Posted: October 28, 2010 in Personal, Politics
Cherie Blair, wife of Former Prime Minister Tony Blair, has seven homes, a high paying job, and reportedly is a multi-millionaire, but recently went to Ebay to sell her husband’s autograph…for only £10.
As if these scum sucking leeches haven’t got enough money, which they earnt by taking this counrty to the dogs.
One thing that has always bugged me about this pair is that Cherie Blair as a Barrister sued the Government on numerous occasions making millions in the process paid for by the Tax Payer of this Country while her husband was Prime Minister.
Now that’s loyalty for you.
As an F1 racing fan I got up at stupid o’clock this morning to watch the Korean Grand Prix, okay so it was a little wet, but as the pictures from the pit lane showed we have seen them race in worse conditions, I mean after all that is what they are paid for.
But the tactical whingeing from both drivers and team managers was disgraceful; we want to see the best driver win the World Championship on the track, not the best tactical whinger. They should of been allowed to race no matter what the conditions then if they are too scared to carry on they can pull off in to the pit and park the car but suffer the consequences to their title bid. Then it’s all down to the talent of the drivers.Red Bull’s off track tactics were the worse, but they say what goes around comes around and the F1 God, made them suffer for there tactical whingeing, with Mark Webber running out of talent and Sebastian Vetell’s car being struck down by mechanical failure. “Red Bull Gives You Wings” well their Drivers Championship chances have just got wings and flown out the window and quite rightly so.
I must commend Martin Brundel for giving a real racing drivers perspective in an honest and even handed manner. Thanks Martin.
Posted: October 26, 2010 in Entertainment, Personal, Politics
One to watch The Ghost, with a story line I belive is very close to truth. An unremarkable ghost-writer has landed a lucrative contract to redact the memoirs of Adam Lang (Tony Blair), the former UK Prime Minister. After dominating British politics for years, Lang (Blair) gets embroiled in a major scandal with the International Court of Justice in the Hauge wanting to pursue Lang (Blair) for war crimes (I live in hope).
I won’t give away the whole story but this film is an edgy atmospheric and enthralling thriller and if Tony Blair at any time in the future suffers the same fate as Lang in the film then I personally will not be at all sorry and justice will have been served.
The film stars:
The world’s greatest sporting events are coming to London! Tickets for the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games will go on sale in 2011. But the British Tax payer has according to press reports has already paid an estimated £9.325 billion for the 2012 games so shouldn’t the tickets be FREE to the British Tax payer.
Do not get me wrong though, the Olympics is a fantastic sporting event. It brings countries and sportsmen from around the world together. It usually instils national pride in the host country but haven’t we already paid enough.
Seb Coe, sorry Lord Sebastian Coe, may think he and his committee has done a great job but they haven’t exactly had been frugal with the British Tax payers money, the controversial childlike 2012 logo took almost a year to create and cost £400,000 that is an absolute disgrace.
If you are like me and keep all your software up to date with the latest version, living on the bleeding edge of Technology then heed my warning. DO NOT upgrade to QuickBooks 2010, on the box it says “Runs on Windows 7/Xp/Vista / Integrates with Excel, Word and Outlook” and next to Outlook you will see, but only if your eyesight is really good, the smallest No 2 they could print.
So then you follow the 2 down to the notes which are in even smaller print: “Refer to Integration/Compatibility section in System Requirements on inside of box for detailed information”. which is really handy as the box is wrapped in cellophane and I don’t think PC World will take kindly to ripping off it to have a look. QuickBooks 2010 is not compatible with Outlook 2010, only Outlook 2003 and 2007, a little bit behind the times I would say.
Intuit Support is based in India, now there is a surprise. I resent the fact that perfectly acceptable UK based Jobs were exported to these forigen countries, we are in a recession isn’t it about time these jobs came back to the UK to support our economy.
Failure is not an option — it comes bundled with QuickBooks 2010
The ‘X’ Factor now appears to be deciding the immigration policy of this country, Gamu Nhengu and her family should be dealt with by the Government of the day, not an ‘X’ Factor phone vote, Facebook page, Twitter Tweet or YouTube video. Gamu, if your looking for sympathy you will find it in the dictionary between shit and syphilis.
As for Keith Brown of the Scotish National Party who puports to work for his consituants, surley he has more pressing issues to deal with as an MSP, hasn’t he? Better to remain silent and be thought to be a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.
Everyone on X Factor has a story or is a victim of something or other because it makes for so called good TV. God must love stupid people. He made so many !!
Posted: October 16, 2010 in Personal
My name is David Blyth and this is my Blog.
I belive there ain’t no Heaven and there ain’t no Hell, live life on the principle that we have only one so make the most of it.
Remember just before you die, your life will flash before your eyes… so make sure its worth watching, but I intend to live forever. So far so good!
My favorite sayings:
- Don’t piss me off! I’m running out of places to hide the bodies.
- Light travels faster than sound, which is why you appeared bright until you spoke.
- If winning isn’t everything why do they keep score.
- Foreign Aid: The transfer of money from poor people in rich countries to rich people in poor countries
- War does not determine who is right, only who is left
- Politicians and nappies have one thing in common, they should both be changed regularly, and for the same reason.
Freedom of speech is one of the most precious of the rights of man so if you don’t like what I have to say on my blog, Google Off!