Because few things are as good as a bad clerihew. Wait, is it the other way round? Featured in this week's antithesis of intelligent satire: privileged white men Nige Lawson and Chris Heaton-Harris.
I decided I would start writing poems again because I have time on my hands and would love to learn more about poetry. I used to write them when I was 13 and was basically living Adrian Mole's life. They haven't improved since then. But at least you get to read them now!
I'm familiar with the arguments about the possibility of killing an innocent person, but here's the thing; it's not the death penalty that kills them, but the bad system which sentences them to death in the first place. We can't claim that a system that allows innocent people to be tried is any better than a system that allows innocent people to be killed.
I always think that the key to being a good photographer isn't understanding all the technical theory, or having the best camera and knowing it inside out, it's just about keeping your eyes open and alert to the possibility of something that makes for a good image.
Siberian kale with cherrystone clam Bulgar, quinoa, and spicy brown mustard Orange okra served with whiskey-roast ham Red chard, leaf lard, and savoury custard Avocado jam with relish of quince Shaved black truffle with sourdough croutons Sun dried tomatoes with guinea pig mince Plantain wraps served on tiny oak futons Sandwich menus leave me filled with remorse For the simple thrill of cheese with brown sauce
With the UK on the verge of a vicious civil war Minkowski and Porter are hiding out in adjacent tower blocks, providing sniper cover for groups of civilian refugees as they try to make their way towards the harbour. Since the last attack, Porter hasn’t seen or heard anything of his old friend. As his desperation and paranoia grows and his supplies dwindle he must decide whether to break cover and attempt a rescue. But Porter knows that attacks from armed gangs are not the only thing that he must be careful of.
In recent games Jose Mourinho has experimented with a back three, but the way Manchester United have implemented it means that they are making harder work of it than they should. On paper, they should have the perfect squad to pull off an attacking 5-3-2 formation. So why are they making such hard work of it?