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Wednesday, 1 January 2014

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i didn't post much last year i hope to fix that this year

Monday, 16 January 2012

fabled manifesto: manifesto

it seams clear to me that politicians don't have a clue and so I'm starting the fabled manifesto with my ideas on how to get the country if not the world running better and I'm starting my manifesto with a new law about manifestos

when a political party rights it's manifesto it should set a target for each department (along with how the target is to be measured) to be achieved by 6 months before the end of there term and if they fail to achieve a target the party gets a fine to be added to the budget of the department they let down

this should make manifestos more realistic and clearer to the voting public.

Saturday, 7 January 2012

fabled apocalypse


so not long to go now till the apocalypse which all the best scientific minds agree will happen at midnight 31 of December i don't know in what time zone that is. also no one rely agree on what type of  apocalypse we are facing
we beater start prepping for our new post-apocalyptic lives
so here my if i had £2000 to prep prepare for life after the apocalypse
first thing first we should do some research now you but i can't find any post-apocalyptic survival guides on amazon ( i am actually shocked by this) so we are going to have to make do by watching post-apocalyptic movies

Mad Max Trilogy 7.99 important lessons to learn from this STAY AWAY FROM TINA TURUER
Tank Girl 2.99 important lessons to learn from this try and find a tank
Waterworld 4.19 important lessons to learn from if the world is flooded get a boat instead of a tank
now let tool up
Celestron Skymaster 25X70 Porro Prism Binocular 84.99
Gelert Global 80+15L Rucksack 69.99
Leatherman MUT EOD Military Utility Tool179.99 (can you tell i've started to think i set the budget to high)
Mil-Tec US Jungle Hammock Mosquito Net Camping Olive 41.99
Mountain Hardwear Sleeping Bag 679.99 (that should cut the budget down to size)
Kookaburra Blade 750 Cricket Bat 49.99 the proper english tool of killing mutants, gang members and mutants gang members.
Roughneck 65636 Sledge Hammer 16lb 45.14 who has time to pick locks
Makita ZMAK-DCS9010-74 740mm/ 30-inch 90cc 2 Stroke Petrol Chainsaw 681.07  because if your hand get cut off you need something to replace it with
S Style Green Jerry Can Metal Construction 20 Litre 21.65
Draper 43904 Fuel Transfer Syphon Pump 8.92
Fly London Men's Sheen Boot 110.27 because they have Buckles
CyberloxShop Cyber Goggles Metallic Silver £9.49 just because everyone is dead don't mean you can't still look cool

Monday, 26 December 2011

z is for fabled zeitgeist

z is for zeitgeist.  i think the word zeitgeist sometimes get misused as meaning fashionable or popular where zeitgeist means "the spirit of the times" fashion is something people try to keep up with but it is more important to stay open to the zeitgeist rather than mindlessly following fashion.

i know that today post was a bit short and a bit philosophical but this is what happen if i try to wright about something  beginning with z

now go by a fabled mug i guaranty there not fashionable

Sunday, 25 December 2011

Y is for fabled Yule-time

Y is for Yule-time aka Christmas aka blogmas aka today
HAPPY BLOGMAS EVERYONE 
 now because I'm lazy heres some Christmas stuff other people have posted on you tube




Saturday, 24 December 2011

x is for fabled x-factor

x is for x-factor well it had to be really because i don't have much to say about x-rays.

i don't think i will surprise you when a say i don't like this show or any of this generation of "talent" show that have spawned from Popstars
the first reason i don't like these shows is the lack of song writing I'm assuming that even if a singer song writer did turn up for the x-factor auditions they wood still be made to regurgitate the songs of others instead of  showing off  the full rang of there talent
at this point i feel the need to bring up MobileAct unsigned/Orange unsignedAct which did have real bands on who wrote songs and played instruments (including some friends of my brother hence why i watched the first series) but the show was a bit shit and if i remember right did evan show the full songs

the second reason i don't like these shows is judges who get paid (probably an obscene amount) to pull faces and make rued comments while unpaid contestants provide most of the shows contents

i could probably come up with more if i watch these shows but i don't so i'll move on to the main i hate x-factor. you can't avoid it ,i don't watch but i still know what happens on it because for some reason it gets reported on the news as well as repotting on every detail of the contestants lives and emergency  news flashes whenever simon cowell farts

Friday, 23 December 2011

w is for fabled whereabouts

when it snows heavily in the uk the whole country grinds to a halt and being the fabled idiot i of course think i can solve the problem (or at lest ease it)
when it snows heavily the first thing reported on is the amount of schools that are not opening because the teachers can't get it but i think it's important to note most of the kids wood have no problem getting to there school in the snow because the kids need to live near the school to get a place there so the question is why shouldn't  a teacher have to live in the catchment area to get a job there?
or for that matter why shouldn't most jobs have a catchment area?
and if they did wouldn't regain some of that community spirit I'm tolled we had in the good old days
wouldn't a local employer not be more inclined to get involved in local education if it was improving the next generation of employes wouldn't they care more about local health care if they know it gave them a healthier  work force.

and on top of all that wouldn't the pressure to the country's infrastructure be significantly less if people lived nearer to where they work