Hello again iiwiiers
Busy this weekend, business as usual probably. I am so dedicated. Anyway, I read that seventy percent of British people don't believe what the bible says about the birth of the baby Jess. And that included a quarter of people who said they were Christians. This is research commissioned by a cockney church, which has made a video of evidence that it was true. But it doesn't go into detail about what believing or not believing it entailed. Were respondents who didn't believe it or disbelieve it completely disqualified? Or were they put in one or the other category? If they were disqualified, that's particularly harsh. It would mean that that seventy percent of people who don't believe it all people who don't even believe that there was a place called Nazareth, or such a thing as a donkey. Oh hang on - the opening paragraph says the majority don't believe the story, but the following one says that seventy percent 'doubt' it. What does that mean? Do they doubt everything or just at least one thing? Is it the same as not believing it? I dunno!
Well, I asked you yesterday to take Muntadar al-Zaidi into five figures on facebook, and now he has more than eighteen thousand fans, well done, I didn't know so popular, it's all down to me, hurrah! Let's see if we can get it to fifty - and let's see if we can get it to thirty by the end of the weekend. Perhaps we can hear some more about him getting beaten up, that probably helps. I'm asking this despite the fact that the blighter has been getting younger on facebook - last time I looked he was my age and now he's twenty nine! Perhaps that's what happens when you throw shoes at someone, you get eight years younger. But I wonder how that works - does it have to be George W. Bush you throw them at? Or just anyone or no-one? Or someone inbetween? Does it have to be a George? What if you throw them into a bush? I dunno, it's all so complicated nowadays! And it gets worse! Now it turns out that gangs are getting younger! I presume that means the people in them, not the gangs themselves. That would be silly, if a gang's age got less over time, until eventually it was the day after they were formed and then they disappeared. No, it must be the gang members. This is great, I think I know how to stop getting any older. I need to join a shoe-throwing gang for a bit until I'm a reasonably young age, then leave and let myself get a bit older, than join the gang for a bit again, and so on. Hurrah! There was confusion - but it all got sorted out in the end
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