“A Lordship and Titles. Gold. That I Should Become Judas?”

Princess Isabelle: Peace is made in such ways.
William Wallace:

Slaves are made in such ways.

It’s not the only way. I think the Scots could stand to see the movie again.

How Societies Commit Suicide
Scots and Italians surrender to Islam.
In an effort to ensure that no Muslim doctors ever again try to bomb Glasgow Airport, bureaucrats at Glasgow’s public hospitals have decreed that henceforth no staff may eat lunch at their desks or in their offices during the holy month of Ramadan, so that fasting Muslims shall not be offended by the sight or smell of their food. Vending machines will also disappear from the premises during that period.
Apparently the bureaucrats believe that the would-be bombers were demanding sandwich-free offices in Glasgow hospitals during Ramadan. This kind of absurdity is what happens when the highly contestable doctrine of multiculturalism becomes a career opportunity for the semi-educated and otherwise unemployable products of a grossly and otherwise unemployable products of a grossly and unnecessarily swollen university system.

A Swill Salute to Amy Alkon.
And honestly ~ keep telling those MN airport cabbies to piss off.

9 Responses to ““A Lordship and Titles. Gold. That I Should Become Judas?””

  1. John says:

    If I were a doc at a Glasgow Hospital, I would eat a ham sandwich at my desk every day of Ramadamadingdong.

  2. Amy Alkon says:

    Thanks for the link, and I’m with John above…although I suggest taking it even further:

  3. Mr. Bingley says:

    While surfing for porn,John.

  4. Mr. Bingley says:

    And wash it down with a beer.

  5. Mike Rentner says:

    Ramadan is such a farce. They “fast” during the day and then pig out every single night on huge feasts.

  6. nightfly says:

    They may take our lives… but they can never take – our FREEEEEDO–
    Oh, wait. They didn’t take it; we gave it away. Bugger.

  7. Kate P says:

    I’m afraid next they’ll want to make modifications to the female staff’s uniforms. . .

  8. Mr. Bingley says:

    Burqas are very hygienic.

  9. The_Real_JeffS says:

    Yeah, isn’t, Mike? We were told in Kuwait not to eat or drink while driving during Ramadan. We might offend the Kuwaitis, especially if they were driving back to work after their 2 hour mid-day siesta.

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