Some snippets from the Daily Mail obtained just this morning discuss the changed psychiatric guidelines regarding the chronological age of adolescence. It would seem our British cousins believe the timeframe for this period should be extended beyond the age of …Continue reading →
’Puter, You’re attributing too much foresight to Mr. D.P.A. McManus. The “Arabs” in “Oliver’s Army” are not the lumpen Muslims you talk about. The vast majority of that group have always been Subcontinental, the “blacks” or “Pakis” of the unlovely …Continue reading →
This is almost exactly ‘Puter’s beloved2001 Nissan Pathfinder, which really hasvery little to do with the point of this post. ‘Puter’s not a car guy. It’s not that ‘Puter doesn’t like cars, it’s just that he’s not the type that …Continue reading →
Dr. J. loves this interactive graph from the UK Guardian. The authors created a graph analyzing the reading level of the State of the Union report (or speech) since our nation’s founding using the Flesch-Kincaid readability test. The dots are …Continue reading →
We’re not saying where Amelia is… As far as dynasties go, the Plantagenets were certainly style over substance. Henry II contributed to codifying the law, but got away with murder. Yes, yes, we know all he said was, “I’m so …Continue reading →
Island Dweller writes in: Your immenseness: A carrier piegon from my esteemed associate currently in the Belly of the Beast has just landed bearing a message expressing wonderment at COMCENTCOM Allen’s prowess with a keyboard (and possibly another instrument). My …Continue reading →
Not that Doctor, Dr. J., and you know how he’ll light the torch! ZZZZZZZZAP! A broken clock is right twice a day and a bat-shit crazy one-world-government progressive type can sure throw a terrific party once every two years. Tonight …Continue reading →
St. Thomas More, in happier days.You know. Those days when heactually had a head. On this day in 1535, that rat-bastard Henry VIII of England had St. Thomas More beheaded on Tower Hill for the heinous crime of refusing to …Continue reading →
GorT and family took a trip to the UK recently – it was a great time and we all enjoyed the various (and typical) touristy sites in and around London. We saw various castles and palaces (Kensington, Buckingham, Tower of …Continue reading →
With Iran directly challenging the United Kingdom by seizing its embassy in Tehran and multiple hostages, you might be interested in some 13-year-old relationship Herman Cain may have had with the former drummer of Cream. No, wrong Ginger. Anyway, Iran …Continue reading →
There is a bit of a to-do happening across the pond with regards to climate change and the UK’s energy policies. In mid-November, the UK Secretary of State for Energy wrote a letter to Lord Lawson and Lord Turnbull regarding …Continue reading →
‘Puter has been up to his elbows in alligators at work of late, so posting has been light from him. What? Of course your Gormogons have side jobs. How else are we supposed to pay our bar tabs and keep …Continue reading →
Congratulations to the happy couple. Naturally, the Gormogons were invited to the wedding, and we were delighted to oblige when Princess Kate or whatever her name is asked us to take a group shot with the wedding party. You will …Continue reading →
Otherwise, we’d be having to manhunt the Czar in England. Why? The fair English rose at right would be a Czar magnet. Let’s go down the list of desiderata: • Cute Laura Hall, 20 Sure, cute enough. plus a low-cut …Continue reading →
Just imagine if the progressive whackjobs that ran Europe into the ground decided to get together, and form a Euro-supergroup, a rock band of megastars who would basically do it all over, but this time as one gasping grab at …Continue reading →
Scotland tends to think of itself as a near-independent country. It has its own government, flag, and bristles at the notion that it’s a hunk of land firmly incorporated into Great Britain, like Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Scotland is getting a …Continue reading →
Iran rips Britain, and Britain rips em right back. See, State Department? Thats how you send a message to the protestors. Promising that Twitter will stay open extra late doesnt do it. And BBC Persia? Great idea to help inspire …Continue reading →
Yeah, well, your first clue should have been the ridiculously low £20 fee. Details here. The Czar of MuscovyБожію Поспѣшествующею Милостію Мы, Дима Грозный Императоръ и Самодержецъ Всероссiйскiй, цѣсарь Московскiй. The Czar was born in the steppes of Russia in …Continue reading →
(Note: the following is by the inscrutable Mandarin, but posted by the Czar until that damn Volgi gets him his own account.)British Home Secretary Jacqui Smith has decided to ban radio talk-show host Michael Savage from entering the United Kingdom. …Continue reading →
Apparently, it snows in jolly old England. Who knew? During one such snow storm on 2 February 2009, only 30% of the public employees of the Crown Prosecution Service managed to make it in to work. For bravely battling the …Continue reading →
It occured to ‘Puter that the dirty, nasty, soapdodging hippies are a case study in dramatic irony. As the Womyn and Gender Issues Studies/Performance Art double majors surely have been taught at their pricey universities, dramatic irony occurs when the …Continue reading →
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