Well, in 2002, the last year that RoSPA compiled statistics, 8,364 people suffered domestic electrical and radiation accidents in the UK. The fact that electricity is manifestly more dangerous than mephedrone hasn’t stopped politicians of all parties climbing enthusiastically aboard the moral panic bandwagon over the deaths, “possibly” and “partly” caused by the drug, of two […]
Never let it be said that He’s Spartacus shies away from tackling the serious issues in life head on.
I invested in a new rug yesterday. I regret to report, however, that I got it home and discovered it is just wrong on every conceivable level. It would, I have decided, suit the apartment of a homosexual drug dealer. Ah well, I shall just have to heave a sigh of resignation and return to […]
It seems the Obama administration will leave no stone unturned (or should that be no turn unstoned?) in the search for a fix in Afghanistan. Obama team tries to hash out new plan for Afghanistan An interesting alternative to smacking down the Taliban, I suppose. Badoom….tish!
I am jolted awake by the sound of the driver’s disembodied voice over the public address. “Customers….advised that we are….Morden station….terminates here.” His voice reeks of the indifference of the bored and thwarted, suggesting to me that he once had big plans for his future, and that sitting eight hours a day staring down a […]