Spam, beautiful spam

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The one on the left was from Friday till Saturday evening and I cleared them.  Next morning, there were another 198 but from two evening’s ago to last evening, I broke my record – 791 spam in one day.  Beats stat porn hands down.

Stance of parties, pundits and people on the EU

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Part 1 is herePart 2 is here.

There are reasons why Part 3 won’t alter behaviours but it will cause people to shut it out and send this blog to Coventry:

1. People have their own agendas and though the first two parts of this article might make sense, someone like Jailhouse Lawyer, for example, will still support the EU because it supports prisoner’s votes. He said as much in comments on Part 1.

The EU and Sovereignty

Part 2 is herePart 3 is here

# Introduction

This is not an exhaustive document because that would take volumes; it merely points to certain aspects under the  headings below and to why it is imperative that not only must the UK withdraw from the EU without delay, it needs the people of the UK to speak with a concerted voice to make it happen.

1. THE EU AND SOVEREIGNTY

2. SPECIFIC WAYS THE EU OPERATES

3. STANCE OF PARTIES, PUNDITS AND PEOPLE ON THE EU

День Защитника Отечества

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Wiki says about it:

Officially, as the name suggests, the holiday celebrates people who are serving or were serving the Russian Armed Forces (both men and women), but unofficially, nationally it has also more recently come to include the celebration of men as a whole, and to act as a counterpart of International Women’s Day on March 8.

The holiday is celebrated with parades and processions in honor of veterans, and women also give small gifts to the Russian men in their lives, especially husbands (or boyfriends), fathers and sons. As a part of the workplace culture, women often give gifts to their male co-workers. Consequently, in colloquial usage, the holiday is often referred to as Men’s Day (День Мужчин, Den’ Muzhchin).

Blogging lite

Blogging here was/will be non-existent light on the weekend/today/tomorrow for two reasons – birthday celebrations today and a longish post on “the EU and us” to answer the quite extraordinary statement by a deputy leader of one of the UK parties that the EU is no problem to us and there is no need for a referendum.  The latter is taking a lot of composing, with the various links.

I’ll be back to visiting and blogging a.s.a.p.