Friday, December 22, 2006

Hapless Goon!

Now that the love-a-thon has finally eased up a little, Milky Mikey has popped down to the dairy to see if he still has a job, I've the chance to turn my eye to the blogging scene for a moment and have to ask, what gives here?
We seem to have a boring, dim-witted pillock of someone else's community in our midst, in the shape of Jermy Crackers.
I don't know about you lot but, whenever I have a bout of thrush, I'll use Canesten to get rid of it.
But I think that this irritating twat is going to take a little something more to shift!
I'm not normally one to go to these measures but enough is enough!

So I propose a vote.

Yays, Jermy stays or No's, Jermy goes.
And let's hope that he's man enough to concede, whichever way it goes.

Honestly, I ask you, what kind of deranged nob posts a picture of himself just after he's peed his knickers?

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Shagged Out.


Finally managed to get a moment to myself after discovering 'Natural Viagra Man' in the pub, a week or so ago. Since then, I've barely had time to grab a bite to eat (well, nothing of any great nutritional value, anyway), and I seem to constantly have bags under my eyes these days.
Well, he wears them quite high!
I must say, though, that this 'shag and sleep' diet is doing wonders for my figure.
Anyhow, I'm sure he won't be long in the shower and I'd better feed Tiddles while there's still something left of him to feed.


Tuesday, December 12, 2006

What Will They Sell When It's All Gone? Us, Down The Wantsum?

I'm not normally one to get too involved in politics but sometimes, something has to be said!
In reply to my grumble about The Motor Museum, I recieved....

Cllr David Green said...
You are all so harsh.Westcliff Hall is indeed "suplus to the Council's requirements" and is in a pretty bad state of repair.The Council would likely jump at any reasonable offer. THe Victoria Pavillion and Albion House are also up for disposal after the May elections. Hopefully one at least can be retained as a community facility.
5:03 PM

Why can't we keep them all?
Who's requirements are they surplus too?
Why does the council think that it's an independent body to the community which ELECTED them to represent, govern, service and maintain it?

I'd bet my right tit (of which I'm quite proud, y'know) that the majority of people who elected OUR council don't think they're surplus to requirements at all! I'd also wager that they're pretty disappointed that OUR councils' management of funds is so poor that nothing can be done with these venues except sell them off to developers!

Honestly, voting for Thanet Council (whichever party) is like inviting a smack-head into your home. You wake up in the morning to find your telly, video and stereo have been sold off to fund an agenda which is entirely useless to yourself!!!

Still, who knows, maybe our new Ramsgate Parish Council may go some way towards saving Albion House, at least?
Watch this potential residential space, eh?

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Another One Bites The Pillow.

Greetings and salutations to yet another new Thanet blogger!
Self confessed homosexualist, Justin Brown, has popped his head up, into what is becoming a rather diverse blogging scene, on the island.
Hailing from Birching Town (as, perhaps, it should be), I do hope and pray that he doesn't turn out to be that gorgeous waiter from Tandoori Nite!
Personally though, I do think a hatter would make a fine addition to Thanet blogging and look forward to enjoying your passage!

Sunday, December 03, 2006

Noone Seems To Car!

Whilst adoring The Sharpees in Church, last night, I heard (for the fifth time yesterday) someone banging on about The Westcliff Theatre aka The Motor Museum aka Empty Building with bags of potential and building rubbish (but that isn't in bags).
I must confess that I was getting a bit irritated with the constant references to The Rolling Stones, who played there in 1965. That was 41 years ago, shouldn't we have gotten over that by now?
But the point remains!
There's a wonderful venue that should be being used, but isn't.
I'm curious as to what the council, when/if they stop doing nothing with it, will actually do?
I'll bet they're scratching their metaphorical bollocks and trying to work out how the hell they're going to sell that one to a 'luxury apartment developer', as I speak!