Oh No, The Guardian Newspaper is censoring comments which may affect it’s baseline

The Guardian, that last bastion of free speech in the UK now seems to be censoring certain comments which are critical of its advertising. My comments are now being pre-moderated.

Yes, I curse a lot in my posts but they are usually acceptable. Not today however. I made the mistake of criticising Ben and Jerry’s piss food Ice Cream ,which is favourably mentioned in an article on Joe Wicks  https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2018/jan/27/joe-wicks-body-coach-enjoy-carbs-you-love-skateboarding 

I pointed out that this idiot is pushing his self-proclaimed, healthy lifestyle down the throats of the gullible, whilst knowingly or unknowingly serenading ben and Jerry american ice cream.  Ice cream made from american milk. Milk which is full of antibiotics and pus, yet somehow BJ ice cream is allowed to be sold in Europe. The U.S. has the highest upper limit for pus (750 000 cells/ml)  out of all the major dairy producing countries of the world. The E.U limit is 400 000 cells/ml.

BJ Ice cream has also been found to contain glyphosate:

BRUSSELSOct. 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — EU and US organizations, led by US-based Organic Consumers Association (OCA), will confirm today at a press conference that samples of Unilever-owned Ben & Jerry’s ice cream contained glyphosate, the primary ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide.

Draw your own  conclusions. Note, I may have got some facts wrong but I dont think so.




Folk Music cool double hand clapping

I like folk music. Often  people clap along at a live gig. I get it, it’s fun, but it’s also sometimes just a bit granny. For a little bit of effort, if enough people get involved, you can change a mundane hand clap into a great part of the music.

Listen to this recording of Broom Bezzums playing live at Radio Eins, Berlin. Slide the play bar to listen at time 24:17 to 24:42 and you will hear what a difference the double clap can make.

All you need to do is clap “opposite” people who are already clapping. The easiest way to do this is clap twice as fast, using one soft and one hard clap. This does need some rhythm, it it not simply clapping twice as fast; it’s more of a bounce 1-2, 1-2, 1-2 etc.

Try it at home first with a recording so you don’t screw up the timing at a real gig!