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…and boy, the news is extra shitty today.


yeah, so remind me why I should get vaccinated again?  Hint:  never, and fuck off.

I think we should extend that policy to the un-imprisoned pedophiles as well.  Try to convince me I’m wrong.

oooh, the Fibbies must be getting fwightened

probably a good idea, come to think of it.  Not that I’m wishing any kind of physical violence against our beloved federal police force, oh no, not me.

and the next time some terrified homeowner shoots a fed agent by mistake, of course he’ll be the bad guy.

but hanging and the firing squad are too Krool & Hartless Whatever:

when Captain Slow has a wreck, there’s not much hope for the rest of us.  On the other hand, most of us don’t play silly-bugger games in tunnels.

am I the only one who had a sudden 1941 flashback?

And in (link-free) INSIGNIFICA:

and if her parents aren’t very proud of her, Child Welfare should be called in.

Finally:  I’m sick of the news.  So instead, here are some Ferraris, suitably accessorized:

So much for the news.

That’s The Stuff

It used to be called “Bulldog Spirit” — i.e. digging in your heels and refusing to take crap from anyone.

And this fine restauranteuse is a wonderful example of the above:

An award-winning restaurant has hit out at ‘holier-than-thou’ vegan customers after it received backlash over its new menu, which does not include any main courses suitable for them.
The Kitchen at London House on the Isle of Wight took to social media to defend itself against ‘nasty’ and ‘bullying’ vegans who were outraged at their decision to refuse to cater to their diets.  The popular high street restaurant in Ventnor said that while it used to serve some vegan food they decided to stop due to a ‘militant minority’.
‘We have in the past catered for vegans. Everything from Vegan cream teas, even had special Vegan bacon made so they could enjoy BLT’s amongst other things.
‘We stopped. Why? Because we got fed up with the arrogant, ‘holier-than-thou’ attitude.
‘Please, vegans, it is not a given that we should adapt our menu to suit your preference.
‘If you want vegan food, go to a vegan restaurant – which incidentally if I went to one and asked for a steak I wouldn’t get one, nor would I expect to.
‘You have chosen your lifestyle, it’s not a medical condition that you’ve been forced to endure through no fault of your own.
‘Your choice does not fit with our style of cooking. We respect your choice, and expect that you respect ours.

I would have just told the all veganists to fuck off, but this lady is cut from a different cloth than I am.

Forcing the world to change just to suit your personal preferences is the worst kind of solipsism and narcissism, and good for Our Heroine for standing up to them.


As a rule, I change the wallpaper on my laptop to no set schedule, and it depends on my mood at the time as to which new one I select.  This Alan Fearnley pic, however, will probably stay there for quite some time… (right-click to embiggen)