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Don't know what to write here so will start with a bit of hamlet then follow that up with an amusing cartoon which ridicules many irrational beliefs (religions) simultaneously.

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Act II, Scene II

I have of late, but wherefore I know not,
lost all my mirth and indeed it goes so heavily with my disposition
that this goodly frame the earth seems to me a sterile promotory;
this most excellent canopy the air, look you,
this mighty o'rehanging firmament,
this majestical roof fretted with golden fire;
why, it appeareth nothing to me but a foul and pestilent congregation of vapours.
What a piece of work is a man,
how noble in reason, how infinite in faculties,
how like an angel in aprehension, how like a God!
The beauty of the world, paragon of animals;
and yet to me, what is this quintessence of dusk.
Man delights not me,
no, nor women neither, nor women neither.

© 1600 William Shakespeare

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» School Trips

I studied French for 5 years…
at the Alderman Peel High School in Wells, Norfolk. As a learning aid before we took out GCSE’s the French teacher arranged a trip to Boulogne. It started out as a well organised trip but by the time we left we had to travel all the way by public transport.

When we arrived we immediately noticed the smell, not nice! Then it became apparent that not only did everyone speak English, all the shops and market stalls displayed their prices in, and accepted pounds. Fantastic! And to top it off, we were legally (well almost) allowed to drink beer. Therefore, we managed to give the teacher the slip and spend three days in the local bowling alley getting pissed and speaking ‘French’.

One day in the market we found a stall selling Chinese firecrackers. We all bought as many as we could and hid them in our luggage.

On the ferry coming back to the UK the teacher called us all together and announced that he knew about the firecrackers and we must get rid of them before returning to the UK. So we did, we piled them all on the deck at the back of the ferry and set them alight. After about 2 minutes the bangs stopped and the smoke cleared to reveal a burning hole in the deck.

We later discovered that the school was billed £6000 in damages.


(Thu 14th Dec 2006, 12:43, More)