Marvelling at the Norman apologist just after 18:00 on Sunday Worship, and wondering why we have no comparable access, with simultaneous translation, to for example the sermons of the imam of the Dar-ul-Uloom Qadria mosque in Walthamstow, whose adherents have been handing out booklets apparently endorsed by him calling for the murder of those, like me, who think the desert religions are evil and deranged and should be officially discouraged, or of services from the numerous illegal mosques (i.e. without planning permission) in the neighbourhood. Far more interesting than Oxbridge platitudes. I know, there are numerous khutbahs online, but it would be good to hear this stuff, as it is spoke, straight from the camel’s mouth.
- Zend for the waiter
In the hour before Holland woke up I rewrote booze base access using Zend Framework – Ajax and other Greek words
- Sheer callous laziness on the part of nurses who are too busy to deal with patients in agonising pain
Good morning, Mary Anne from the Philippines and Florence from Zimbabwe. If dying with dignity is a goal, then making it
- Why doesn’t the right to be forgotten include genocidal mobs?
Apparently some neighbourhood lawyer acting on behalf of some ex-UN intern wants some Twitter stuff to be forgotten by Google in
- Mosque in Siurana
Apparently they’ve found the remains of a mosque down in Siurana de Prades, which was the last Muslim stronghold in these
- Christmas fun
Boxers, chickens, football