Friday, 10 October 2008

Bring back Bejam...

This means War! Relations between Britain and Iceland are at their lowest point since the Cod Wars of the 1970s, after the collapse of the country's banking sector has left some of our councils and charities facing losses of up to £1 billion, and Kerry Katona facing bankruptcy, again. As a consequence, Sub-Prime Minister Gordon Aloysius Brown has denounced the "totally unacceptable" failure of the Icelandic authorities to guarantee UK depositors would get their money back, but Icelandic Prime Minister Keir Hardie (may he rest in peace) has in turn blamed Britain for the collapse of his country's third largest bank, Krapthing.
Looking for his 'Falklands' moment, Brown has dispatched an invasion force of Treasury and FSA officials to covertly take Reykjavik and plant the flag of Chorley Borough Council on top of the Great Geysir.

Gordon Brown in fighting mood

Today's Haiku Film Review:

Don't Look Now (1973) -

Julie Christie mourns,
Donald Sutherland's arse bobs,
Red dwarf stalks Venice.

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