…night falls, as the lunatics come out…

…that is, those fascinated by tonight’s, not to be missed, luna tetrad, supermoon

…those little things in a brief life, and the cost of the rare spectacle?…

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…world cup, so soon? er, no…

…this time, rugby and couple minnows tumble couple sharks…

Those moments of leisure. We had Japan catspraddling the Springboks. Now Wales upends, yes, England, England captain Chris Robshaw: we let Twickenham crowd down. Now the USA, for the moment, looking good, 10-6, against Scotland?

…of course, those especially lacking in essential avoirdupoids would settle for their much played football


…an invigorating brew to greet the dawn…

…as we get back to some basics…

…yet another day to show some kindness…


…heading to eid…

…and to further religious (and racial)  tolerance…

The country most involved in the world, militarily in particular, continues blissfully unaware, unconcerned of such events – unlike so very many other countries.

As the Hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca) ends, World Prepares for Eid – TeleSUR informs us.

…should that instead be, the ‘world (except the us) prepares…’?…


…another day and the great raj, the grand caliph, uk pm – hero of libya…

…clearly, not making a silk purse out of a sow’s ear?…

After excoriating Jeremy Corbyn and having one of his military forecast mutiny over a Corbyn electoral victory, what else can there be in the day of the life of a UK politician who seems to fail at the photo-op of eating a bacon sandwich, and another more circumspect, camera conscious eating a hotdog? Well, the past would serve up uncomfortable reminders for the UK PM.

And we refer not to this famous episode, where there was that ‘hail the conquering hero comes!’ moment – for the ecstatic corporate MSM. There would be that dissenting media voice that would continue to haunt the dreams of profits and political advantage, To the victors the problems: Cameron and Sarkozy in Libya As Simon Tisdall would remark on the two heroes walking tall in their triumph, Read the rest of this entry »


…real madrid lights a candle of hope into the stygian darkness…

…as that darkness of an erratic, yet destructive, imperialism continues to overwhelm…

Real Madrid with one simple gesture of kindness unwittingly exposes the culpability (and callousness) of those countries that have created the humanitarian disaster in the Middle East (and other countries not reported on). And in a gesture that will transcend (and shine an embarrassing light on) the reputation and rhetoric of other ‘world leaders’, we have Cristiano Ronaldo.

We let RT tell the story, Cristiano Ronaldo meets Syrian boy tripped up by Hungarian camerawoman (VIDEO) Read the rest of this entry »


…as darkness falls, gentle lights from above…

…but, of course, we merely insert the correct name of the illuminated…