Monday, 28 July 2008

I think it's time for a change

I guess we're all finding it a bit of a challenge at the moment.

Everything seems more expensive, money doesn't seem to go as far. Petrol / diesel is a nightmare. Every little thing seems to take more commitment..

It's easy to look for people to blame - partly I blame myself for the stupid length of commute I do. Partly I blame the government....

But I guess the biggest problem we have at the moment if we ignore the financial mess we are in is the fact that the family and everything traditional we have benefited from in this country has been under attack by the liberal left.....

You know the stuff.....

1. Belief in God is an immature delusion.
2. Disciplining children is unfair on them and makes them sad.
3. Health and Safety is everything because we're all so afraid of getting hurt - so afraid that when the real thing happens, we're massively unprepared for it - I mean emotional as well as physical.
4. Hunting animals is bad.
5. The idea that all faiths are basically the same and they should all merge into one "conciousness".

I really really hate all that twaddle. I can't tell you how much I resent the liberal agenda for what it's done and continues to do to this country..

Liberalism stands for nothing.

Tuesday, 22 July 2008

It's been a bit quiet

It's been a number of weeks since I last wrote - that's 'cos I'm boring and have very little to say. I've been trying to think of a new angle to my commute..

Truth is I've been disparaging enough about FGW. I've written about my fellow travellers... what else is there to say??

Well I think I'm going to focus on nice things from now on (unless I get really angry)..

Watch this space.

Thursday, 3 July 2008


As I have commented before, when a train is early or on time, this results in 2 things happening:

1) Lots of people miss the train as they usually expect it to be late.

2) The FGW staff do a little may-pole style dance of celebration. Which then makes the train late.

Collyn the train manager was very keen to tell us that we'd have to wait at Oxford for a bit and that there was nothing wrong with the train or the track and that we were just early... How cynical does he think we are.....