Monthly Archives: August 2011

Richard Dawkins Exposed: Part VI – His Illogical Intolerance

Do you consider everyone who disagrees with you to be a fool? Should people who believe that others ought to have the opportunity to formulate their own opinions be thought of as fools? Professor Dawkins seems to think so. Texas … Continue reading

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The magic of truth and lies (and iPods)

Impressive illusions with iPods…

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How much IS that doggy in the window?

This sign is on Congressman Ron Paul’s desk. It could be on any desk in any country. My two dogs had minor operations today. Both are doing fine and have just eaten heartily. I don’t mind the vet’s bill, but … Continue reading

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New blog design ideas wanted

I am thinking of having this blog redesigned. Any ideas, suggestions or improvements which could be made? I think the width should be reduced to make reading easier, and maybe one of the side columns removed. Do you find that … Continue reading

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The things they expect us to believe

Leg-iron likes to test how dumb some people are by telling them some ridiculous thing that he has made up and seeing if they believe him. Apparently, a lot of folk fall for his insistence that Roman roads were built … Continue reading

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Who are the ‘Bigots’ in the ‘Gay Marriage’ Debate?

This has to be one of the saddest sights in the world, indicating a union of two people of the same sex who are settling for a fake life together, denying themselves the joy of true marriage, children and grandchildren. … Continue reading

Posted in Authoritarianism, Homosexuality, Politics, SNP, Social Engineering, Tolerance, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , | 98 Comments

The Riots, their far-reaching consequences, the blame, the solution

It’s about time I blogged on the rioting. It seems to be quite a complex issue with potentially far-reaching consequences, one of which is the further undermining of the freedom of the internet. Social networking sites were used to organise … Continue reading

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Now 60W light bulbs to be banned

The European Union seems determined to take the continent back to the Dark Ages – literally – as the ban on the manufacture of 60 watt incandescent light bulbs comes into force at the end of the month. A couple … Continue reading

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2011 Blog Awards

It’s that time of year again – actually, it seems later than usual – when Total Politics gives us the chance to vote for our favourite bloggers. This year you can also vote for your favourite blog writers and political … Continue reading

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Weird Laws From Around the World

I will be writing about more serious stuff later, of which there seems to be an abundance at the moment, but we all need a laugh, whatever’s going on. One of my favourite things to do on the internet is … Continue reading

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