Whilst in Andorra snowboarding* for a week, I found that it was my fellow Brits who were the most annoying. It was a Brit who decided to leave his board in the middle of the learners’ hill. After my gf’s polite request that it was moved to the side, and my subsequent equally polite request … Read moreBrits Reputation
BA has announced that it has changed its rules regarding [tag]religious[/tag] items its staff can wear. As with many [tag]rules[/tag] and [tag]law[/tag]s, problems only appeared because they were far too specific. English law has the benefit of the word ‘reasonable’, allowing sensible flexible rules. Had their rules simply said “non-uniform [tag]cultural[/tag] and religious [tag]jewellery[/tag] and … Read moreBA drops ban on wearing crosses
The BBC is today reporting on the suggestion that ‘Plus-Size’ clothes tags should include [tag]obesity[/tag] help-line numbers. I agree – it’s a fact that many ‘heavy’ people are [tag]fat[/tag] because of lack of will-power (rather than any of the rare relevant medical condition), and every encouragement guilt-inducing-method should be used to help them. Call me … Read moreYou’re Too Fat
Last week saw another wave of ‘public concern’ over the increasing numbers of CCTV cameras. The BBC recently used the topic as one of their ‘Have Your Say‘ debates. The majority of the replies ‘recommended by readers’ were scathing remarks against the “you must have a guilty conscience” “brigade”. Unfortunately for them, many of these … Read moreCCTV – Not Invading Privacy
Dove Campaign For Real Beauty: ‘Evolution’ I don’t think this needs any further comment.