I read an article in the Daily Mirror yesterday about a woman who took her kid to the play park, only to find a couple of undesirables passed-out in an apparent drug-induced slumber. Quite understandably, the mother was outraged and angry- as would most other normal people be. Play parks aren’t the place for adults without children , alcohol, cigarettes or drugs. continue reading
A letter in the “Your Letters” section of the Daily Mirror regarding thoughts on the penalty-points system enforced under UK driving law caught my attention today. So much so, I may even email a response to it. continue reading
Had a little chuckle at a letter I read in the Daily Mirror today.
In the previous post “Alice? Who the Fuck is Alice??“, I supplied the Daily Mirror with an answer to a reader’s question. Although I made it appear as though I knew what I was talking about, my reply was utter nonsense and I didn’t expect to hear anything further of it. continue reading
In the previous post, I wrote about how people ask a question in the Daily Mirror and how someone who knows the answer would reply. I said that some of the questions were plain boring, but this got me thinking and now I’m wondering something else. continue reading
I usually bring a copy of the Daily Mirror to work. There- I’ve said it. It’s not the most intellectual newspaper in the world, but it’s easy reading and I think it’s much more interesting than some other newspapers. continue reading