By One percent
A man “sickened” by the sight of mounds of human waste outside his house is calling on the council to take immediate action.
Ron Devine of Springfield Road in Walthamstow said being greeted by excrement smeared across walls and pavements on his walk to work every morning makes him “feel ill”.
The 65-year-old’s back garden opens onto Markhouse Passage which in recent years has been turned into an open-air lavatory, causing neighbours to become concerned for their health.
It’s especially bad in the summer when we are sitting out in the back garden and there are flies coming around. My wife puts out the washing and there are flies landing on it which may have been on the human waste before.
“I called the council on Friday to clean it up and I came out of my house this morning and it’s still there – four lots of it!”
it is complete. London is officially a shithole.
By One percent
A Scottish council is planning to provide school meals 365 days a year to children from low income families.
North Lanarkshire Council said its proposal would help tackle "holiday hunger".
The "Food 365" programme would cover the 175 days of the year when lunches are not served in school.
two questions (there will be more...)
what are these parents spending all the benefits on, if not on food? what are they doing with all their spare time that they cannot produce healthy, nutritious food from cheap, fresh ingredients? they would be far better spending the money on cooking classes for parents. Sadly though, they will probably not be able to find people with the skills to run them.
By Chewing Grass
Stumbled across this article by a journalist called Rafi Letzer on Scientific American.
The Truth about Those "Alien Alloys" in The New York Times UFO Story
Now scientific American is quote 'an American popular science magazine. Many famous scientists, including Albert Einstein, have contributed articles in the past 170 years. It is the oldest continuously published monthly magazine in the United States and its first edition was in 1845 (though it only became monthly in 1921).
Now that is pretty credible.
However people like Rafi who are now writing in it have fuck all experience, relevant knowledge and thus credibility. Rafi writes for the likes of Business Insider and was recently an intern at Popular Science for a mere 4 months in 2014 .
• Reported and wrote short content for print (150-400 words)
• Performed a range of internal office tasks (i.e. minute-taking at meetings, newsletter management)
Rafi lists his interests as 'My beats: minds, climates, cameras, outer space, and anything else interesting.'
Yet somehow Rafi can get to the truth period despite using the word weird twice in the article as well as 'smart folks' and 'blow readers minds'..
As the say in teaching circles YECK, Young. Enthusiastic, Cheap & Keen, I give up
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