Tuesday

1. Nostalgia:

2. For those older Doctor Who fans, via Ivan:

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/11/27/tom_baker_completes_cancelled_doctor_who_serial_shada/

3. Renewables not doing wonderfully:

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/11/26/the-big-slide-in-renewable-energy-tells-the-real-story/

4. As he’s not a Christian, what’s the surprise?

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/archbishop-canterbury-baffled-christians-who-back-trump-n824001

5. Coffee shop makes a joke, gets vandalized by the left:

http://www.wsmv.com/story/36925942/ink-coffee-shop-vandalized-a-day-after-joking-about-gentrification-in-five-points-neighborhood

Night follows day.

6. The jokes started early:

‘…Labour MP David Blunkett was asked what he thought of the forthcoming wedding between Prince Harry and American divorcee Meghan Markle. He said, It could be worse – She could be half black!’

Prince Harry’s Dad was so pleased to hear about his engagement today. And so was Prince Charles.

Royal Family in-laws open own supermarket chain called “Markles and Spencers”

[H/T usual crew]

3 comments for “Tuesday

  1. dearieme
    November 28, 2017 at 14:54

    Nostalgia: my primary school had outdoor loos. I suppose they thought we might as well piss in our wellies outdoors as in. It had separate playgrounds for boys and girls. Each was just a small patch of concrete, with a shed you might choose to stand in if it was raining. It didn’t bear much resemblance to the schools we read about in our comics and books, though at least we were spared fagging, bullying and all that.

    I’ve no reason to suppose it was a bad school. How good a school is depends far more on (i) the children, and (ii) – and a rather distant second – the teachers, than it does on the architecture or the budget. If you judged it by how well its pupils thrived academically in later years you might think it pretty good. Bursaries, scholarships, class medals at ancient universities: a good haul.

    • November 28, 2017 at 15:42

      We had outdoor loos too. Bracing.

  2. james wilson
    November 29, 2017 at 02:20

    That pic is an brutal measure of the feminization of society.

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