Perhaps the answer to all of the British PM’s, problems with the House of Commons and the House of Lords, is awaiting her at the Laboratory of the Physics of Quantum Information at the Moscow Institute of Physics & Technology ( MIPT ). Where Lead researcher, Dr. Gordey Lesovik, speaks about an experiment with results that apparently defies the second law of thermodynamics, in an outcome that is loosely described as building a time machine and reversing time! These matters are reported in the journal “Scientific Reports ” says Jodie Whitaker, in an article in the Irish Independent.
Perhaps The British PM, could, with, Dr. Gordey Lesovik & co’s assistance, travel back in time and solve all her and the United Kingdom Of Great Britain and Northern Ireland’s ( is it not interesting how Northern Ireland is not actually automatically included as part of Great Britain? ) problems with Brexit and see to it that David Cameron, never became Leader of the Conservative Party!!!!!
Dear old Horatio Nelson, on being informed there was a signal from the boss to withdraw from the battle, put his telescope to his missing eye, and said ” Signal? I see no signal! ” Theresa May appears to be pulling a Nelson, with Brexit tonight Monday, March 11th, 2019, Backstop? I see no Backstop!
On the 2nd, April 1801, the British Navy, Under Admiral Parker, set out to destroy the Dano/Norwegian Fleet, at Copenhagen Harbour. Meeting stiff resistance from the Danes, Admiral Parker signalled the British Fleet to Withdraw from the battle.
Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson, was having none of it, and taking advantage of having only one functioning eye, having lost the other in a previous engagement, chose to ignore the orders of his superior officer, by placing his telescope to the blind eye and stating to his lieutenant officer Foley, I really don’t see that signal. Then continued to engage the enemy fleet to win a famous victory. Perhaps the British PM is inspired by this example of carrying on regardless.
Amidst all Minister Simon Harris’s, woes about cost overruns and location suitability disputes, concerning the new National Children’s Hospital, Located at St. James Hospital.
Minister Simon Harris, might give himself a bit of comic relief and something to smile at, by observing the comments of Micheal Portillo, speaking on the BBC program, This Week, last night, Thursday, February, 14 th. Were Mr. Portillo, comments on the Royal Navy, building three new Super Aircraft Carriers, which he suggests, cannot be deployed in any form of conflict situations, as there are not enough surface ships in existence to protect these three New Super Aircraft Carriers from attack by enemy submarines, aircraft and surface ships, meaning they can be torpedoed and bombed successfully out of existence by such enemy forces. Interesting don’t you think people?
Question for Minister Shane Ross and the many others concerned with various aspects of road safety, traffic management, and the enforcing of driver compliance with all relevant aspects of the Road Traffic Acts, etc.
Considering there is video evidence, a public admission on various media venues and a pathetic abuse of the Irish Nurses & Midwives cause, as a justification for Mr Healy Rae TD’s deliberate, premeditated breach of the legal sanctity of the Bus Lane on the M7.
Will any prosecution of said individual take place, as would occasion for any mere citizen? Or can a person go rob a Bank and claim they did it in support of the Irish Nurses & Midwives pay dispute? What would a Judge have to say about such a defence? Or as Mr Healy Rae TD, attempting to justify his behaviour on a TV discussion panel, in effect said, “others do it, so it’s ok for me to do it, especially as my business and political concerns are more important than anyone else’s ”
One of streetdogs.blog the word on the street, readers, has commented on Ireland Am presenter Alan Huges various statements on Junior Minister, FG’s TD, Jim Daly’s proposal for the establishment of an Uber-style taxi service for rural areas, dubbed Ruxi, primarily ( but not exclusively ) to cater for aspects relating to rural pubs maintaining their business.
During the three presenters discussion of this item, Presenter Alan Huges had a little rant about experiencing difficulties with waving down Dublin Taxis with their Taxi sign light switched on. giving out that it was a common practice for such Taxis to pass him by, and stating some reasons why he believed they were refusing to stop, and stating they had no business in failing to stop for him, as they are providing a service and are obliged to stop for him when he puts his hand out and they have their roof sign light on.
Our reader states that Alan Huges, along with many other members of the public have an incorrect understanding in this regard, and states that a Taxi driving along the street with its light on is plying for hire on the public highway, and when a member of the public puts their hand out for the taxi to stop, the driver has the right not to pull in and collect the said member of the public, however, if the driver does pull over having been waved down by said member of the public, the driver is obliged ( subject to certain exceptions ) to accept the fair.
Equally many members of the public are unaware that when they arrive at a Stand, a legal Taxi Rank, and there are several taxis at the stand, then the member of the public is not obliged to take the first Taxi on the rank, but may walk along the line of ten Taxis and select the eighth Taxi, if that’s the one they prefer the look of and that Taxi Driver is legally obliged to accept them as a fare ( subject to certain exceptions ), without regard to the presence of other taxis on the rank.
Anyone like to comment, Maybe Alan Huges?
In the same week that it’s announced that pupils will not in the future, face the stress of sitting for three written exams on the same day, and to ensure this, extra exam days will be scheduled for these pupils. A development welcomed by Secondary Teachers.
However, The same secondary teacher’s representatives are within forty-eight hours of the above announcement, directing Teachers, not to give any assistance to pupils with special needs and not to cooperate with any programs designed to render such assistance, throughout these pupil’s, entire educational experience. A very nice Christmas present for the concerned parents of such pupils. Need we say more!
A bit behind with drawing, as this was my state the last couple of days while I was studying for an exam beside work. Self portrait so to speak, with my favourite black heals.
via Inktober Day 15 – Weak — Melanie Franz