@DanielJLayton We Will Rock You does an excellent job of making the songs make narrative sense but does so by creating the most batshit dystopia ever conceived of and I can't help but appreciate the audacity.
IT WAS ALWAYS INTENDED AS AN R-RATED GOTHIC ROMANCE, NOT A HORROR FILM PACKED WITH SCARES AND GHOSTS AS THE MARKETING ADVERTISED. AUDIENCES WERE LED TO EXPECT A DIFFERENT EXPERIENCE AND ENDED UP DISAPPOINTED. THE MOVIE FLOPPED EVEN THOUGH IT TRULY WAS GOOD AND—
I had a stroke last Thursday while eating a sandwich. I didn't recognise it, the people I went to dinner with 4 hours later didn't recognise it, the doctor in A&E didn’t recognise it when I went in 6 days afterwards. My face, arm, speech were fine. So here are some extra tips twitter.com/MH12CP/status/…
*works insane hours to scrape enough money together for gas bills and a small holiday in the UK while the next PM calls you a lazy do-nothing cunt*
Government when you get there:
*Absolutely drenches you in hot human shit* twitter.com/gmb/status/156…
If energy is capped at current prices, retailers will go bust. That gives you a choice:
1. Hand these private companies billions of pounds of public money
2. Bring them into public ownership, run for our good not their profit
It’s time to take back control of our energy system.
The Times's so-called "audit" into university reading lists is truly bad. They submitted 300 FOIs and found evidence that *two* books had been removed from reading lists. But they went ahead and wrote the story they had decided to write anyway. twitter.com/thetimes/statu…
Energy bills rocketing to £4,266 in January isn’t inevitable. It’s a choice: Their greed, not your need.
Enough is enough.
Join the campaign to slash bills and bring energy companies into public ownership: wesayenough.co.uk
@bethmayashley My friend refused to dress up for our World War II day in school and just came in normal clothes, and they called them a "german spy" all day and threatened to give them meat paste sandwiches for lunch?
The TUC has pointed out that it would cost around £2.8bn to buy the big five energy retailers at their current market value – that’s about the same amount the Tory government has spent bailing out just one failed provider, Bulb.
🚨🚨MONKEYPOX: Yorkshire at risk folks:
Yorkshire Mesmac are running 2 clinics out of their branch, you can get appointments on (currently) Wednesday & Friday by emailing the lovely Jordan [email protected] who will sort you an appointment out
There is a simple explanation for the performance of the UK on this chart. It is the deliberate policy of UK energy companies who require that the poorest in our communities pay the highest tariffs via pay-as-you go meters. They are systemically abusing the weakest in our society