Charles Manson to be Next PM Under AV
Using impeccable logic, the ‘No to AV’ campaign alleges that, in an election comprising:
• Nick Griffin,
• Nick Clegg and
• Charles Manson,
Charles Manson would become the Prime Minister if the Alternative Vote system were to be used, despite Beelzebub getting more votes than anyone.
V&A Museum Rips off Public
Hay bought some thank you cards from the V&A Museum a while ago.
This weekend she had cause to use them, only to discover that the cards are too large for the envelopes.
Were things like this in Victoria and Albert’s day?
Chairman Bill wonders whether the Metropolitan Police’s assurance that the policing of the Royal wedding will be robust means the foreign dignitaries will be kettled.
The Chairman’s faith in restorative justice has been boosted by a story concerning a gourmet restaurant in a British prison, which is turning out fully qualified chefs.
Restorative justice is not for everyone, but for many it can be an avenue of escape from a vicious circle of crime, with benefits for society. A win-win scenario.
Philistines Vote Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 2 as Favourite Classical Track
A bunch of Philistines who wouldn’t know a Rachmaninov from a Lady Gaga, unless it was in a film, have voted Rachmaninov piano concerto 2 – known to them as the theme from Brief Encounter – as their favourite classical piece.
Apropos of which: