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calendar   Sunday - December 02, 2012

update on story re.thug attacking young girl. he is now scared. good. hope he stays that way.

A couple of weeks ago, this big negro guy ran up behind a 16 year old girl and simply hit her from behind, knocking her to the ground.

Well, here’s another update on that story and I rather like it. Now if only someone could nail the bastard and break a couple of his teeth and split his lip.

He was sent to jail and now it’s he that is frightened, it’s reported.

I don’t suppose they have Klan members in Brit jails.  Hmmmm. Pity really.

Jailed thug who punched 16-year-old girl unconscious in shocking random street attack is ‘too scared to leave cell’

Michael Ayoade, 34, ran up behind Tasneem Kabir as she walked to college and smacked her around the head
Ayoade jogged away as the 16-year-old lay unconscious on the ground in Plaistow, East London, bleeding and with broken teeth
An insider at the prison where he is being held said he is ‘petrified of reprisals’

By Kerry Mcdermott and Amanda Williams

A thug who has been remanded in custody after admitting punching a 16-year-old girl unconscious in a random street attack is too scared to leave his cell, it has today been claimed.

Michael Ayoade, 34, left petite teenager Tasneem Kabir with broken teeth, a bleeding lip and a bruised face in the attack before he jogged away, leaving her out cold on the ground.

But powerfully built Ayode, who has a distinctive scar across his cheek, is said to be petrified there will be reprisals for him after the assault was captured on CCTV and spread across the internet.

According to The Sun, he insists on eating his meals in the cell and having guards to escort around HMP Thameside in South East London.

A source told the paper: ‘He’s absolutely petrified. It is absolutely disgusting what he did to that poor girl. I thought the young lady in question would be quietly pleased to hear this information.’

He was arrested thanks to an anonymous tip-off after police released CCTV footage of the shocking attack, which showed Ayoade casually jogging away while Miss Kabir lay unconscious on the ground.

Ayoade later told police that the petite 16-year-old ‘didn’t have a friendly face’, that he was ‘intimidated by her’ and that she ‘made me feel like a pauper with her facial gestures’.

He said he couldn’t cope with ‘taking an insult from a little person like that’.

He pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm at Thames Magistrates’ Courton November 24, following the daylight attack in Plaistow, which left the teenager with three broken teeth, a split lip, and bruises and grazes on her face.

From the Sunday Mail.

The rest of the article is just a rehash of the older story.  I hate the idea that they must protect this piece of human-like garbage.


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/02/2012 at 12:39 PM   
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bah and humbug to 300 year old traditions. political correctness must be obeyed

Let be clear on one thing, he is serving this country in its military and so for that reason deserves some consideration.
BUT ….

As others have pointed out, he must have been aware of the conditions demanded and the dress code for the Guards.  Personally, as a matter of style I find the turban looks better. But I’m not in the military and anyway, nobody asked or would give a damn what I like or don’t. It’s really not my business anyway.  What bothers people and I’d agree, is that hundreds of years of Brit tradition MUST be put aside to accommodate another culture and religion.
Why can’t they accommodate that of their host country?

You can see here how even the military, at the very top, has grown very PC over time.

What next?  A religious Jewish soldier who might insist on wearing a skull cap?
Why not?  Better yet, why not simply allow the guards to scrap tradition altogether and just let everyone wear what is comfy for him or in the future, her, prefer to wear.
Something of their own design perhaps.

oh btw, in the photo here we see him when he was in training for another outfit and he was NOT wearing a turban.  So just how urgent is the wearing of that item?  Seems like exceptions can be made after all.  Unless that is, you want to score a politically correct point.

Traditions hold cultures and countries together but, since this one is somewhat fractured anyway, what diff. will it make?  Bah, humbug!

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The British Army is embroiled in a damaging row after the first Sikh soldier allowed to wear a turban rather than a bearskin on ceremonial duties suffered abuse from his colleagues.

By Mark Nicol and Amanda Perthen

Guardsman Jatinderpal Singh Bhullar, 25, who joined the Scots guards this year, has been given permission to wear a turban outside Buckingham Palace, breaking hundreds of years of tradition.

The decision by Army bosses has proved controversial with Bhullar’s fellow soldiers. The Army’s Sikh chaplain has told The Mail on Sunday that Bhullar has endured taunts about his turban and his refusal to cut his hair and his beard.

Traditionalists in the Scots Guard say the allowances made for Bhullar will make the whole company look ridiculous to tourists and onlookers. The regiment traces its origins back to 1642 and its soldiers have worn bearskins on parade since 1832.

The Mail on Sunday was initially approached by serving non-commissioned officers based at Wellington Barracks, who were angry that the MoD had compromised centuries of history for the sake of one soldier.

READ ALL OF THE STORY HERE


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/02/2012 at 06:54 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - December 01, 2012

It’s over and I’m finished

Got the last box up here into the garage at about 7:30 last night. Went in and had a double martini, a bit of something to eat, and went to bed. Up at 6am, said to Hell with it, back to bed. Up at 11, ate. Back is killing me. Back to bed. Out. Trying it again, now it’s 2pm. Still tired. Coughing up all sorts of phlegm, from working with all the dust and grime and the gritty corners of the old garage.

I’m taking what’s left of today off to rest, and maybe tomorrow too. Then I can start unpacking, 2 or 3 boxes a day, for the next ... forever.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 12/01/2012 at 02:21 PM   
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away with the manger …. new version?

Christmas is closing in and it will not be long.  Usually my favorite season but I’ll tell you the truth. It is nothing like it was when I was a kid back in ancient times.
You youngsters 60 and under won’t know.  Times Sq. and Broadway and the Great White Way with theater after theater after theater and many with live shows.
And some of the big bands were still trying to hang in. I saw the great Benny Goodman and got to say hello and we shook hands. Hey, I must have been 8 or 9. I don’t recall.  Saw Woody Herman too.  Spent every Christmas in NYC at the Edison Hotel. And the restaurants were wonderful especially the Automat. Which is no more, like a lot of other nice things.
And somehow perhaps because of a young age and we now are talking 1943 to 1947. Maybe a bit beyond that, the Christmas Carols really sounded nice to my young ears. No pc back then, and nobody trying to show off their own personalized version of Silent Night.  Ever try and listen to how some of these new age self styled pop singers screech out notes and all manage to sound like they’re in extreme pain? 
And nobody was offended by public displays of the Nativity because I guess it was simply taken for granted that the country was, in spite of other religions, basically a Christian country. And anyone could enjoy the season without even being religious. Really.  Nobody took offense.  Nobody felt “isolated” and less a citizen.  That’s because it was the happy days (ok, not always for many ppl) before we had the aclu and others and the internet, telling us how miserable we were and how oppressed we were and how our rights were being violated by the public display of a manger and a cross.


How times have changed.


Away in a manger, two crooks stole the bed: How one school decided to change the story of Christmas

* Essex school criticised by parents for dumping traditional nativity play
* Canvey Junior School is staging a ‘cops and robbers’ themed play
* One parent has withdrawn their child and parents have said the play is inappropriate following a number of armed robberies in the town

By Mario Ledwith

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A primary school has been criticised after they ditched the traditional Christmas nativity, opting to stage a ‘cops and robbers’ themed play.

Parents have been left fuming by the school’s decision to choose the modernised play, in which their children sing Away in a Manger with a completely different set of lyrics.

The play, which will be performed by 11-year-olds at Canvey Junior School in Essex, gets rid of traditional characters Mary and Joseph, instead focusing on the tale of two violent robbers.

But parents have described the school’s decision a ‘tasteless’ in light of a number of armed robberies in Canvey Island, where the school is based.

Parents have also complained that themes of theft and violence are inappropriate for young children to intake - with one parent reported to have withdrawn their child from the production and complained about the play’s content.

One parent, who did not want to be named, said: ‘I can’t see that this gangster story is going to be better than something from the Bible.
‘What are they going to have our children saying? ‘Sorry Mary and Joseph, but there is no room in the cells?’

They added: ‘I think it is a little tasteless to stage the play with all the recent reports of armed robberies on the island.
‘I don’t understand why the politically correct brigade has had to get rid of the traditional story anyway?’

The school has defended the decision not to stage the traditional nativity play - a staple in schools across the UK.
Headteacher Janet Vaughan said the play, which has been previously published and was downloaded from the internet, is ‘fun’ and ‘lighthearted’.

She said: ‘The outcome is the robbers are caught and banged to rights and the true meaning of Christmas comes across very strongly with a nativity at the end.’
‘It is nice to have a fun element to any sort of Christmas production and we always have a religious basis to it as well.

‘It is very, very funny and nothing more than a light-hearted version of events.’
Referring to the updated lyrics to Away in a Manger, she said: ‘It’s nonsense to say the words are anything other than tongue-in-cheek and the children understand that.’

After receiving a parent’s complaint, Mrs Vaughan wrote to all parents saying if they had similar concerns their child could be withdrawn from the play.
However, she said despite one child not taking part, other parents have been supportive of the production.
She added: ‘Our productions are always absolutely excellent, the kids get such a lot out of it.’

source: The Daily Mail

Just so the reader here has a bit of the background. When the article mentions robberies recently, here’s what they’re referring to.

MASKED robbers held up a seafront arcade at gunpoint in the latest in a string of incidents on Canvey.

A handgun was pulled on staff at Canvey Amusements, in Furtherwick Road, as two thieves demanded cash from the safe.

The thugs, one in his 20s and the other older, made off with a four-figure sum of money following the incident which happened just before 6pm last Sunday (Nov 18).

It is the eleventh armed robbery the Echo has reported on in Canvey so far in 2012.

Since August alone the Co-Op in Linden Way has been targeted twice, Bargain Booze in Long Road has been struck twice by robbers, and Canvey Island Dry Cleaning in High Street was held up by a robber brandishing a metal pole.


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/01/2012 at 11:56 AM   
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old folks and new age ballet

I was never a fan but she was kinda cute depending on the photo taken back in those early years.
Not a great beauty I don’t guess but not hard to look at either.
I suspect however that she was (is today?) a liberal.  Oh well, some of them can look good too yaknow.

Some of you will recognize her I am sure.

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Age my friends, is truly the great satan.

You recognize MARIANNE FAITHFUL of course. But that was then. And this is now!

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This is now too but this is more artistic BS.  I’ve never been a fan of ballet either. I like some of the music ok but not the dance. I guess it’s dance coz everyone refers to it that way. To each his and her own seems fair enuff. But come on.  Is this what ballet has to resort to in order to draw an audience?
It really looks silly to my eye, which may I grant you be a bit out of focus when it come to this artsy-fartsy stuff.

Here’s our old gal Marianne again, and still on stage. But I much prefer her earlier pix.


As years go by… Marianne Faithfull shows old flame Mick Jagger he’s not the only old trouper

Faithfull is is playing the lead role in Bertolt Brecht’s ballet The Seven Deadly Sins at a theatre in Linz, Austria

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MARIANNE


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/01/2012 at 09:40 AM   
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