They whispered in dark corners and went out late at night and conspired and conspired but the emperor Claudius knew they were up to something.

8 July 2010

I’m still a busy little bee working away and retagging old posts. I’m now up to September 2006. That’s only another four years to go and I’ll be up to date! errr, that’s a lot of posts.

Tis odd though, going though my life back then, I posted a lot more, for one thing. And about such randomness. I mean, I always suspected you lot were insane to come here and read this, but reading back through the archives confirms my suspicion. You crazy fools!

Also, have been casually being keeping up to date on the escapades of Raoul Moat over in England and shaking my head a lot. First of all, the craziness of his actions. But also, the people who know him seem to have no problem heading off to the tabloids and moaning and griping about him. Hello people! you are insulting a crazy[1] dude with a gun, who has already shot people, and is living in the woods! Ever think that maybe you’d wait til he was arrested and behind bars before putting yourselves on the firing line.

And while I’m mentioning criminals, can I just let you all know that when I take over running the world all these crazy suspended sentences will be suspended no longer and you’ll be behind bars like you deserve!


  1. this is a different sort of crazy to what readers of this blog are. I hope.

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2 Responses

  1. Harlequin says:

    What have you got against suspended sentences? It's an excellent incentive to keep out of trouble for a period of time and if conditions are breached, it can easily be re-entered and bam! Locked up. Or not, depending on the judge and the type of breach.

    • Fence says:

      Because there should be some punishment, and then there is the fact that a lot of them have been going around telling people that they got away with it. Technically they didn't, but that is how it is perceived.