Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Back!

Your humble Devil is back from a very drunken weekend in The World's Finest City™. As usual, it was lovely being home—for Edinburgh does feel like home to me, and always has—and it was delightful to catch up with so many old friends. And, of course, it was fantastic to see two of my very good friends finally tie the knot—they were, in fact, hitched without a hitch...

Your humble Devil enjoys the Scotch Malt Whisky Society.

Especial thanks must go to Jax (for the flat), Witchy (who helped Bella* find a costume for the shindig) and Angry Steve, who played host for many drinking sessions—most notably for a lazy and boozy Sunday afternoon session in the Leith clubhouse of the Scotch Malt Whisky Society.

Your humble Devil is attending a reunion of my same-year house-mates from school tonight—most of whom I have not seen since I left in summer of 1995—and so I shall not be properly back on the blogging horse until tomorrow (when I have a final day off work) so you will have to wait for some more vaguely inventive invective.

However, just one thing before I bugger off to dinner... The Libertarian Alliance are now taking bookings for their yearly Conference—to be held at the National Liberal Club on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th October 2009.

I can't see the full programme online at present but, when it is published, you will see that the speaker for the first session—from 10.05am–10.45am on the Saturday—is none other than your humble Devil, discussing the Libertarian Party. So, you can book your attendance online.

Anyway, via that cunt Twenty (whose books, incidentally, are quite fun), I find the Babes of the BNP. This is my personal favourite quote from just one of the stunningly stupid females interviewed...
Yeah. I wouldn’t mind [immigrants] if they actually worked and didn’t take all of our jobs, basically.

Riiiiiiight. So, Helen Riddell [for it is she], you want them to work but not to take any of "our jobs"—you've got to love that logic, Helen, you dumb bitch...

Until tomorrow, folks...

* I hope that the trip was a worthy ending for Bella's stay in this country—as this is the sad end of our stressful journey. I still cannot quite express my disgust at the way that this country has treated someone who—incredibly—wants to live and work in this shithole of a country.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

As usual, it was lovely being home—for Edinburgh does feel like home to me, and always has

But...But...But the Scots, as you've said, are a verminous and ignorant race of alcoholic scum. No-one who hasn't suffered the fate of living in that hellhole could possibly appreciate the sheer ignorance and vileness of the Scots. You said that. Repeatedly. Amidst screeching demands for English independence.

What does it say about you, DK, if the only place you feel at home is amongst ignorance, squalor and alcoholism?

Stu said...

Just realised I share initials with the Scottish Malt Whisky Society. First of all, that's awesome; secondly, that explains why I've never been able to get hold of the domain name...

Glad to hear you had a goo time in Edinburgh. I love that city, too.

Thomas Byrne said...

I have the 'pleasure' of knowing Jo of the BNP babes personally. Let's just say the interview was an accurate showing of her views.

Twenty Major said...

I love the BNP 'babes' thing. It's awesome when you look at something that funny and realise that it's real.

Twenty Major said...

And cheers for the books plug ...

FlipC said...

Perhaps they can do the same with other parties? If I may propose some questions -

Conservative Babes - "Do you think the current economic crisis can be lessened by classifying all poor people as indentured servants?"

Labour Babes - "Do you think all rich people should be taxed so hard that they qualify for state benefits?"

LibDem Babes - "Do you think the LibDems should produce a party policy or just carry on as they have done?"

Green Babes - "How much methane do you think you've produced during this interview and what steps are you taking to reduce your emissions?"

Anonymous said...

The BNP Babe's parents are Lib Dems.

Obviously Lib Dems lead to evil racism. Hang them all!

Ivor Bigot said...

That BNP quote sums them up rather nicely, I think :-)

Far-left cretins.

Kevin Boatang said...

You actually go to reunions? can't think of anything worse.

It's nice to know that the stupidity level of the BNP is the same from the bottom to the top

On the subject of the libby annual meetin wotsit, sounds like fun.

Gandhi said...

Ridiculous quote. Here's another:


Q: Are most of your friends BNP?

A: Some of them are. I kind of got into it through my friend Danny. He’s really racist. Everyone calls him “Nazi Danny”. He started telling me about them, and it made a lot of sense.


That makes sense if you take the words "racist" and "Nazi" to be good. Pfff.

Bonnie Prince Charlie's maybe mildly irritated ghost said...

visit Culloden when you were there?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/highlands_and_islands/8150288.stm

"The father was leaning against the headstone eating a Scotch egg and smoking a cigarette"

arrrrgggggghhhhhh, the horror

Anonymous said...

Well why dont you go back and stay there you prick.