Or does anybody else worry about the gullibility of the public?
There seems to be a compulsion on the part of yer average moron to record every facet of their everyday life and share it with the rest of the world.
To an aged cynic such as myself, this clamour to track our every movement only leaves us open to increased surveillance by a variety of agencies.
Personally, I have no desire to be minding my own business, only to find that some twat with more money than sense has filmed me covertly via a hidden camera buried in the frame of their fucking sunglasses, and has posted footage online.
This message popped up while I was reading the BBC news site earlier . . .
They should try looking at Manchester Airport.
I was there on Saturday night.
Fuck me! Terrorists everywhere! More people with suitcases than you could shake a stick at.
Bastards, the lot of ’em.
Too many puns . . .
Just too many puns . . .
This is prime material folks – come on, do your best.
Well, in this case it should be Amazing rather than Amazon.
My mate just sent me this gem , asking if I’d written it.
I only wish I were that funny.. . as do most of you, I suspect.
These lads should win a medal for the best interview of the olympics.
I have it on good authority that this is not a spoof.
The BBC seem to have a knack for inadvertently apt headlines
We live in dangerous times for what passes as democracy; when the power of money, wielded by the ‘one percent’, huge corporations and the ‘military/industrial complex’ holds more sway