I’ve been rummaging through looking for all the Little Richard albums on my shelves and playing them as I worked out the back, when the needle dropped on this I thought ‘ah! I know who’d love this.’ So here he is funkin’ it up with the best of them in 1970. Enjoy...
I notice the mood has been darkening a bit on here this last few days so what better to lighten things than some top class pickin’?
Listen, I’ve just been thinking, I know you must be wrapping Amy up in cotton wool at the minute so if there’s anything you need down the shops or anything else just let me know. I’m off until Monday and I’m doing runs for relatives anyway so it would be no bother at all.
Same goes for anybody else on here, if you’re in a bind let me know and I’m happy to help in any way I can.
You’ve all seen the parade of parliamentary charlatans wearing their NHS lapel pins, you’ll have all seen the rainbows in front windows, heard or taken part in the applause. Behind the showy facade staff were told this morning that their Bank Holiday pay rates have been cut.
Nothing quite like the thanks of a grateful nation, is there?
So despite all the incessant media babble about Mosley’s ‘extremism,’ and Foot’s ‘suicide note’ it turns out they were right all along, as were the constant Jeremiads delivered on-line by the likes of me. Is there anybody reading this today, even those who were formerly the most rabid believers in globalism, who don’t now recognise the central importance of maintaining and developing domestic productive capacity?
I went rummaging up the attic for my copy of this and have re-read it over the last couple of days.
Have a bash at it and see how prescient a commentator Camus was on the human condition: when faced with crisis some rise, some crumble; some are selfless others selfish. Reflect on how you’ve been acting and how you’d like others to see you...