Donald Toilet Paper
Business Culture

Donald Boosts Global Economy

Who said The Donald would be bad for the economy ? With the incessant barrage of doom and gloom being reported at the moment, we thought it's about time something positive was reported in the press. Since Donald has become POTUS, a cottage industry has exploded around him with literally hundreds (possibly thousands, we haven't counted) of companies producing Donald branded merchandise. PANTS Our personal favourite are these amazing pants.
Frank de Boer at Crystal Palace
Football

Crystal Palace Signs Jesus Christ

If other reports in the press are anything to go by, it appears Crystal Palace have just signed Jesus Christ, Mother Theresa and the Dalai Lama as their new manager, such is the excitement around Selhurst Park and the expectations of the Dutchman Frank de Boer, after his arrival. With modern football being as it is, I can just hope that he is given the time which is obviously needed
Big-Brother-Is-Watching
Computing Internet

Finally A Free VPN

If you are angered and worried that governments and their agencies can see everything you do online, you should be. It is a clear violation of a persons right to privacy but to get around such things has always required money and possibly some IT knowledge but not any more. Hats off to Swiss startup Proton for now providing a free and fully functional VPN service. Needless to say, they
Labour Party Split
News Politics

Pass me another Labour Party, this one’s split

On writing the blog post I always wanted to write and how Seema Chandwani wrote it instead The UK Labour Party has been reborn, and this time it is as a straightforward democratic Socialist party under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn. The personal battles he has faced, the insults and assaults on his character and his politics have been relentless during the 2017 GE campaign.  I suppose we should have
Echo-Chambers
Poetry Politics

Echo Chambers

It’s too easy to hate, to say with screams, to find alt-solutions in final extremes, your volume racked up In your echo chamber, Knowing your hatred Reverbs beyond there; Too may such rooms, with men pushing in these are the places where the end begins.