Only one thing to say – to adopt the words of someone else who wasn’t listened to by the PTB:
Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.
This post is scheduled from Saturday morning and so only early returns are in but it’s looking pretty bad for Europe, democracy and freedom. Sigh – it was always going to be, I suppose.
My prayers were scant, my offerings few,
While witless wisdom fool’d my mind;
But now I trim my sails anew,
And trace the course I left behind.
For lo! the Sire of heaven on high,
By whose fierce bolts the clouds are riven,
To-day through an unclouded sky
His thundering steeds and car has driven.
E’en now dull earth and wandering floods,
And Atlas’ limitary range,
And Styx, and Taenarus’ dark abodes
Are reeling. He can lowliest change
And loftiest; bring the mighty down
And lift the weak; with whirring flight
Comes Fortune, plucks the monarch’s crown,
And decks therewith some meaner wight.
This cannot be viewed here but the link takes you to the BBC. Watch our very own Economic Voice twanging the bass at 11:04 and the double-bass at 11:50:
Click pic to watch and hear.
Solution tomorrow, same time.
Below you will find 10 well-known seven letter words, with only their endings remaining. Can you determine the words?
Just flicking through Spiegel, as one does and came across this:
US-Entertainer David Letterman, König der Late-Show, liebt es, sich über die Schwächen Prominenter zu amüsieren. Als er nun wegen Affären mit Mitarbeiterinnen zum Erpressungsopfer wurde, handelte er konsequent – er outete sich öffentlich.
I wonder what that could all be about.
Now going over to moderation, readers, apologies and will resume anon.