This Week in guinness & Mcdonald’s Anger management Classes
“On my wall is the Daily Express front page of September 5 1945 and the words: “I write this as a warning to the world.” So began Wilfred Burchett’s report from Hiroshima. It was the scoop of the century. For his lone, perilous journey that defied the US occupation authorities, Burchett was pilloried, not least by his embedded colleagues. He warned that an act of premeditated mass murder on an epic scale had launched a new era of terror.
Almost every day now, he is vindicated. The intrinsic criminality of the atomic bombing is borne out in the US National Archives and by the subsequent decades of militarism camouflaged as democracy. The Syria psychodrama exemplifies this.” John Pilger
“Don’t make me assume my ultimate form.”
“I ordered a Guinness… I haven’t had sex for 6 f%$$ing months.”
“She treats her womb like a clown car.”
Olympian mistaken for whale hunter
Olympian mistaken for whale hunter.
London 2012 shotgun champion Peter Wilson has been accused of illegal whale hunting while travelling to the World Championships in Peru.
And now for some anger management classes in how not to behave if you don’t get your chosen beverage or food options…
Random Camp lynx of the week… courtesy of Mr Sheridan…
Wouldn’t it be great if we all did this? Then we could all stop contributing to the ‘noise’ of the internet…
Yes Wil, you are part of this noise…