+An irritating reminder from TV Licensing that I have just ‘days left’ to renew my license—when actually I have a full two weeks. They tell me it expires on the 31st August, which means it must be renewed on the 1st September. I wonder how many people respond immediately to this gently pressurising e-mail? If just one million people did, somebody somewhere would be gathering interest on £155,000,000 for a couple of weeks, around £120,000 if at 2% p.a. Screw ‘em.
+It’s a good job I don’t eat corn flakes for breakfast. I would have choked on them reading the Guardian this morning. A whole article was devoted to a speech Jeremy Corbyn is due to give today. A whole article! And not a word of criticism! What’s going on? Have they woken up to the possibility that we need to get rid of our neo-fascist, lying, cheating, amoral delinquent Prime Minister and that maybe, just maybe the Leader of H.M. Opposition is constitutionally charged with this task? And actually has some decent policies as well as a rational approach to Brexit? (I only threw in the description of Johnson as a ‘neo-fascist’ for good measure. He’s probably not a neo-fascist, but I bet some people who take inspiration from him are borderline cases.)
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