Natural disasters. As in, earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, tornadoes, hurricanes, etc., etc. When the initial time spent telling the horror stories is over, we enter
Author: Christopher England
As a small science experiment yesterday, I decided to kidnap somebody. Well, it wasn’t just yesterday. I’d been planning it for a little while, and
Avoiding Happy Slaps
Videoing drive-by shootings is popular in America. As you may know, a regular game is that a bunch of kids will steal a car, drive
Muslims say tough shit to victims
Remember the Tsunami? And the aftermath? What I do find interesting is that the Muslim world seems to not have been that forthcoming with aid
The year of the cat
It’s the day after my birthday, and so I’ve called this journey to my next birthday the year of the cat. I am determined that
My Malignment Mess
I’ve been having extended correspondence with a gentleman I appear to have upset. Nothing unusual there you may say. Apparently I have ‘maligned’ him through
Door to door god salesmen
Door to door sales people piss me off. I don’t want their double glazing. I don’t want their god. So, I was pissed off to
Radio is a patchwork blanket
I’ve mentioned before my obsession with radio. That’s how radio programmes work and so on.
The Dixons Magnet
Once upon a time I bought things because of what I refer to as the ‘Dixons magnet’. Dixons used to be the name of a
Could we really live with peace and love?
I doubt we will see a real peace until we eradicate a few of the dominant and aggressive religions from the world. It is those
So Jesus Christ was buried in Kashmir, eh?
What an interesting programme I just watched on BBC Four. I’m actually quite surprised that I haven’t heard tales of the BBC being burned at
Jews make chickens giddy
You couldn’t make this up could you. But where did it originate from?
Are TV News presenters and reporters mad?
Someone somewhere (probably in America) started a really really stupid trend. Now they are all copying it. Have you noticed it? It is very very
The Bible and homosexuality: Makes yer think
On her radio show recently, Dr Laura Schlesinger said that, as an observant Orthodox Jew, homosexuality is an abomination according to (Leviticus18:22), and cannot be
False Koranic Rumours
The major battles in this world are currently based on religion. The Christians and Jews are currently standing together against followers of Islam.
Why do people shave? What’s that all about? What’s so wrong about having hair on a body? Women (in the UK) shave their armpits, and
Why does any of it matter?
So then. Why does any of it matter?
Yes, Dirty water…Just been reading about how a few years ago, a January was the driest January for 2 million years, and how this meant
The Great Toilet Seat Debate
Men and women are different to each other. There are a number of places that this difference causes a little friction. One is in the
The Woman with the Cross
I’ve noticed this weird old woman walking about. She’s sort of passed me a few times. She’s walking with a bit of a hobble, and
Time keeps on slipping slipping slipping into….
The Passage of Time: Time and time again I hear people discussing how fast time seems to be going. They have a whole range of
Where do all the people go?
The unusual thing of two little 10 year old girls from Soham disappearing at the same time rocketed the ‘missing persons’ thing into the public
The Great Water Hysteria
Last year, we were having to watch mass hysteria in London. It was about water.
Ohh, Ahh, Slurp, buzz buzz
This might be a true story. I hate socialising. I hate people. But, my girlfriend and I went out with friends the other night to
David Irving and the Christian couple’s £10,000
There were two pieces of news last month that I found confusing.
Your Mother’s Got a Penis
I was first introduced to the Goldie Lookin Chain song “Your Mother’s Got A Penis” when I was listening to Zane Lowe (Radio One, of
Push to Talk. Well, when, eh?
In the dark and distant days of the beginning of digital mobile telephony, I remember Orange had introduced a new phone that included the ability
Tie means a lie so you buy
Body language is a funny thing. Through it, you can supposedly tell all you want to know about a person. But there are some people
The inequality of being an English White
We are told we are equal, and we must fight to stop discrimination and to pretend that we are not all different. I actually find
Hackney racism part 2
I have previously reported the racist policies of East London’s Hackney Council, manifesting themselves through the Hackney Empire. It was the case that a mixed
As an English White man living in England, I am used to being a second class citizen without any privileges. So, it was no real
Most Haunted – Most Hilarious
As people get older the buffer between them and death gets thinner. A child’s first experience of death is usually great-grandparents. This leaves layers of
Whilst watching the somewhat predictable and highly obvious plotline gore filled slasher-fest film Severance at an Iford, Essex (basically an East Londonish area) cinema, I
Hi Ho Hi Ho it’s off to Hajj we go
Jews have a chemical instruction hard wired into their brain (or maybe it’s just something they are taught from a very early age) that they
Big Brother is the new crack cocaine
So, here we are in a Britain with kids wandering aimlessly around in packs. These bored, restless and feral latchkey kids are going out and
The death of the single
From today, any song whatsoever that’s downloaded (from the legal sites being surveyed) can appear in the (singles) charts. The previous rules were that the
I dunno. That Professor Stephen Hawkin, eh? He’s a one. I mean, right, the information paradox that has blighted debates for over 30 years, yeah?
Words are taking control
Words. Everywhere. They are trying to get us. To overwhelm us. To make us never forget them. Are we in danger? Yes we are.
I don’t like many performers, so Derren Brown should consider it a privilege that I find him to be one of the most fascinating people
Christmas tree fear
Phew! Christmas is over for another year, and my eyes can stop watering.
Going to a Carol Service
It’s weird being an outsider, y’know. I went to a Carol Service, ‘cos it was Christmas, innit. Ok, let’s examine this: I didn’t go because
Inside looking out
Ok, I see a danger here. It’s just the mood I’m in as I spout this stuff, but you read the first few entries on
A tiny man
I’m a radio anorak. There. I’ve said it. But, I’m not just that. Let’s see how blogging helps me prove something, eh?