Saturday, 10 June 2017

Lord Buckethead.

I've had a quiet day, punctuated only by people sending me things about Theresa May on social media.

I liked this one, 'inspired' by Al Pacino in 'Scarface'. It's the morning after indulging in that hubris feeling;

One of the more obscure aspects of an election are the publicity seekers who stand in the constituencies of famous politicians, hoping to get on the television. Some wear silly 'Lord Buckethead' who stood against Thatcher, Major and now Theresa May.

One of his more sensible policies dealt with nuclear weapons;

"A firm public commitment to build the 100-billion-pound renewal of Britain's Trident weapons system, followed by an equally firm commitment, privately, not to build it. They're secret submarines, so no one will ever know. It's a win-win."

It produced this exchange on The Guardian;

Well, it cheered me up.

Neil Harris
(a don't stop till you drop production)
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