more
2020 has been a strange year for all of us.
For me, who has always been into music and listening to tunes - intimately and not just on the radio - for at least 2 hours every day, it has allowed me … more
I cancelled my ft.com subscription today mainly because of a lack of balance re covid-19 reporting - which most of the mainstream media are guilty of.However, I did like the article "The kids aren’t … more
SAGE (Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies); my arse!
More like "Stupid Arses Gouge Economy"
Oh, and how they laughed at the acronym!
This paper republished in the British Medical Journal on 7 … more