Saturday, January 2, 2010

The Mathematics of British Destiny

Forging ahead in this new January dawn of hope I read today that British national debt has doubled during the "noughties". From a straightie-one-eightie £350 billion pounds between the foundation of the Bank of England in 1694 and a cool funky £700 billion pounds today. It is also estimated by the Treasury that this will should double again by 2014.

Going back to the really good old days in counterpoise I breached the taboo of revisiting the past and watched the Morecambe and Wise 1973 Christmas show last week - what an utterly peurile experience aside from a solitary New Seeker's nipple.

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