Monday, 28 January 2008

Another Slant on Nibbling Nobby's Nuts.

Sent to me from England. Anonymous author.

Woman jailed for testicle attack .
A woman who ripped off her ex-boyfriend's testicle with her bare hands has been sent to prison. Amanda Monti, 24, flew into a rage when Geoffrey Jones, 37, rejected her advances at the end of a house party, Liverpool Crown Court heard. She pulled off his left testicle and tried to swallow it, before spitting it out. A friend handed it back to Mr Jones saying: "That's yours." Monti admitted wounding and was jailed for two-and-a-half years. 'Pulled hard' Sentencing Monti, Judge Charles James said it was "a very serious injury" and that Monti was not acting in self-defence. The court heard that Mr Jones had ended his long-term but "open relationship" with Monti towards the end of May last year. The pair remained on good terms and on 30 May she picked him up from a party in Crosby and went back for drinks with friends at Mr Jones's house. An argument ensued and Mr Jones said there was a struggle between them. In his statement, Mr Jones said she grabbed his genitals and "pulled hard". I am in no way a violent person Amanda Monti He added: "That caused my underpants to come off and I found I was completely naked and in excruciating pain." The court heard that a friend saw Monti put Mr Jones's testicle into her mouth and try to swallow it. She choked and spat it back into her hand before the friend grabbed it and gave it back to Mr Jones. Doctors were unable to re-attach the organ. In a letter to the court, Monti said she was sorry for what she had done. She said: "It was never my intention to cause harm to Geoff and the fact that I have caused him injury will live with me forever. I am in no way a violent person." The letter added: "I have challenged myself to explain what has happened but still I just cannot remember. This has caused much anguish to me and will do for the rest of my life."

Sunday, 27 January 2008

FAT OBESE MOTHERS Do Conceive Fat Unhealthy Babies.

Fat babies are made to order, by fat mothers, 'that's right'. You fat kids can blame your mother for your weight problems. like pigging out on Trans fat fried Chook and Mac Greaseburgers.

The Mothers diet shapes her child's future.

AUSTRALIAN scientists have made the world-first discovery that a pregnant woman's diet determines whether her baby grows into a fat adult or a skinny one.
The research suggests women who are overweight before they fall pregnant, and during it, may condemn their children to a life of overeating and obesity.
It reveals that a mother's diet during pregnancy affects the baby's brain circuits, determining appetite and energy expenditure in their offspring.
This suggests that mothers should think twice about overindulging, or using the excuse that they're eating for two during pregnancy.
Unlike previous studies, the groundbreaking work highlights the pre-natal period as a critical time for programming of post-natal and adult appetite.
It found that even before a woman falls pregnant, she is potentially programming a child's future appetite.
The major finding is the dramatic increase in body fat in offspring of overweight and obese mothers.
Mothers fed a high-fat diet had offspring that were heavier, with more body fat and altered appetite regulators in the brain, meaning they overate.
The results are supported by a study published in the British Journal of Nutrition last year. It found that mothers who eat junk food during pregnancy may produce children who crave the same foods.
The study was particularly relevant, given that about 30 per cent of mothers enter pregnancy in an overweight or obese condition.
The study was conducted using overweight female rats who mated with healthy males. The females continued to be fed a high-fat Western diet during and after pregnancy.
The mums were overeating for that whole period, and the offspring were a third heavier than the rats fed a low-fat diet. The brain pathways regulating appetite in rats were similar to those in humans, suggesting similar trends could be expected in people.
It has become accepted that a woman's diet during pregnancy impacted on the fetus. Also it is now known that obesity during pregnancy more often than not causes gestational diabetes and high blood pressure.
Although nutritional needs were high during pregnancy, women should not be "eating for two''.
The study of mothers who were already overweight before they fell pregnant also found their offspring were showing signs of developing diabetes at a young age.
The findings are particularly relevant for overweight mothers, highlighting the importance of maintaining a normal weight before and during pregnancy.
Further research will examine how methods of intervention during breastfeeding can reverse bad nutritional habits and overeating.
The study sent a powerful message to women planning to fall pregnant.
They need to get their weight under control before conceiving, and those who are pregnant need to have minimum weight-gain during pregnancy.
Their babies are more likely to have a high birth weight. This then leads to lifestyle diseases such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease.'

It has been suggested by eminent contributors to this blog site, that, paunchy beer swilling over weight fathers would contribute to the 'Lard' Factor, thus enhancing the chances that a overweight child would be born. However, a fat obese prospective mother copulating with a 100 per cent healthy male would make no difference to her chances that the Bub would be less over weight.

Thursday, 24 January 2008

Should Fat People in Australia be Paid to Lose Weight.

Should fat people in Australia be paid to lose weight?

Fat people will be offered cash incentives to lose weight and take exercise as part of a new Government strategy to tackle the obesity epidemic, which could ultimately cost the NHS in Great Britain £50bn a year to treat.
Should overweight people be paid to lose weight? I think not, Stick them with a pin and watch them float off somewhere or anywhere, their early demise will save the taxpayers millions in pension payouts.
Employers will be encouraged to set up competitions with cash, vouchers and other rewards for people taking up a healthier lifestyle.
Similar schemes have worked in the US, while private medical insurance companies in Britain are already offering discounts to people who regularly go to the gym.
Should the overweight be paid to slim? Should employers monitor their employees' fitness regimes?
What is the best way to encourage people to lead a healthier lifestyle?
Vest Say's, "How about a Weight Tax, with no rebates for Anorectics "
Or should we allow them to wallow and swallow at the trough regardless.
Or maybe a family exchange program with the Sudan Government, problem there is the fat Aussies could end up in the pot.
Suggestions please.

Tuesday, 22 January 2008

Back to the swing of things.

SO the festivities have abated and the visitors have returned home, only one more crazy day to go 'Australia Day Jan 26; before we muster strength to cope with the arrival thousands of Easter bunnies a la Cadbury and Nestle.
First of all on OZ Strayer day, ask as many people as possible; particularly Aussies, " How many stars are there on the OZ Flag"? or make it harder the number of points on the stars of said flag, last year I received the correct answers from one in every eight enquiries.
I am attracting a heap of visitors according to my stats. but comments are sparse. However, its the Quality of my callers I enjoy; the regulars and those with whom I share a common bond, blogging has cemented some great relationships.
Not altogether smooth sailing during the past 19 days, when on Thurs 3 inst I decided to take a tumble in the shower, whereby an re enactment of 'psycho ' took place, when I cracked my right shin bone (dead centre) among other bruises. Lots of blood, pain and throb throb throb, fortunately I was the the only person in the house at the time when I let go a barrage of well known foul expletives; some being those I had learned during my Naval career.
After a jab and a gutful of antibiotics I am close to recovery, although some pain remains. but fortunately my right knee (operated on in Sept) survived the crash.
Friday 18, went to the club, looking forward to a peaceful w/end after the Xmas mayhem., returned to empty house at 1145pm, but not for long. approx midnight - yes bloody midnight of all times, Number 4 son with wife and two daughters arrive unannounced for the weekend.
Rosemary and I mustered up our last remaining vestiges of diplomacy and dignity and welcomed them. so that was the quiet w/e gone out the door, not sure when the next opportunity will present itself, this Friday we have # 5 sons two children to keep us happy over the w/e.
Welcome to my website, Debbie. Debbie is my niece from Portsmouth England.
Everyone have a cool and wonderful Australia Day W/end, and if you hail from the top end, have a warm cuddly W/end.

Saturday, 12 January 2008

Bottled Water. A Waste of Money. Bad for the Enviroment

ABOUT 4000 NSW public servants have been told to stop drinking bottled water - because it is bad for the environment. The Department of Environment and Climate Change (DECC) has sent a memo to staff saying bottled water will no longer be provided at its 120 offices - and encouraging staff to avoid buying their own. "Staff are asked to consider refilling water bottles from the tap. All major centres in NSW have a clean, reliable water supply," a DECC spokesman said. "Staff can buy their own bottled water but we would hope they consider the environment." The decision to scrap bottled water was made on environmental grounds and extends to communal chilled water dispensers. "The environmental costs of bottled water, producing, transporting, refrigerating and disposing of the bottles, have led DECC to eliminate all non-essential bottled water purchases from the department," a small number of the bottles will still be bought for occupational health and safety reasons, like fire-fighting operations or for field work. The department's decision could trigger a domino effect and hurt Australia's bottled water market - $385 million last year for 250 million litres, A Sydney north shore Council will next month vote on a mayoral motion to eradicate all bottled water from council buildings and functions. Its Mayor is teaming up with environmental campaigner Jon Dee to write to every council in Australia encouraging them to do the same - in line with a similar move by San Francisco earlier this year. The aim of the campaign is to reduce bottled water usage by 25 per cent across the country in two years. It's an environmentally disastrous product, quite frankly, because we've got very good tap water, the consumption of bottled water is apparently increasing by about 10 per cent per annum." The Local Government Association last month passed a motion supporting the launch of a campaign to alert people to the environmental impact of water bottles. Then there is the impact on the hip pocket. According to the most recent research, tap water costs about $1.20 per tonne, while one tonne of the pre-bottled variety costs as much as $3000. DECC estimated about 200ml of oil is used to produce each litre bottle of water, including in the plastic, transportation and refrigeration. Australians' bottled water use last year was responsible for more than 60,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions - the same amount 13,000 cars generate in 12 months. Global consumption of bottled water is now estimated at around 180 billion litres a year.
The water within our household comes from the town water supply through taps (faucets)
for bathing/showers, WC, laundry and kitchen use. The same water is filtered then boiled and refrigerated for personal drinking, it is rarely stored for more than a week, this filtered water is also used for hot drinks, cooking and a final rinse for washed vegetables and I might add it tastes much better than expensive bottled water you buy.
Cost wise; our filtration system when used wisely runs up a bill of about $8.00 per Sixty liters or 15.9 US and 12.7 Brit Imp gallons. My personal consumption is a minimum two liters per day costing 25 cents apposed to $2.00 for dodgy bottled water, it also assists in flushing the toxins from ones body due to eating indulgences and consuming more alcohol than is necessary.
So if you are suffering from sluggishness - body wise that is, try a large glass of pure water on rising from your slumbers, drink it slowly, later complete your day having consumed a minimum of two liters of this elixir of life, you will already begin to feel the benefits, your libido increases and so will your mean expectation of life.... Vest.

Monday, 7 January 2008

Australian Fascist Cricket Bullies, The Worlds Best.

The cricket season in the land where cricket was invented lasts about 15 weeks and is much of the time marred by bad weather. In contrast, we have a 30 week cricket season in OZstrayer, with a 22 week
off season producing weather conditions far better than the dismal English conditions. Doesn't sound fair you might say. But the English have only themselves to blame for allowing Oz money grabbing cricketers in the past* to bolster Englands cricket crowds, *only one foreign player per county side will be permitted this year, allowing more English talent-?-into the first class games.
The term "It isn't cricket" famed for its description of unfairness, due to the gentle mental attitude of the game of cricket in days of yore, is now the subject of derision, now that the game is dominated by ferocity greed and skulduggery.Oh I nearly forgot Hatred. We often hear that crap about opposing sides being good mates off the field, personally I find that hard to believe except for the fact that the overdone kissing and cuddling by our Ozzie boys every time a wicket falls is a ' Good friends after the match warm up for a sexual encounter in the dressing room toilet'.
Being a bloke with normal tendencies, I find most of these gum chewing and frequently spitting bollock scratchers with their perpetual inane arrogant smirk simply offensive, that only an equally offensive female would be attracted to.
However, there is no argument that OZ cricketers are currently the best performers in the five day game but not world beaters in the Pyjama 20/20 and 50 over games, which brings me to question why they consorted to downright cheating during the recent Test Match against India, certain players knowing full well they were 'Out'; coupled with the coercion of the weak willed umpires being bullied by our Oz Players when giving Indian batsmen 'Out' when clearly it was not the case, also while in the OZ first innings two top Oz Batsmen collectively received three extra innings and other gratuitous let offs mostly by the intimidated pommy umpire and occasionally by the slow witted aged West Indian umpire, both of whom are not up to it and must be given a dishonourable discharge from the game.
Next we have the cycloptic goon show performed in the commentary box by expat and Oz past cricket performers now intent on making a Quid by appeasing Oz viewers with their 'One Eyed' opinion. Guys like Tony Grieg a totally useless old gitt who together with the grey ghost dick head Benaud make the ghastly commentary cock ups, My fav (I don't like your patronising commentary dick head an E Ba Gum Yorky - David Lloyd,) might help the English cause by not being so condescending to the opposition. I suppose it could be entertaining to the win at all costs - can't handle losing Oz mob in the stands.
In today's Sydney Daily Telegraph (My fav N/paper) we have heaps of opinion running parallel with mine. Reading between the lines we have....

Get rid of umpire Benson or provide him with specs and a hearing aid.

Get rid of Fat Lardo Mark Taylor and his ever BORING yakkity comment.

If Andrew Symonds takes issue by being called a Monkey, he should not disguise himself as a Monkey.
Finally, Andrew Symonds should return to England his birth place and learn some good manners, and it might be a good idea to take our Aussie team with him.
In the wash up I must confess being an Aussie myself, winning is all important as is not seeing the spectacle of another 'Kim Hughes' crying together with his Prime Minister Bob Hawk when he lost a test match.
BTW. Its only a game after all, enjoy your cricket.

Hey ! What is your opinion of that that dreadful Ford Cracking Catches advert with a mumbling Mathew Hayden, only a smidgen better than a previous one by Pup the Bingle Bonker?.

Friday, 4 January 2008

The Welfare Dillemma. "Should you find something Untrue let me know".

Welfare Poem.

I cross ocean, poor and broke,
Take bus, to see employment folk.
Nice man treat me good in there,
Say I need to see welfare.
Welfare say, "You come no more,
We send cash right to your door."
Welfare cheques, they make you wealthy,
Medic aid it keep you healthy!
By and by, I got plenty money,
Thanks to you, Australian dummy.
Write to friends in motherland,
Tell them 'come fast as you can.'
They come in turbans and Ford trucks,
I buy big house with welfare bucks
They come here, we live together,
More welfare checks -- it gets better!
Fourteen families, they moving in,
But neighbour's patience wearing thin.
Finally, white guy moves away,
Now I buy his house, and then I say,
"Find more aliens for house to rent."

And in the yard I put a tent.
Send for family they just trash,
But they, too, draw the welfare cash!
Everything is very good,
And soon we own the neighbourhood.
We have hobby, it's called breeding,
Welfare pay for baby feeding.
Kids need dentist? Wife need pills?
We get free! We got no bills!
Australian crazy! He pay all year,
To keep welfare running here.
We think Australia darn good place!
Too darn good for the white man race.
If they no like us, they can scram,
Got lots of room in Pakistan!
It is interesting that the federal government provides a single refugee with a monthly allowance of $1,890.00 and each can also get an additional $580.00 in social assistance for a total of $2,470.00.
This compares very well to a single pensioner who after contributing to the growth and development of Australia for 40 to 50 years only receives a monthly maximum of $1,012.00 in old age pension and Guaranteed Income Supplement.
Maybe our pensioners should apply as refugees!
Let's send this to all Australians so we can all be ticked off and maybe we can get the refugees cut back to $1,012.00 and the pensioners up to $2,470.00 and enjoy some of the money we were forced to submit to the Government over the last 40 or 50 years.
Please forward to every Australian to expose what our elected politicians are doing - to the over-taxed Australian.
"Go on send this message out to all Australians, don't wait do it now."

Vest Has Left the Building

To advise that Vest (Les Bowyer) passed away this morning. Regards, Chris (Son).