Category Archives: Economics

People Are Strange

To avoid stressful incidents such as the ones that peppered my day throughout Friday I have come up with the perfect plan for Saturday. It involves not leaving home, watching documentaries, cooking bolognese (almost ready) and eschewing all contact with … Continue reading

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Falling Down

The outside world is a wanker. A massive wanker populated by irritating fuckwits and bollockheads. It’s also full of surprise rainfall. The outside world can go suck a bag of dicks. I had to do a couple of chores. Annoying … Continue reading

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LEGend

Yesterday’s SleepFest (c) has been followed by a more awake but hardly less sedate day. The good news is that the pains in my stomach have virtually receded. Or transferred themselves to elsewhere, more like as my left leg is … Continue reading

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The Suckiest Bunch Of Sucky Stuff Since The Last Big Bunch Of Sucky Stuff

Wednesday sucks. Which is convenient as I have only one thing to say to Wednesday – ‘Suck it, you shitty wanker of a day.” Coughing all night until I finally managed to sleep at something like six in the morning … Continue reading

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Notes On Being Cool

Barber’s shops and cafes. What does my city do? It does barber’s shops and cafes. As though there were a burgeoning hipster culture being smuggled up through the debris of flailing High Street brands and tourism. Barber’s shops and cafes … Continue reading

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Article 50 Shades Darker

There are those who voted for the UK to leave the European Union in last year’s referendum for perfectly valid personally political reasons. I may not agree with their conclusions but respect that if they researched and understood how specific … Continue reading

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Pressure Drop

  Riddle me this (or don’t because you’re an autonomous being in your own right and don’t have to do what I say. Who the heck am I to be giving out the orders anyway? I must have ideas above … Continue reading

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