The WorldWideWeb and social media are arguably the greatest technological breakthrough since television – and what have we used it for? Splitting into tribes like apes armed with sticks. In days gone by, people felt unique and, to an extent, isolated. People who grew up in small towns moved as soon as they could, to […]Read More echo beach – martha & the muffins
Plucky David Cameron yesterday travelled to Edinburgh to stand up to Nicola Sturgeon. Although cautious about entering the tyrant’s lair, he was accompanied by his companions, the quick-thinking George Osborne and the powerful Iain Duncan Smith. Sturgeon, who recently swooped down on Westminster, vastly outnumbering the forces of good with her army of massive yet […]Read More BRAVE CAMERON STANDS UP TO VICIOUS TYRANT STURGEON
Competition is fierce between the SNP’s fifty-six strong Westminster contingent to see who can cause either David Mundell, the new Scottish Secretary of State or his opposition equivalent, Ian Murray, cry actual tears first. Most of the fifty newly elected SNP MPs from north of the border have expressed an interest in the success of […]Read More Race is on to see who can make Mundel and/or Murray cry first
First minister Nicola Sturgeon, having decisively captured over 99.998% of Scotland’s population, has vowed to push southwards, appearing in selfies with citizens south of the border. Speaking last night outside the Scottish parliament building, Ms Sturgeon said that she would not rest until every single person in the United Kingdom had appeared in a photograph […]Read More sturgeon vows to press on into northern england.
From ‘Wrecking ball’ to dollgate – our plucky unionist press have heroically tried to share the information Scotland needs in order to not embarrass ourselves at the polling booths next week. Of course, with Nigel Fromage dictating conservative strategy and David Cameron dictating labour’s, the generification of UK politics is almost complete. Remember, neither Cameron […]Read More typical girls – the slits
I’m about twenty-five thousand words into this month’s NaNo. It’s (touch wood) pouring out like the piss leaks out of a kicked tramp and I’ve been lucky enough to experience that magical trance-world of just sitting back as the in-skull movie unfurls in my head and typing like a madman, trying to keep up with […]Read More we kill the beast – xtc
I’m almost sorry – almost – that the next month will be spent, instead of arguing politics with my fellow man, writing the first draft of my next work. With the general election just the other side of NaNoCamp, I’ll be taking a wee hiatus from the merry cut and thrust of the Westmonster parties […]Read More she’s in parties – bauhaus