There is always an ‘app for that‘ as we all know, but I think I stumbled on one of the most insidious today. It is an app that blanks out all words that the app deems as bad words from an ebook, and has an option to replace them with acceptable words. This is censorship of books, and this is always dangerous. Why only replace words? Why not just burn the books? If this app is allowed to continue to be made available, it is
I’m not a Jeremy Clarkson lover at all, but his popularity is easy to pinpoint. He refuses to bow to political correctness, which society has impolitely imposed on the rest of us. We all say, (and post) all the politically correct stuff. But is it really what we think? Or are we simply obeying the rules? Being a macho, rev head, big mouth and tosser may be out of politically correct fashion, but there are millions who watch him every
Unlike the impatient millions of credit card at the ready Apple freaks around the world, I do not need to wait for a single minute, or waste my money, to experience the joy and wonder of Apple’s new marvel, the iWatch. Nor do I have to pay out between $350 and $24,000 to make myself look like a totally fashion and fad driven idiot to enjoy all the benefits that comes with this miraculous, ‘oh, I didn’t know I even needed one of these bloody things‘, iWatch.
You would not believe how tough my job is. My boss makes me do absolutely everything! There is not a minute’s peace for me, as my ‘if you don’t get this done today, you’re out of a job‘ list grows longer day by day. You would think he could take on a few of the items, but no. He is too busy doing what bosses do, which is of course, not bloody much at all. I would have thought that
As some of my blog readers might know, I write books from time to time. However, I have a deep, dark and secret past, which out of absolutely nowhere, raised its head in rather spectacular fashion today. To give you an idea of how totally surprising it was, I had to get out my calculator and double check. In truth, no, I didn’t really get out my calculator, as I haven’t had or seen one in years. The last one I recall I owned