what has happened since my last post one and a half years ago, summarized

27 11 2012

Libyan revolution happened, Col Gaddafi was killed there’s been allot of crap that doesn’t make sense this is in no particular order BTW just going from what i remember off the top of my head the queen had her jubilee Syria is going crazy and the Iranians are still making nuclear missilesObama was re-elected president. Jimmy Saville turned out to be sexual predator and Gary glitter is still evil as usual.





Dennis the menace celebrates his 60th birthday

17 03 2011

photo by Ruddington Photos

The internationally well-known Beano cartoon comic book character Dennis the Menace turned 60 today. The original naughty child is known all over the world not just in the Beano but as an international television spin-off series.

When I was young I could almost guarantee a Beano would be in my Santa sack and it would be read from cover to cover in no time and I have grown up with it but it seems that in todays age of technology comic strips such as the Beano are just not bought for children anymore.

Comment on whether you think the Beano is a thing of the past or future.

 






Japan government not giving the full picture on nuclear situation

16 03 2011
Photo of Three Mile Island nuclear power plant...

Image via Wikipedia

The situation in japan looks critical and now with fuel rods exposed and re-criticality possible has the Japanese government underplayed the nuclear threat.

The United States think so with officials stating that Japanese warnings have been insufficient.  They believe the japan incident is worst than three-mile island which is America’s biggest nuclear disaster which occurred in Pennsylvania. The disaster however is not as bad as Chernobyl or so say sources there is a lot of speculation on how dire the situation is and the current state of the reactors.

The country is still disabled by the earthquake and tsunami therefore the humanitarian response is very important. The pumps are running out of fuel and the shelves in most if not all supermarkets are empty, the government are using helicopters to help get supplies to badly hit areas. With over 4000 people dead a nuclear disaster is not what japan needs to get back on its feet.