Sunday, November 20, 2005

Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look...


The McDonald's restaurant in Stratford-upon-Avon is a hotbed of drug dealing and anti-social behavior. Security may be tightened after a "horrified" customer and her three year old daughter saw three ne'er-do-wells dealing in drugs.







Meanwhile, over in Henley, a quaint Tudor village famed for its ice cream, fame has recently been gained of a darker sort. A gang of 17 was arrested with marijuana worth £500,000. Thecannabiss was hidden in boxes of flowers. The bad guys have been sentenced to 107 years in prison.

Jolly old England may be a bit less jolly, but the Magistrates certainly know how to hand down stiff sentences making England all the more quaint and safe.




The life of Indigo Red is full of adventure. Tune in next time for the Further Adventures of Indigo Red.

6 comments:

Tom C said...

Ok so ya didn't think the moo was funny. It matters not what the laws say or do because the reality is and has been out there for a long time. I'm 43 and have been aware of tha problem of beastiality since I was about 15. Laws do not regulate morality, we do. one way to do this is to point out the absurd. Sorry my friend but you're a few years late.

dcat said...

I'm going to be 50! No way Tom C you can't be 43!!! :)

I would love to go to England. The picture looks like the little town here in the mountains. I had pictures up once. Maybe I should look in those flower boxes?

Indigo Red said...

What I am pointing out, Tom, is that portion of society, i.e., Extreme Left Wing Demodcrats, who are attempting to make it OKAY. I'm 51 and am well aware of the history and nature of bestiality.

Heretofore, it was a fringe abberation, a status it is rapidly losing. Among the young it is seen as "not sex" as Clinton claimed oral sex is not sex. The practice is becoming more widespread around the world among children and teens.

As for pointing out the absurd, that used to work when there was a concept of "absurd". There is little guilt or shame to use to establish the absurd.

And, yes, we do use laws to regulate morality: marriage, divorce, adultery, prostitution, gambling, theft, murder, interest rates, etc. Eventually all crimes and laws are morality based. The more we have depended upon laws the less import and impact shame and humiliation hold.

I have no doubt that laws will be of little use in the growing problem of bestialty. But, must we allow the slow erosion of what little control there is by the Democratic Extreme Left Wing?

Indigo Red said...

dcat,

The Mickey D's is in the home town of our friend Ron Lyre, The Stratford Strumpet. Perhaps when you make it to England, he'll show you around.

Ron Lyre said...

'A horse a horse a Kingdom for a horse...'

dcat said...

Will they be like the Rastafarian’s?

Everyone is their friend... My friend let me show you... :-)

I will have to decline a tour guide. I have a brother and Ahmed that live there. They can show me around to the finer dinning adventures. Crayfish "Lobster" and the like.