( Jun. 11th, 2015 04:28 pm)
It's been a while. It's been a long time. Lots of things happening, and besides, I'm lazy. But I've been letting life drift past me to an extent, and that isn't a safe way to ago about things.
Since I was last here:
I am now two thirds through an Open University degree in Humanities specialising in creative writing. I've scraped a distinction on all but on 30 credit level one module, and I've just finished an exam, I don't know, I don't think I did very well. I never think I've doe very well, but at some point I have to be right...
I have moved to Llandudno, open coal fires, near the beach, on pets name terms with most of the local dog walkers...
um- ought to have a bit more than that to show for all this time. I have a fringe, and when it needs a wash two times out of three I wear a flat cap instead. And my boyfriend has grown a very long beard, more lumbersexual than hipster.
That's about it. There might be other stuff. But I need to have a look at my reading page and get my bearings.
David Cameron is keen that the perpetrators of criminal acts during the recent riots be punished with the full force of the law. Well, he has a point. Vandalism, for example, is a disgusting crime that exposes some of the worst elements of human nature. In fact, it’s a shame there’s a statute of limitations. It’s sickening to think that the perpetrators of such a crime only have to avoid getting arrested and charged for a few years until they become immune to their rightful punishment.
It is. It’s really such a shame. Because we shall never sit entranced before our television sets watching as two police constables knock on the door of number ten and put the smug, entitled, creepy, uberprivileged git in handcuffs. Or at the very least, ask if he’d mind coming down the station to help them with their inquires. Read more... )




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