I leave you with the following.
Get Wiggy With the Baby Toupee
Finally! An end to bald babies!!
As a book 'The Bible' starts well, but you soon find yourself bogged down in the backstory and unable to grasp everything before you end up launched into the main plot almost half way through the novel.
Lots of death and destruction that makes you feel a little like Doctor Who visiting the Tractites... Not quite as philanthropically elucidating as, say, Slaughterhouse Five, in the meaning-of-life department, but still an interesting read.
The first part is long-winded. The stuff in the back is wicked cool.
The God character seems to have been oddly portrayed; especially considering the vast amount of praise people seem to give him. He comes across as a egotistical psychopath, who's obsessed with maintaining his own glory at the expense of the humans he 'created'. Whilst this theme is interesting to start with (the destruction of the 7 tribes part particularly fun), it soon becomes dull.
I just want to thank you all for your prayers, cards, letters, encouraging words, e-mails, and gifts. I’m doing ok. Have good days and some not so good. But I’m still hanging in there believing in the Lord for a complete healing.
This letter will be pretty short so please forgive me for not writing more. Just wanted to let you know I’m still here.
Please just keep lifting me up with your prayers for a miracle.
Love you all. God Bless You.
Tesco has been forced to remove a pole-dancing kit from the toys and games section of its website after it was accused of "destroying children's innocence".
The Tesco Direct site advertised the kit with the words, "Unleash the sex kitten inside...simply extend the Peekaboo pole inside the tube, slip on the sexy tunes and away you go!
"Soon you'll be flaunting it to the world and earning a fortune in Peekaboo Dance Dollars".
The kit comprises a chrome pole extendable to 8ft 6ins, a 'sexy dance garter' and a DVD demonstrating suggestive dance moves.