Monday, June 05, 2006

In Between Words

If it’s a little quiet here at the moment it’s only because I’m a little busy at present, as Microsoft have asked me in help them with a project and I’m trying to do the my flying work in between. Both The News of The World and the Sun have been calling up and asking about World Cup banners. That doesn’t leave an awful lot of time for spontaneous ‘Blogging’ or being David Cameron's clandestine political agent I’m afraid. I’ll try and catch-up with the personal attacks on my character in between the commuting.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Now, Simon, where on earth did you get the idea it was clandestine...............?

Chris Wells

DrMoores said...

A little irony for our card carrying member of the Socialist Workers Party. That said, I was in the Thatcher room at Portcullis House earlier for an excellent session on Transformational Government!

Anonymous said...

As an LSE graduate I probably know more SWP members than the rest of you put together.

Chris Wells

James Maskell said...

About the SWP, has anyone seen them recently at Margate High Street?

Anonymous said...

Actually, I've never been a member of the Socialist Workers Party, nor do I subscribe to their points of view on many issues. I am not a member of any political party.

Do Tory Party members carry cards or brass models of Thatcher's balls - not that she had any, but she talked it.

Satire!

James Maskell said...

Membership cards are more traditional, though "Thatcher's balls" are an interesting alternative. They wont fit in a wallet though!

Anonymous said...

It's interesting to note which of us sad buggers are up at this time of night, working, and using this site for a little light relief.

Chris Wells

Anonymous said...

You make a good point there, Mr Wells.

James Maskell said...

It is rather sad. Us headbanging Thatcherites should be wide awake satisfying our thirst for blood by now...

Anonymous said...

Well that proves what I've always thought - that only a stake through the heart will finally put paid to Thatcher, aka the Queen of the Night. Spitting Image got it right!

Anonymous said...

Always thought spitting image did more to destroy John Major and Roy Hattersley than anyone else. Although, of course, discovering in hindsight what John was actually doing with his underpants is, perhaps, even funnier.

Chris Wells