Archive for the ‘Life in the UK’ Category
Posted by stijbob on 2013/12/13
It seems people are going supermarket crazy or one man has as you will find out from this interesting court case about a man off loading behind the meat section. Adam Lovejoy has noticed an article from Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire in the news this week. The news from a Sainsbury’s supermarket about a new flagship store that recently opened in Newcastle-under-Lyme had a shopper who came in a started playing with himself in the meat section. The CCTV captured a guy called Eugenio doing something he should not have been doing. As you will find out over on Stirring Trouble Internationally the man got a suspended prison sentence and ended up on the sex offenders database for something he did in the sweet section three years ago. The sight of fresh groceries was to much for the man, he could not help himself. Could this be a story to promote the new store, promoting of the back end of a very sick man who knows, find out in the news tomorrow. Wanking off in supermarkets is the New craze in Britain.
Posted in Life in the UK | Tagged: CCTV, Flagship, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Sainsbury, Staffordshire, Supermarket, Suspended sentence | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/12/09
Anton Goryunov takes a look at confusion around the world from London. In today’s entry read all about how stupidity is forming and on what Richter scale of a possible implosive point. During the proceedings of politicians explaining there experience of the man, the world tries to understand the changes and still trying to figure out how they got from where they were 20 years ago to where they are today and how intelligence is taking a new of figuring what goes where. So with that said Anton also takes a crucial look at the political and mass publics reflections surrounding the passing away of Nelson Mandela. The crime legacy in South Africa still continues, the people move around the world looking for affection in countries which struggle to make ends meet. Meanwhile back at home to statistics remain the same crime and murder are still on the rise. The idea of peace makes a lot of sense but the attachments of love with peace and the effects of jealosy and racial difficulties hang over people like a heavy pendant. Stupidity level of masses sky high governments explain many things but not these things not now, during the wake of Nelson Mandela.
But his story is similar to many other others caught out getting violent, divorced just like the rise in divorce rates, surrounded by questions of stories of those surrounding him doing similar things to make a mark for themselves in a world which is increasingly outside of the reach of imperial government. Newer governments now are more relaxed willing to drive around in vehicles once used in military wars, using the expensive parts to justify the original investments and able to explain a lot more than they are letting on. The drivers and mechanics, fixing things, soaping and creaming ex military tanks. The Twin Towers in New York created a lot of dissonance and conflicting opinions as the troops focused on Al-Qaeda their perceptions changed about the Saudis and arranged marriages, using these things to justify and explain there own loss of being in combat and winning seats on Saddam Hussein thrones. The levels of confusion from fighting battles and bombing at the push of button changed peoples understandings of reality and has made escapism and laziness more accepted. The wonderful abundance of cash popping out of nowhere and the inability to be able to distinguish between guidelines, law and order. Not knowing actually what happened the art of confusion from situations and examining of mediated film footage, investing in weaponry for victory, the price of freedom begins to rise as people begin to understand the price of victory and how much is costs to survive in an ever changing world. With a debt problem that refuses to go away, governments are right not to explain this stuff and its understandable why stupidity levels of the masses are so high. The realities have created many options that are keeping although busy a little dazed and confused and this wake everyone keeps there fingers crossed that things will get better and all bad at all levels will just magically disappear. As more and more people go afar to find out if the grass is greener, more and more people if their lucky come home more confused than they were before they began the contribution to chaos and attempts at solving personal conflicts. Stupidity levels of masses sky high. Governments don’t even bother to explain themselves anymore.
Posted in Life in the UK | Tagged: Al-Qaeda, governments, Nelson Mandela, Richter magnitude scale, Richter scale, Saddam Hussein, Saudi Arabia, South Africa | Leave a Comment »
Posted by stijbob on 2013/12/09
Spot betting and spot fixing on football games is in the spotlight again. So what is a spot bet and which sports work best with these types on investments and more importantly should you or should you not take notes? Adam Lovejoy shares his understanding in todays sports entry from London.
Adam focuses on footballers, explains spot betting and gives a few tips on how to spot the ball by reading the news.Today’s story is about tabloid news this week about spot betting football. The industry has taken a knock in Europe and like the National Lottery people are always wondering how they can win where the odds of winning without a formula are actually quite thin.
In the search for solutions some theories are out there which may help you understand about winning and the trails and tribulations that this is having in the sports industry, from sponsorships to looking at the photograph and trying to figure out where the ball might be at any given time.
The National Crime Agency, the FBI in the US has come up with some interesting ways of trying to figure out where the ball might be at any given time and devised a way of spotting if anything has been photoshopped or anything like this.
It was only a matter of time before the rest of the world took heed. Also one other way of reducing the odds are by focusing on the players, looking at the kickbacks and questioning there every step on the possible match fixing process. The obvious challenges were the weather conditions, the size and type of the ball used, the type of grounds the game is played on, a good understanding of the stadium, the height and styles of players, the time of year and how well they are doing that year. Who do you choose, who do you think is most likely to score a goal and from which angle. The coach is known to give good instructions but on the day its down to the players and good team work.
Toto-ticket 1966 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
And its not just football any game with a ball can be spot checked for example cricket in India is very popular and predicting the trajectory of the ball is becoming easier as indeed the ability to submit the forms to try and win cash. Breaking News: Six held in football ‘fix’ probe (crosbyherald).
The Betting industry as a whole has been given the nod, its a great way of making money, more and more betting shops are filling up and the high street continues to be a great place for people to hang around. Spot betting with the Internet has also taken a format. You can read all about the ways spot betting is in the spot light and which newspapers are predicting what every week and where about’s to find these helpful items of taking part over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Spot betting in football comes into the spotlight. in a very stupid way.
Posted in London, Sport, stupidity watch | Tagged: Association football, Federal Bureau of Investigation, National Crime Agency, National Lottery, Spot-fixing | 1 Comment »
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/12/07
Hinkley Point Deals European Union, Estonia, David Cameron China, Ukraine And Estonia. Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich, left, and Chinese President Xi Jinping attend a signing ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. In this week’s Telling it Like It Is, the former Kremlin adviser and editor of stirringtroubleinternationally.com Alexander Nekrassov, is joined by the journalist and broadcaster James Delingpole.
european union stars (Photo credit: notarim)
They discuss the tension between the European Union and Russia over the fate of Ukraine, the Cabinet backed off from signing landmark association agreements with the European Union in favour of closer ties with Russia. David Cameron’s visit to China and raising the state pension age as announced in the autumn statement.
The European Union meddling in the affairs of Ukraine. Estonia, it is a classical liberal country, I can’t believe Estonia. There will be a flood of Chinese businessmen coming to Britain. Deal with the Hinkley Point nuclear plant.
BS406 Tallinn, Estonia (Photo credit: S.K. LO)
The government’s deal to underwrite the £16bn Hinkley Point nuclear power station plan faces delay and possible rejection after the European commission said it was ready to launch an in-depth inquiry into the agreement and you have the Chinese invited to take part in HS2, a project so disastrous that no private finance would ever consider tackling such a project.
Ukraine-75 (Photo credit: didkovskaya)
On the diver Tom Daley coming out. Estonia’s Ministry of Defense has been disrupted by hackers of Anonymous Ukraine. The attack is part of Operation Independence , a campaign in support of Ukraine independence from NATO, Russia and the European Union. “We want NATO leadership to hear our voice, the voice of the Ukrainian people. Kiev as a struggle for democracy and the rule of law. In fact, they are part of a conflict over geo strategic issues. Russian-led customs union, one of the issues driving large protests now in their third week in Kiev.
Posted in Alexander Nekrassov, David Cameron, Eurozone, Life in the UK, News | Tagged: China, Estonia, Great Hall of the People, Hinkley Point, Hinkley Point Deals European Union, James Delingpole, Russia, Telling It Like It Is, The Voice Of Russia, Ukraine, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich, Viktor Yanukovych, VoR, VoRUK | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/12/07
Adam Lovejoy reports from the City of London: Disturbing evidence has emerged showing that the Square Mile money men are planning to stage violent riots in London, and other major cities, when they return from their holidays next month, to demand that the nation shows them the respect they deserve. Britain is ranked the most highly paid times twelve as other bankers received last year. 1,000,000 euros bonus which is higher than any country in the EU. Back in Scotland Yard the party goers are getting ready to visit all the clubs in Victoria area, the city is expecting another great Christmas and tips should be high too in the lap dancers industry.
Two years ago the London riots began and people have gone to the areas where the troubles happened the most in the capital. 22 boroughs in the capital of the city were effected and an exhibition in the Strand is showcasing photographs and reports of the incident in the media. Britain plans to exclude large companies from receiving state compensation for damage suffered during civil unrest in an overhaul of the country’s riot laws. The main areas of unrest are expected to be in the wealthy parts of London, such as Mayfair, Chelsea, Fulham and Hampstead, where bankers and members of their families. The rise and fall of the British economy roles out like an episode of the Rise And Fall of Reginald Perrin in the City that now also has trouble sleeping now that bonuses exceed night caps. Bankers’ riots expected to hit Britain this winter.
Posted in Let’s Be Cynical, points of view | Tagged: City of London, Economy of the United Kingdom, Fulham F.C., Hampstead, London riots, Mayfair, Scotland, Scotland Yard, the City of London | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/12/06
If you are in the UK against the EU Boycott elections seems to be the immediate answer to that one. Adam Lovejoy covers the story from London: This one is for all the people out there, including members and supporters of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) a supposed Eurosceptic right-wing populist political party with a European style designed manifesto from the school of UK Frankfurters. European Union interfering in Britain’s internal affairs: if you object to the EU being a political entity, which it actually became illegally, extra £10bn to the European Union over the next five years elections to the European parliament? Europe and the EU trade pact run by unelected commissars which is inline with anti-EU causes. UKIP European parliament, getting paid something like 120 grand working ‘against the EU’ from within UKIP rap tunes hailing Nigel Farage saying its no mirage, Farage making it seem cool, hmm. It opposes the EU pretending victories in elections is important in Europe. The Europarliament is totally irrelevant compared to the federal Europe project, any elections are pointless.
If UKIP as a party opposed to the EU an economic and political union of 28 member states going to launch a massive campaign to get more of its members elected to the Europarliament The European Commission fines eight banks, RBS – a total of 1.7bn euros said to be rigging interest rates. The European Parliament employs about 6000 officials and other staff from the EU Member States, many of them community officials just like they did in that film V where ‘The Others’ get nothing out of the deal. UKIP voters in two years time will hopefully see through the PR stunt and bring questions about whether they have a plan and know what they are doing. The plan for Eurosceptics that remains is to boycott elections in Brussels or hope that no one turns up for the elections with EU Founders: France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Italy, Netherlands and Germany. Media is helping the EU so they are one step ahead for the 2015 against the EU boycott elections. If you’re against the EU then you should boycott elections to the European parliament
Posted in European Union, London | Tagged: Brussels, European Parliament, European Union, Euroscepticism, Nigel Farage, The European Parliament, UK Independence, UKIP, United Kingdom Independence Party | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/12/04
The murder of Drummer Lee Rigby filmed on CCTV case is a no brainer, its obvious who did it and as you will find out the expensive trial is a farce. Ben Delicious is outside the Old Bailey highlighting the problems with the British legal system that point to weird rituals of dealing with cases like this. The murder of Lee Rigby a few months ago happened inWoolwich, south-east London, on a busy afternoon in May on a main road where lots of locals were out with their kids shopping. CCTV camera’s have footage of the British army recruit Lee Rigby. The murders on Youtube called themselves representatives of the Muslim brotherhood in Afghanistan though looking at them they look like they are Somalian of Jamaican. Behind the scenes there is a lot of money changing hands from lawyers to media coverage of the trial. People who pay for a TV licence unknowingly are investing in these cases. The question about whether the Muslim terrorism group are what they say they are is something not even worth focusing on. Ben takes what he see’s and puts it into more interesting words than what you will read here and yes there is some swearing involved in today’s evidence. Should trials like this cost so much money? What does it mean when the jurisdicial system classes cases like these innocent until proved guilty? And more importantly do you know where you TV licence annual or weekly fee’s are going? Find out all the juicy details over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Alleged killers of Drummer Rigby’, they say. They were filmed doing it, you morons!
Posted in Britain, Crime, London, News, Youtube | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/12/03
China right now is a leading location to go for business networking, Dave and the gang are going out there soon to represent Britain, hopefully they come back with some great notes. Anton Goryunov is in Beijing in preparation for more British trading, human rights and Beijing’s Chinese capital. The scoop seems to be about the Prime Minister David Cameron a businessmen and politician who is no stranger to liaising with people all around the world. Dave British PM may have to hold back this week on talking about humans rights in Beijing has created a storm in a tea cup bone China. The Chilcot report on the war in Iraq is a topic again that for all the tea in well you get the picture, go over and read the article in full, I am sure you will be amazed. This is the stuff that keeps people up all night on a plane. If you a big fan of what’s going on and like a few lumps of sugar in your tea check out what is being served this week over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Tony Blair has developed a new way of communicating with China, business is changing and with the right tools you can maximise your chances of getting by, whether you are B2B or BBC you can get the latest and greatest info on what goes where about you know who in places like Britain in the world of Chinese selling financial services. If your a big fan of the Yen and find yourself counting Chinese money and pleased about Japan getting the 2020 Olympics then make a Stand and take a look over Human Rights In Beijing, if this does leave you feeling chained to railings then nothing will. Dave takes a principled stand on human rights in Beijing. By not mentioning them.
Posted in Cameron, David Cameron, England | Tagged: Beijing, China, David Cameron, Human rights, Tony Blair | 2 Comments »
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/12/03
Someone is going to be saving 50 Quid on heating bills next year in Britain, life in the UK continues to look on the up and up. R.F. Wilson is in London writing a journal entry about the saving of up to 50 quid on heating bills next year. Britain is on the mend and the coalition government is showing how it listens to the people of the UK, well sort of listening. Prime Minister David Cameron noticed the price changes a few months ago and now the savings speech has been officially announced as beginning next January when the temperature should be a bit warmer. Lots of warm words were said about Energy Secretary Ed Davey who before the announced the reduction of next years heating bills. In some parts of Britain pensioners and single mothers celebrated the news about the cuts in heating bills by switching on the heating at their homes. One pensioner in Sheffield kept hot water running for over a minute. In todays entry read all about the payday lenders who also agree saving 50 quid on heating bills will really help people in Britain and how next year just like last year is a great year of oppurtunity for people to reshuffle their finances. What is there not to like in a liberal democracy especially since now were all here in Britain saving 50 quid on heating bills, life in the UK is the best.
Posted in Britain, Life in the UK | Tagged: David Cameron | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/12/02
Marriage (Photo credit: Lel4nd)
Adam Lovejoy is in London writing about a love letter sent to Tony Blair published in this weeks tabloid news. Tony Blair former wife of publishing magnate Rupert Murdoch, Wendy Deng saying she found Mr Blair very attractive. The Dear Wendy letter has been rewrote for comical purposes and includes grammatical references to how Cherie might have felt in these embarrassing circumstances. What would you say in your letter if you received a letter from Rupert Murdoch’s ex wife in this instance? The Sun newspaper in the article I assume picked of where the 2005 general election left of an follows up with this interesting letter composed by Wendy Deng and the series of events that happened. I assume some of this will be from her new book. Tony’s New Labour friends gave feedback to Mr Blair about his decision to join in with the war in Iraq, and also had something to say about Marital advice. Find out all the juicy satirical details over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Tony Blair turns out to be a marriage breaker and a stud! Who could have thought he had it in him.
Posted in Life in the UK | Tagged: Rupert Murdoch, Tony Blair | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/12/02
Adam Lovejoy is in Central London taking a look at toilet luxury in recession-hit Britain. Mixing company designs that venture on bringing a new oomph to the bathroom. The first place to go before the store or the e-commerce route is check out your local hotels toilets. Here is a tip taken from todays post if you cannot find a sign saying toilet in the hotel look for the cloakroom sign. Here is where you will find liquid soap dispensers, various brands of paper towels for which you can test the texture. In today’s post you can find out the best ways of getting ideas from visiting the lavatory in other locations to brighten up your own. By visiting the Gents or Ladies you can also get a glass of free tap water. Get a feel for the high life as well, mixing with chicks in Chanel or Prada and wearing some serious bling. There are sadly public imitations in McDonald’s though it is still classed as affordable entertainment. Basking in toilet luxury. Affordable entertainment in recession-hit Britain.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/11/27
This happens every year countries have this problem of more pensioners dying of the cold in the winter. Adam Lovejoy is in covering the pensioners story from London about the British government and the challenge of keeping old people living the life they are use too. This topic comes up every year at winter time, the rise in fuel costs and the statistics rising plus observations of less older people walking about the city. A few years ago the the Treasury located next door to the PM at 11 Downing Street brainstormed public spending. The Labour government and the United Nations came together to talk about the problem just like they did about Libya. The tricky problem they found was staying focused there were so many variables and many now in hindsight obvious distractions that they have not yet managed to resolve any definable solutions. Great news for struggling UK government: more useless pensioners are dying of cold in the winter.
More Pensioners Dying Of Cold In The Winter
- Dilbert’s Scott Adams Wishes a “Long, Horrible Death” to Assisted Suicide Opponents (reason.com)
- NHS wants ‘samaritan army’ to help elderly (telegraph.co.uk)
- #Public Information: For the Elderly About Cold-Weather Payments During this Winter (acenewsservices.com)
- Cold weather payments reminder for vulnerable households (theguardian.com)
- Number of deaths linked to freezing winter increases by 30% to 31,000 as temperatures fell to record lows (globalclarity.info)
- Charity fears that energy price hike could kill up to 20 pensioners a day who cannot afford to heat their homes (dailyrecord.co.uk)
- Number of deaths linked to freezing winter increases by 30% to 31,000 as temperatures fell to record lows (thisismoney.co.uk)
- We can’t afford energy profits: Big Six bosses make a killing while pensioners freeze (socialistworker.co.uk)
- Cold winter saw death figures surge (standard.co.uk)
- Bitter conditions linked to deaths of additional 31,000 people last winter – a rise of almost one third (independent.co.uk)
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/11/25
The free media shows are covering lot of stuff that the mainstream media are speaking about. Read today’s article if you get chance by Adam Lovejoy about news in London and how new media is sharing news about Stephen Lawrence, the Chilcot inquiry, the war in Iraq, Sir Jeremy Heywood, PM Tony Blair, US President George Bush, George Cameron and new free media shows are coming. The Iraq Inquiry and Sir John Chilcot is finding it difficult to go share what documents are available. Another popular subject this week was as you will find out about the dialogues and monologues spoken between UK David Cameron and the Sri Lankan government. How come the free media shows no interest in The Chilcot Report on the war in Iraq?
Posted in Life in the UK, Media, News | 1 Comment »
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/11/25
Outside 10 Downing Street people are turning up late with sleep in their eyes. Inside David Cameron is in Downing Street along with Eric Pickles, Maria Miller, Nick Clegg and Philip Hammond. This is a story about ‘Old Labour’ Chancellor George Osborne, Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander, the works and pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith, Jeremy Hunt, the NHS, Theresa May, the Home Secretary, Education Secretary Michael Gove, Vince Cable, Philip Hammond of the British army, Culture Secretary Maria Miller and other members of the coalition’s cabinet. Clegg and other nicknames from the coalition cabinet.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/11/24
Have a listen to comedians all around the world, the entertainment industry is changing. Comedians have taken a stance on liberals and modern art distinguishing between the two is key. Adam Lovejoy is in London categorising comedians to distinguish between the two. A lot of jokes seem to be about idiocy trying to understand why people are and how they get together. The topic of the day is still sex and the human right to talk about kinky sex and make it seem funny. Its a part of entertainment and modern art and many people won’t have a bad word said about the matter. The Humorous side of comedy and Liberals trying to be funny are on today’s roster. Ever wondered why comedians never have a go at Liberals even though they’re hilarious?
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