Some swine are complaining about the huge birthday bash Robert Mugabe is having-just because unemployment is 90% in Zimbabwe! I think they're just jealous that they're not getting invited. Surely with all those people not doing anything in particular they might as well have one? This sensible point of view is, of course, nowhere reflected in the news. The all-night extravaganza (6pm to 6am) is being organized by a retired major who's now with the information ministry, Anywhere Mutambudzi. The news also disgracefully failed to find his facebook page, unlike It Is What It Is. I couldn't help noticing that he's got a lot less friends than me. Probably they would have asked me to organise the party, but they know I would have refused. Nothing personal, on principle I'd be happy to organise a party for any despot, I would satisfy myself by making sure that every aspect of it was thoroughly mediocre, were it not for that fact that I'm too busy for, I don't really have time for, I can't really be bothered with organising a party for anyone.
He looks very nice in his white suit, it doesn't have the Martin Bell self-righteous feel. Maybe he is self-righteous and it just doesn't come across in that photo. He is fond of posting stuff on his wall about how to find inner peace, and playing the zoo game. There's a lot that's not public on his Facebook page, I would attempt to befriend him to find out more for you, but I couldn't really bring myself to assign the necessary amount of my energy/attention/time to convince him that he should let me be his friend and that I wasn't taking the piss.
I neglected to bring you news a few days ago that a new toilet has been installed in the International Space Station. It wasn't clear made clear whether it was a replacement one or an extra one, but I'm guessing it's an extra one. I wonder how often a crew member needs to go but there are no toilets unoccupied? I wonder how many there are now? I bet I can find out. Hmm. In March last year there were two, and there wasn't a lot of sharing going on. The Russians and Americans were supposed to stick to their own toilets. Then in July, with 13 people on the station, one broke. The shuttle astronauts had to go in the shuttle. What I want to know is, what about the Europeans and stuff? It's supposed to be an international space station. Hence the name. Does it depend who they came with? In other words, whose 'guest' they really are? I don't know if they fixed the toilet. I'm guessing that they did, and this new one is another American one. Do let us know if you have any more information on that matter.
that's all from me for now
see you around
Pop Song Of The Day: She Used To Be My Baby (Spike Priggen)