Been a few weeks since I did my weekly Rive Gauche post…. so what better way to return than by announcing that Ed Balls MP was the guy in the gorilla suit….. this YouTube video provides so much EVIDENCE that skeptics are having orgasms which could put their lives in danger….
and talking of which….. journalist @Suzannemoore197 – an excellent tweeter – was able to inform her followers that female orgasms, being ten times stronger than male orgasms would actually kill a man’s brain!
Perhaps it is just me…. recovering from a routine check up and a head cold… but aren’t Justice Ministers – even Coalition ones – supposed to behave with a modicum of common sense…? Consider his position? I should coco…
Jonathan Djanogly ‘should consider his position’ over use of private detectives
Telegraph: Jonathan Djanogly has been advised to “consider his position as justice minister” by a former Conservative council leader at his constituency.
The Telegraph reports… “The Daily Telegraph has disclosed that Djanogly hired a firm of private detectives to conduct an undercover investigation into his aides and colleagues.
Derek Holley, former Conservative leader of Huntingdon council, said he was angry to learn that he was among those investigated.
He told the Today programme on Radio 4: “I have been in local politics and associated with national politics for 34 years and I have never experienced anything like this.”
I can recommend a quick trip over to Mr Credulous… it won’t take you long
Kennedys in ill-judged ambulance chasing email shocker.
RollonFriday has the story… “Kennedys’ Senior Partner has sent out an email commiserating with clients in New Zealand who may have been affected by the recent earthquake – whilst simultaneously touting for business.”
Another great story from RollonFriday…
Lewis Silkin bans students from discussing their interviews online – they are using a confidentiality agreement, which is understandable to protect the integrity of the process. RollonFriday pressed for details… this is the bit of the story that I liked…. I quote from RollonFriday’s report: Fluet said that there was a carve out which allows students to talk to their friends and family, so it’s not clear whether chatting to mates down the pub would amount to a breach of contract. But when RollOnFriday pressed for further details he said that he wasn’t “spending another chargeable minute on this” and “listen to my voice – this is terminal boredom“. What a charming man.” Read
I do have some sympathy with Mr Fluet! As I mature into a fully paid up member of the grumpy old gits association – aspiring to FELLOWSHIP of same, I can identify with this response!
And finally… in the great Wayne Rooney fiasco…. Alex Ferguson says he won’t wade in with this classic as reported in The Sun today…
Alex Ferguson says…”Let’s put it to bed straightaway. I am not discussing any of my players’ personal lives.” – put it to bed? Ha!
And finally… following up my vaguely sensible post earlier on Metgate (below or infra as we lawyers used to like to say…)…
Well… that should give you a quick briefing on things of great importance on a Friday… enjoy the weekend.