Author Archives: Tim Ireland
About Tim IrelandTim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.
The Tory Troll claims to have caught Paul ‘Guido’ Staines making anonymous comments and pretending to be someone else speaking in his favour. How Staines reacts to the charge could be revealing; this is the same guy who has for … Continue reading
… unless of course you take the time to reach out to them as fellow adults innerested in producing the best old-fayshoned hamburgers inna binness: Wendy’s “Grill Skills” 1989 training video (1 of 2) (via) (NSFV= Not Safe For Vegetarians) … Continue reading
Blackwater is a handy little place for a monthly shop; an Aldi lies right opposite a Lidl, and if you lose your head, there’s a giant M&S, Tesco and Sainsbury’s just across the way. But we mostly go there to … Continue reading
John McCain: “My fellow prisoners…” Sarah Palin can read… and write! Sarah Palin Debate Flow Chart. The Daily Show – 6 Degrees of Desperation: Sarah Palin reads in the New York Times that Barack Obama is palling around with terrorists!
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, I take great pleasure in declaring The Happy Poster Project back online and open for business. I’ll not be putting any posters up until the weekend myself, but feel free to submit happy images … Continue reading
Peter Mullen has got himself into a bit of a muddle: Disruptive – Dr Peter Mullen: The Rev Dr Peter Mullen is the Rector of St Michael, Cornhill and St Sepulchre without Newgate, and the Chaplain to the Stock Exchange. … Continue reading
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Finally someone from the ‘Freedom & the Internet’ panel has blogged about the event! DK reports the following revealing outburst from Nadine Dorries: “I’m not talking to you. You called me a liar.” – Nadine Dorries (source) Pfft! Well, there’s … Continue reading
1. Peter Mandelson: It must be a big tent if it’s got room for this clown in it. The Sun managed to amuse by taking this corrupt individual and essentially saying with their Saturday headline (“I’m Behind You”) that your … Continue reading