We know that the Saudi regime is a serious human rights abuser, so why is Canada selling it armoured vehicles, the very ones used to intimidate its populace? At times like this I wish we had TV interviewers in Canada with as much mettle as Jon Snow backing David Cameron into a corner on why the UK supported Saudi Arabia’s bid to be on the UN’s Human Rights Council .
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Purple is associated with mourning as well as all the better known things—royalty, magic and spirituality etc. Somehow I’d forgotten this until Prince died.
I am so gutted by this news, I don’t even know what to write. I’m just going to think of every comma as a paisley from now on, in his honour.
Finnish News takes on the US election. Please note that I don’t think this US election is a joke. Trump is close enough to a fascist demagogue, and the spectre of the million who have died as a result of the illegal Iraq War also hangs over both campaigns. This is funny but truly, this is not a joke.
Bill Gates, Steve Ballmer and the other very excited nerds at the Windows 95 launch.
Fitting because I was helping my mother with her work PC earlier and it was really was like going back in time.
Bill’s little hop.
I like the comments:
“Gates is flapping his hands like a seal.
“Haste doesn’t live here,” says one sign on the door. Another inside says “Nothing in this room is for sale.” An Italian woman named Chiara Vigo is the last living master of the ancient textile tradition of spinning “baysuss” or silk produced from the fibres exuded by a giant mediterranean mollusc. The craft is referenced in the holy books of more than one religion and is said to go back 5000 years.