“Starving Web Designer – I will work for food” said the unrequested email from “Vince” a “web designer” and “seo expert” at ProWebInternetsolutions.com
It appears “Vince” may be already be eating spam and telling a few porkie pies…
On his website he shows various sites he says he has worked for, however a quick check shows several that are nothing to do with him and what he’s done are his own mock ups.
Worryingly the only way to contact “Vince” is via email. No phone number and no address – so what happens if he stiffs you? Well it cost a few quid to phone as the site owner we found is in Bangladesh.
At the bottom of the email “Vince” assures us that he “has not bought your details” however I’m not sure how he randomly found us then.
In fact, I’m not even sure “Vince” at at ProWebInternetsolutions.com even exists…
If we are to believe what we are told by the unions and the left, the Tories and Lib Dems do not have a
manifesto mandate because more people didn’t vote for them than did.
That being the case, then surely Len McCluskey – recently elected union leader at Unite – should immediately stand down.
Why? Didn’t McCluskey get twice the votes of SWP man Jerry Hicks?
Yes, however McCluskey won on a 15.2% turnout.
That’s right – only 15% of the Unite members bothered to vote. For a union saying it will take on the government, where is it’s manifesto when 85% didn’t even vote?
For an organisation of over 1.4 million members, less than 145,000 voted for McCluskey with under 80,000 voting for Hicks. And they say they speak for the “ordinary people” of Britain – it looks like they don’t even speak for their “ordinary members”.
Yet again Ed Miliband and Ed Balls have contracted some sort of memory loss, with the period between 1997 and 2010 being purged from their minds.
Today Labour launched their “Bungs for Millionaires” poster campaign, which I am sure David Prescott (son of Lord John “Two Shags” Prescott) will be wetting his pants over - but more on that later.
Effectively the posters say millionaires are being given a £100k bung by the government. Is that true? Well no… as a millionaire is a “worth” as opposed to an “income”. Two pensioners living in London since the war may be in a house worth £1m but on very little income – they won’t see a £100k bung.
Then there is the hypocrisy of it. Labour had the tax rate at 40% for the majority of their time in office and only put it to 50% before the 2010 election: an election they were fairly sure of losing. The government have only trimmed it by 5% so it is still over the 40% Labour had it at.
I then spotted the following poster which sums up who REALLY gave money to the rich whilst robbing the poor. Yes that’s right, Labour. This excellent image from Graeme Cowie which sums the Labour hypocrites up nicely.
Headline from Reuters today: “EU’s Rehn – Big depositors could suffer in future bank bailouts under new law“
So if you had a few quid in an EU bank and were told if the bank cocks up you will be liable would you:
- Leave your money there
- Move it as quickly as possible
How about it comes out of the European Central Bank? Better still, the pockets of the Euro MPs trying to drive Europe into the ground!
Had a message about “Dmitri Chavkerov Tennis” – looks like spam, maybe even a scam, after receiving the following:
For your inspiration
Dear friend, I know your are hopeless sometimes. For your inspiration I am sharing a story. The story is about a person who was a steet boy but now a regional hero. Go to google and search : ( Dmitri Chavkerov Tennis ). Do not use braket.
If you do search you get to see the following:
Dmitri Chavkerov Tennis
So what was the point? It looks like to just promote Dmitri Chavkerov (who may know nothing about it) and comes from someone apparently based in Dhaka in Bangladesh.
Read his profile and seems odd that if he’s a successful as he claims, he doesn’t have a half decent website and instead has a lot of free blogs all saying how successful he is.
As for “Dmitri Chavkerov Tennis”? Don’t bother!
The BBC is often accused of a left wing bias – and it appears that this may well be the case when it comes to reporting on elections.
The proof? Try these two responses to (right-wing) Boris Johnson winning against (left wing) Francois Hollande – when both won with just under 52% of the vote. Odd that the left win by a clear victory and Boris by a tight margin.
The Guardian – 5th November 2010
Fees rising up to £9,000 will deter some from going to university.
The Guardian – 22nd February 2012
Workfare is transparently unfair to most people, substituting slave labour for big companies.
Press Gazette – 10th April 2012
“(The Guardian) is understood to be set to launch a course offering training in digital journalism at a cost of £9,000 a head.”
So the Guardian is going to be charging £9,000 a year for a work placement…well it will help pay Polly’s £115,000 a year salary at The Guardian.