Showing posts from October, 2008

The Silly British Allow Sharia Law to get its foot in the door.

Family courts can accept sharia law 28/10/2008. What other country in our world would allow their laws to be tampered with in this manner. Are the British law makers going soft in the head?, particularly when allowing so they believe; only a minuscule of the archaic sharia law to infiltrate the British courts simply in order to appease Muslim communities. This foot in the door trick will no doubt snowball allowing further penetration into British law by these out dated inhuman religious loonies. Decisions reached according to Islamic law can be accepted by English family courts, it has emerged. How deplorable. Although sharia law officially has no jurisdiction in England, a ruling passed on a separating couple by a sharia council can be submitted to a formal family court. There, the principles of the sharia judgment, embodied in a consent order, may be rubber-stamped by a judge. The situation became clear when Justice minister Bridget Prentice told MPs: "If, in a family dispute de

BODY PIERCING. It could be as dangerous as being Pranged with a Spear

Parents must approve if teens want to pierce their bodies. And the following information would be invaluable to adults too. CHILDREN under 16 wanting to pierce their ears, nose, or navel will need permission notes from their parents under laws to be introduced by the NSW Aus.Government. And underage intimate body piercings will be outlawed, with operators facing fines of up to $22,000 if they are caught performing an intimate piercing on a child. For any other piercing done without a parent's consent, the fine will be as high as $3000. This is about making sure that children are protected from the health risks that can be associated with body piercing, which is a growing trend among young people. Concerns over hepatitis B and C, toxic shock and blood poisoning have prompted the the tough parliamentary response that intimate piercing clearly raised child protection issues. I can't see any reason why a child under the age of 16 would need to expose their intimate body parts to st

'Purr'uviens Munch on Pussy for Dinner or a Late Night Snack.

Furious over cat-eating festival, lap this up. Would you consider having Tiddles for nibbles? A foodie event in Canete, Peru that celebrates the eating of cats for their supposed health and aphrodisiac qualities has been furiously criticised by animal rights group PETA. Local residents chow down on hundreds of cats during the Gastronomical Festival of the Cat in the belief that a puss pasty, deep fried cat or tabby stew will help prevent bronchial disease and purr-rove favourable in the bedroom. While most people may not be able to manage a meowful, mother-of-seventeen(obviously a staunch Catholic) Aura Francisca, 63, tells how she credits munching on moggies especially reared for the Day of Santa Ifigenia festival for keeping her fertile. A PETA spokesperson said: “Having toured slaughterhouses for dogs in Taiwan, horses in Texas, and chickens and cows in Europe, PETA’s staff says the last thing we need to do is add yet another poor animal to the list of those being frightened and sla

Hi Everyone I'm back. New computer up and running

Hummm let me think ,...why did I send you this......Don't tell me it's coming to me..... Oh ya..... Senior citizens are constantly being criticized For every conceivable deficiency of the modern world, Real or imaginary. We know we take responsibility For all we have done and do not blame others. HOWEVER, Upon reflection, We would like to point out That it was NOT the senior citizens who took: The melody out of music, The pride out of appearance, The courtesy out of driving, The romance out of love, The commitment out of marriage, The responsibility out of parenthood, The togetherness out of the family, The learning out of education, The service out of patriotism, The Golden Rule from rulers, The nativity scene out of cities, The civility out of behaviour, The refinement out of language, The dedication out of employment, The prudence out of spending, The ambition out of achievement, or, God out of government and school. And we certainly are NOT the ones Who eliminated Patience

New Computer, Not arrived yet, Still waiting.

I haven't been able to do much blogging recently, my present arrangements are a bit lackadaisical and too slow, #1 son will be setting up the new PC when it eventually arrives, and this coming weekend I shall be attending to more important health matters. A pinched nerve in my left thigh comes into play during walking or exercises, which is not so important as some ballooning blood vessels within my abdomen together with a ballooning Aorta which hopefully will be fixed in the new year. I now have to lessen my intake of food, plus all dairy is 'Out' as well as cookies - bickies, beer sugar coffee. Maccas KFC and things like pies and Hotdogs. and also halve the bread intake. This is all serious stuff, do I continue and live happy or live a long dull life. I think I shall compromise, smaller portions to start, drink even more water and supplement some meals with dummy tummy fillers. My new health regimen starts now.

Gay Cannibal with a Taste for Friendship

Ex Mr Gay UK 'killed and ate dinner pal in cannibal horror', court told A former Mr Gay UK killed a man he cooked dinner for and tried to eat his flesh, a jury heard yesterday. Ex-chef Anthony Morley is said to have seasoned bits of thigh with fresh herbs then fried them in olive oil. Police found six pieces of cooked flesh on a chopping board and a chewed piece in the kitchen bin. Morley, 36 – the first Mr Gay UK in 1993 – denies murdering advertising salesman Damian Oldfield. He claims the 33-year-old homosexual tried to rape him, the court was told. Morley is said to have walked to a nearby takeaway in a blood-stained dressing gown and flip-flops. He asked staff to call the police then sat outside waiting to be arrested. Mr Andrew Stubbs, QC, prosecuting, told the jury of eight women and four men at Leeds crown court that Morley was unsure of his sexuality. But he had arranged to meet Mr Oldfield, who worked for the publishers of a gay magazine called Bent, in Leeds last Apr

NEWS. Some Good, Some Bad Some Sad

Not a bad weekend despite the Sun disappearing and the rains arriving. Rosemary and I met people at the Soccer club(Assoc Football) on Friday and again on Saturday after visiting one of our three ex daughters in law whom we have happy times together with our two Grand daughters Tamara, and Jacinta who was celebrating her 13th birthday. Those two girls are deadly gorgeous. We met the son of our KGV( SHIP)assoc /sec, David T (The Keyboard Player with the Top notch band; playing at the club, who informed me his father's 84th birthday was on the Sunday and would I write a message for him, duly done it read; "Wishing you a Happy Birthday on your Fourth 21st", Phil rang me about an hour ago and we had a good chat. Today Harry L my dear friend and chairman of our Naval Assoc phoned early to inform me that three more of the KGV Ships Assoc U/K had crossed the bar, all of whom were young kids of 19 when WW2 ended all of us with 3 or more years of service in WW2. it is difficult to

'Bow Wow's ' Calling cards are now readable.

DNA test for dogs poo-dunnit. COUNCILS want to DNA-test dog droppings, so they can track down owners who refuse to pick up after their pets and send them a fine. The hardline approach, being trialled overseas, has won support from councillors in Sydney, North Sydney, Woollahra, Waverley and Ashfield. Genetic Technologies, Australia's largest canine testing laboratory, wants to implement the DNA testing scheme and is preparing detailed submissions for councils. It works like this: dogs would be given a mouth-swab while they're being microchipped at the vet and their DNA stored on a database. Council rangers would collect droppings and send samples for testing to find a database match. Owners would then receive a fine notice for failing to clean up after their dogs. Ashfield Councillor Nick Adams says dog droppings are an "enormous problem'' and has vowed to get the ball rolling on a feasibility study. "I support this idea and would welcome any initiative that p