Archive for June 24, 2012
Merilyn has just returned from classes at the exclusive girls school she attends. What a relief for her to get comfortable once she arrives home. However, she seems to be enjoying that school tie and decides to keep it on. It matches the vibrator she wets with her soft mouth for better penetration.
The BBC website showcased filmmaker Martin Gooch's 10 minute film "Arthur's Amazing Things." This truly neat, very well made short fantasy features LDM as the object of the titular character's attention, "Beryl Forbes Jugs." Did we just write TIT-ular? Right! Not to give the surprise ending away but Linsey gets drenched in bloody gore in the mock-shock climax of this office fantasy. This is truly a terrific cult film worth seeking out and also featuring a stalwart of British comedy cinema, Leslie Phillips.
Jimmy Carr on TV after the tax thing.
He looks uncomfortable but I suspect he has done the clever thing to simply admit to everything and so by next week it will be in the past.
Jon Richardson puts forward the suggestion that doctors and nurses and being sacked due to Jimmy Carr not paying full tax. One must remember that Jimmy Carr did pay tax and committed no crime. Also one could have sympathy for Jon Richardson view if we did not have a government spending billions on nuclear weapons and 9 billion on the Olympics. Also the economy is not down to Jimmy Carr not paying full tax but a Labour government who overspent and allowed the banks to do what they wanted as the government was getting vast amounts of tax from the banks. It was Labour who stated that under no circumstance would we see boom and bust, yet encouraged people to buy property, thus creating a boom then as we know a bust.
Anyway click the link for the show. Its 8 out of 10 cats – series 13 – show 9. Dated 22 June 2012.
Peter Hitchens – There’s nothing moral about tax – so feel free to avoid it
What on earth is moral about paying tax? A greedy, slovenly state forces you to hand over roughly half your money every year, by threatening to send you to prison if you don’t.
Then it shovels that money carelessly down a huge hole. The Government is bad at almost everything it does. If you sent it out to buy you a loaf of bread, it would come back a week later with stale cake, and pretend it had lost the change.
People who can afford to do so avoid the wretched ‘services’ the state arranges in return for this legalised theft. What are these? Schools that teach sexual licence but not times tables or proper reading; police who are never there when you want them; hospitals plagued with inexcusable dirt and neglect; a welfare system that punishes thrift and encourages sloth.
As it happens, I think I pay my taxes as fully as possible. Unlike several Left-wing commentators and broadcasters of my acquaintance, I don’t qualify for, and so don’t use, the obvious get-outs. But am I guilty if I take out an ISA (a form of tax avoidance) or set a charitable donation against tax? Certainly not. And if I were offered the chance to pay much less tax, simply and legally, I would take it.