Saturday, 14 December 2013

E Rider


You don't ride drunk, but you don't have to give a breath or blood test when using an E-Rider electric scooter.

E Rider


The E-Rider is the perfect environmentally friendly and economic transport for anybody aged 14 or over. You don't need a licence, road tax or insurance.

Sunday, 24 March 2013

Electro Angst Unlimited - Pretending Not to Care

When I look into those eyes
how they cut me down to size
And when you shoot me with that smile
I feel the urge to run a mile
What I'm feeling's really new
last night I woke up with you
What destroyed my self-esteem
was finding it was just a dream

Why hath thou foresaken me?
You've got me running scared
These days I spend all my time
pretending not to care
Ducking every situation
watching what I say
Just to make sure I don't give
this childish game away

Now you're in the danger zone
I'd prefer to be alone
When your body's next to mine
a million volts race down my spine
I wish I could let you know
but I can't even say hello
Let alone explain the real
lovesick impulse that I feel

Why hath thou foresaken me?
You've got me running scared
These days I spend all my time
pretending not to care
Ducking every situation
watching what I say
Just to make sure I don't give
this childish game away

I'll go to their stupid dance
just so I might get the chance
to exchange a second glance
pull myself out of this trance
I just failed to understand
there's a queue to hold your hand
When he kissed you yes my heart
slowly tore itself apart

Why hath thou foresaken me?
You've got me running scared
These days I spend all my time
pretending not to care
Ducking every situation
watching what I say
Just to make sure I don't give
this childish game away

I'm too young to understand what love is
I'm too young to understand what love is
I'm too young to understand what love is
I'm too young to understand what love is

Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Jesse Ventura makes a compelling argument (yet again)

The brilliant Jesse Ventura makes a coherent and convincing argument for the right to bear arms. I thought this was something that may be of interest to liberal-minded people,enjoy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxNenz7q_eY

Monday, 26 November 2012

Ice-T on gun control

I first discovered Ice-T back in 1998/99 on MTV (yeh that's right they played music on mtv in those days) when I was just starting to develop my own tastes in rap, heavy metal and music in general. The main bands that I enjoyed back in high school (much to the dismay of my parents) were Prince, Led Zeppelin, Guns n Roses, NWA, Motley Crue and Aerosmith, but most of all I loved Body Count. Body Count were fronted by Ice-T, the band produced hip hop records that made eminem look like Eamon Holmes. The most notable Body Count track being Cop Killer which was eventually withdrawn by Time Warner due to pressure from Al-Gore's wife, as she disliked the records "anti-police sentiment and interpretation of women". However Ice-T did not let this derail his career and his immense talent was not confined to the music world. He has proven himself to be one of hollywood's top actors along with his television role on Law & Order SVU. So it was with particular delight that I discovered this clip on youtube that shows Ice-T's views on gun control to be exactly the same as my own. In this clips he comes across as eloquent, intelligent, brave, handsome and charismatic. Like daniel in the lions den, he puts himself in front of the medias cameras to present an unpopular point of view, for which he will undoubtedly suffer mud slinging and personal insults from mainstream political "commentators" like Michael Moore and Johann Hari . Ice-T you've still got!!!!!!!!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GwIbyp4xBU

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Chapin's Inferno - a Wandering Couldron of Politically Incorrect Commentary...

All I'll say about this channel is that regardless of whether or not you agree with Bernard, his observations on culture, politics and history are almost certain to engage the brain and provoke a level of thought that could not be found elsewhere (minor qualification - you must have a functioning brain to start with, don't blame me if you're not smart enought to get this guy).

Anyway, I'm fortunate enough in that I agree with the Inferno some three quarters of the time, the exceptions perhaps being on minutae of social policy where I'm bound to have the occasional conflict with a Conservative-Libertarian hybrid. Even in those areas of genuine disagreement, Bernard articulates his point in such a way that demands thought and a considered response, which immediately places him at a higher level than most in terms of serious social and political commentary, including a great many who are well paid to churn out re-hashed nonsense to the already converted (this reminds me, is Johann Hari 'working' again?).

A classic litmus test of liberal instinct is that the individual holds genuine bigotry and its supposed enemy, politcal correctness, with equal contempt. In that regard, Bernard certainly ticks the box.

The biggest single thing I like about Bernard is HE HAS BALLS. Having been a bit of a pussy in the past myself, I appreciate this is easier said than done, but I wish more of us would have the courage to stand up to conventional wisdom and disregard the churlish names that we might get called as a result. Nobody has to prove that they 'care' by supporting increased state activity. There is of course a completely rational argument that the over-taxation of low-earners, allied to a welfare monster that cultivates idleness and dependancy, actually hurts those 'little people' the state is supposed to 'care' about.

Of course I care about low-earning people, since unlike many mainstream Statists, I've actually been one of them. Staring at the meagre number at the bottom of a payslip, then seeing the rather large number under 'deductions' is a demoralising experience, and, frankly, it fucking sucks.

I know it's linked at the bottom of the page, but this guy and his channel are well worth a go - let us know your thoughts. Take care and I'll catch you soon.

Chapin's Inferno - a Wandering Couldron of Politically Incorrect Commentary