The news story in the link suggests that the leader of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, has 3 wives and has just fathered a child by another woman.
And he is the president.
Apparently, Zulus, of which he is one, practise polygamy.
So, problem solved – if John Terry explains that he is a Zulu and this is expected of him, we can carry on regardless.
Just in case you didn’t realise how useless our current government is – they have allowed a situation to develop where we could have power black-outs in the UK within a few years.
Though if the recession gets much worse then industry will use less, people will less be able to afford it so will use less, and all will be good 🙂
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From what the newspapers say, it seems that John Terry has been having extra-marital relations with one of his England team-mates partners.
Hull fans last night were not too impressed. Perhaps a little infantile, but well, my sense of humour is willing to go down-hill – footballers are hardly upstanding members of society usually.
Some were quite predictable such as “Terry, Terry, where’s your wife”
And “Ashley, Ashley, watch your wife”
But my favourite by far was “Mrs Bridge is going down”
Wait a minute though…if that was me who was lucky enough to have had relations with two hot women – I would get a slap on the back. I would get kudos. So why the clamour for John Terry to resign as England captain?
If you ask me, he should run for Prime Minister. Alternatively he should be given a peerage so he can sit in the House of Lords.
There is a precedent – remember Bill Clinton?
Now according to House of Fraser junk e-mail I received, this catching ornamental birdcage is the perfect present for someone on Valentine’s Day.
It can also be used as a hurricane lantern for pillar candles.
What the fuck?
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So Gordon Brown has promised a referendum on parliamentary reform.
Is this the same kind of referendum promise as the referendum on the European Constitution?
I really do not know why I bother.
Well quite often I don’t bother, especially on a Friday.
Today I chased an internal department for an answer to something, which yes might be a little time consuming, might take them 30 minutes or so when most of my queries to them take about 2 minutes.
But my original request was dated 23rd March 2009. It is 2nd February 2010. I think this is the 7th time I have chased.
Granted I have an e-mail dated 24th September 2008 that I am yet to respond to, but I spent the best part of two days in 2008 only to conclude that there was no debt to recover, just a myriad of time-consuming credit notes to raise, hence I am ignoring it.
Come September 2010, I can write-off the whole balance on this particular account.
If of course I still do this job. Which clearly I don’t want to. And haven’t wanted to for quite some time now. Motivation is low, but I still achieve. Just a little less than when I was motivated.
I blame the recession. It persuades people to stay in their current role, as it is safer, so therefore there are less other open positions to be able to apply for. And means that people enjoy their same old jobs less, and are less motivated to do a good job.
I better go collect some more debt.
Guess what I voted for?!
I’ll give you a clue, it wasn’t Mango.
My original long-term prediction of a cold and snowy February, made many months ago, may have got off to a surprisingly accurate start.
However I now need to amend it however as milder (and wetter) weather is likely to be the dominant force for the next 7-10 days.
But I am still sticking to my guns for the remainder of the month, with much colder weather from around 10th-14th onwards.
I do fancy a relatively dry start to Spring, though a wet and warm May. And summer? Much drier than the last few years for most of it (probably one wet month, most likely July), but far from the 2004 heat-wave.