Monthly Archives: December 2015

Daily Prompt: The disadvantage of finding rudeness a challenge

Daily Prompt Unexpected guests You walk into your home to find a couple you don’t know sitting in your living room, eating a slice of cake. Tell us what happens next One of the major downsides of being brought up … Continue reading

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Once a year day

I’ve made the Christmas pudding – not the sort You boil for hours then douse in brandy and ignite Which would be silly when On Christmas day you’re like to be Expiring from the heat: A frozen one, cassata-like, with … Continue reading

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Saturday

I try to get my act together but the road is all uphill And I am old today. Tomorrow will be better so they say But how can they Be sure? And it wouldn’t really matter if I didn’t have … Continue reading

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Happy Christmas Mr LaPierre

It’s OK, you can relax, nobody’s going to take your guns, the NRA has been vindicated. San Bernardino was an act of terrorism that could have been avoided if partygoers had been armed, and Donald Trump is going to ban … Continue reading

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The sanctity of the Second Amendment: ROFL

Dear America I have tried to be polite on this issue, although I admit in a couple of recent posts I was starting to lose it. But given that today’s shooting in San Bernardino is the 352nd gun massacre in … Continue reading

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