Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Spys like us

Hmmm, now doesn't this bit of news strike you as a tad obvious.

After all, a suspicious death of a MI6 worker, bundled into a padlocked holdall.  It could be an 'open and shut' case, but sadly no.  

The British police have already come to the conclusion, as well as dwindling manpower, that it's not worth going down that route as spy's don't want to be found. 

It's like when all of the loos were stolen from Scotland yard - Police admitted they had nothing to go on!!

Well well, a puddy tat has now been employed to eradicate the rat infestation that Downing Street has now found itself in.

Hmmmm, we could say that the cat had better start with some of the politicians who frequent the place. 

And let's hope that the cat doesn't rat on the Prime Minister with the autobiographical book (already commissioned by Fat Cat Publishers) entitled 'Rats - I'm the Verminator!".

On this day

0399BC - The philosopher Socrates sentenced to death.
1852       - Great Ormond St Hospital for Sick Children, London, admits first patient 
1879       -  Women's rights: American President Rutherford B. Hayes signs a bill
                   allowing female attorneys to argue cases before the Supreme Court of
                   the United States.
1936       - Hitler announces building of Volkswagens for the people


1971 - Renee O'Conner (Gabrielle - Xena: Warrior Princess)
1954 - Matt Groening (The Simpsons)
1951 - Jane Seymour
1564 - Galileo Galilei


1981 - Jack Crapp, cricketer (7 Tests for England 1948-49, 319 runs), dies

(Well I thought it funny having runs with a surname like that)

Thought for the day

If Barbie is so popular, why do you have to buy her friends?


  1. Reportedly, the modern toilet was invented by someone with the last name of "crapper". Is this true, I don't know.... But it makes for a pretty crappy surname, if you ask me.



  2. Thomas Crapper I believe - How unfortunate.