_Clearly_ Gordon Brown’s nose is about to fall off

<a href=”http://www.unnecessaryquotes.com/”>This</a> is quite “clever”.

And, I don’t know about you, but on the news or on the innernet I’m seeing/hearing people use ‘clearly’ a lot more.

It’s a couple of days til christmas and I’m stuck here in christmasless korea still. This seems to happen every two or three years. They want me to keep workin so now my poor old mum is having a 25th with no spawn. Last time I was stuck here like this I posted this picture. It always makes me feel christmassy.

<a href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/sunnybreaks/4206158548/” title=”knecht_ruprecht_wmaster by esquimauxpie, on Flickr”><img src=”http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4047/4206158548_693373748d.jpg” width=”331″ height=”400″ alt=”knecht_ruprecht_wmaster” /></a>

Last week here was very cold. Then it snowed on the weekend. Just a little mind you, nothing like what they’re getting in Europe and n.america. Ungrateful sods. The first ten minutes of the news was full of rich privileged whiteys pissed that they weren’t gonna make it home for christmas, and the last three minutes was about Romanian orphans who are living in gangrenous squalor with a bunch of mental and physical sicknesses due to neglect.

I’ve been playin guitar with an older woman in the building. Last night we learnt Dead Flowers by the stones. Good song.

2 thoughts on “_Clearly_ Gordon Brown’s nose is about to fall off”

  1. The last time I read about Romanian orphanages it was because they were refusing to let anybody do anything for those poor little kids.
    Sarah Ferguson meant well when she went to oe of them – the paps followed, but only to ridicule her, not to point out the horror.

    Wishing you a Crippy Crimble from Birregurra dear Snowy Breaks.

    I wish I had been there picking out DeadFlowers with yas.

    1. Yeah, nice to see a foto of Birre. Mum said she heard that when the truck was stopped there overnight it was so heavy that it was damaging the road — sinking, so I guess there was no way they were going to get it on the train. Have a good christmas day, ann o’dyne.

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