People are, to my mind, very much overrated!
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Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani appeared to be sweating a dark colour from his temples as he gave a news conference.— SkyNews (@SkyNews) November 19, 2020
Latest news from the US here: https://t.co/zFeaRB4gbw pic.twitter.com/4SDSy8zLtn
Either change your hair dye, or go au naturel!
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Thursday, November 12, 2020
Certain banks and financial institutions are proposing that those who work from home after the pandemic should pay more tax, in order to support those who have to travel to the office.
These institutions are not thinking of others, but merely themselves.
For you see dear reader, they have large sums of money tied up in commercial property investments.
Unless those properties are occupied they lose a fortune. Therefore from the banks' perspective the more people who are taxed back to offices, the better
Wednesday, November 11, 2020
Given that you are so keen to inject "hope" into millions of arms this winter, I trust and assume that you will be doing a Gummer and (at the very least, if you don't have one of your children to hand) taking one in the arm yourself?
Tuesday, November 10, 2020
People become terribly stressed when they realise that they have painted themselves into a corner.
They have no need to be stressed, for the solution is simple. Just walk back across the painted area, and paint over the footprints.
In the event you don't have enough of the original paint to do that, then either change the colour or simply say that the footprints were part of the original design.
Monday, November 09, 2020
Every time there is a change of President in the USA, the media and certain politicians/political commentators wax lyrical about the so called "special" relationship and fret whether it will continue under whoever is the new President.
Whilst personal chemistry (or lack of it) between the President and the Prime Minister can be a help or hindrance to the optics of the interactions between the USA and UK, there has never been a "special" relationship in the sense that the media and politicians would like to have us believe.
The USA and UK, because of their shared heritage, history and economic/security ties will continue to work together no matter who is President or Prime Minister. However, never be under any illusion that the UK will be treated "specially", the USA always acts in what it perceives to be its own best interests!