A number of observations:
Tomorrow is the first of December That’s a long way from the first of January Having finally watched this week’s Torchwood, I want to put off mind-reading for as long as possible Ikea officially serve the world’s best meatballs, with a creamy gravy and chips. Mmmmmmmmmmmm…… I should have skipped that . . . → Read More: As you do
Some nice stuff on Patristics from the Way of the Fathers:
The Fathers of the Church are a select group of early Christian teachers, usually numbered around a hundred. The Church has long revered them and given them a privileged place of doctrinal authority. The Catechism of the Catholic Church lists the Fathers among its . . . → Read More: Daddy Cool
Remember last year’s JCB song that made it to number one at Christmas? Here’s a fantastic video of Nizlopi doing the song live.
Tomorrow is World AIDS day. For some reading this that might stir very little in you. In this country at least HIV/AIDS has been perceived as a disease of promiscuity, largely but not in any sense exclusively amongst the gay community (indeed, in it’s early days in the US and the West it had such . . . → Read More: World AIDS Day
I can’t decide yet whether this little tune, out on Monday, is absolutely brilliant or altogether the other end of the spectrum.
There is a huge amount of fuss in the UK papers at the moment about the impending implementation of the new Sexual Orientation Regulations. The regulations, being pushed through to begin in Northern Ireland on the 1st January and at the moment looking as though they will be implemented in mainline UK by April, will . . . → Read More: SORry, that’s going too far