"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Wednesday, 26 May 2010

Just Because

Make the most of it before an injunction is slapped on  it:


  1. love this tune my friend..thanks for the cheer!

  2. GV forgot to mention, again before it is made illegal, that for over ten years I've been conducting an experiment, upon my self, testing the quality of canning. Now I admit this is not peer reviewed, breaks all maths re: experimental error and may indeed kill someone. However I could tell you some horror stories about...well lets just say the young INCOMING!!!!!!! knows the secrets of the supermarket backstore.

    I enjoyed a can of creamed rice sell by date Dec 1999 last Dec 2009 and survived. It was slightly beiger in colour that is all.

    I have another can of custard lined up, sell by date Jul 2000, for tasting this July.

    Over twenty years ago, knowing that 40 year old cans of corned beef were edible, I told my mates to get the cans in for there was trouble ahead.

    GV modern UK packaging is, perversely, ideal for long term storage. Get the dried beans in.

    BTW he's a miserable bastard but strangely I like him.

    If all goes silent over here late July...ignore this waffling!!!! :-)

  3. You're welcome Angel, it's one I haven't heard in a while and VM is notoriously picky about what he allows on YouTube - usually it's only his official videos. btw - I see you like Terry Goodkind - I've read all of them too, they're a terrific read. Good luck with the mosque campaign - we can hardly believe it over here.

  4. Thanks for the tips on canning, Incoming - I've often wondered about those sell by dates. I'll have to have a radical diet overhaul because at the moment the only things I've eaten out of cans are baked beans and tomatoes! Time to experiment and diversify :-)


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