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Okay, I was tagged by @blueinkblot which is a first for me in a decade plus of loitering on this site. So here is all the de-classified information you’re allowed to know about me.

Name/Alias: Dai or Comrade Commander of the Veg Fort.

Birthday: Yearly.

Zodiac: I honestly don’t know… hang on I’ll look it up… I’m a lion, so Gryffindor? (Pfft! Hufflepuff fo lyfe!)

Height: 6′2″

Hobbies: Writing, cooking, planning fun and exciting ways of bringing down the industrial salad complex!

Favorite Color: WELSH INDEPENDENCE… or yellow.

Favorite Book: Voice of the Fire by Alan Moore.

Last Song Listened To: "Les Fleurs" by Minnie Ripperton.

Last Movie Watched: Blues Brothers.

Inspiration for Muse: Spite.

Dream Job: Private Eye. But like a Mycroft Holmes type detective. Someone brings me a case, I solve it in my head and that’s as much energy as I’m willing to commit to it so while I read a good book my assistant (I’ll have an assistant) has to go out and put my solution into praxis.

Meaning Behind My URL: My name is Dai it’s pronounced die, which means my options for cool usernames is vast.

Right, tagging 8 others, picked randomly by my trusty Randonomic Select-O-tron…










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The Conservatives have slipped further in polls following what has been a disastrous few weeks for the party.

looking like a government that is winging it at best and being dangerously incompetent at worst. Being outperformed by its devolved neighbours, Westminster has started to look like an England only establishment. Whilst English voters watched Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland continiue their lockdowns, in what looked like a people focused policy, the Prime Minister relaxed the rules in England in a bid to get the economy rolling. Announcing a June 1st school restart spectacularly backfired as teaching unions asked why they and their members weren’t consulted. Meanwhile, Mark Drakeford told us “there would be no fixed date, we will consult with the unions, teachers and parents.” Also, Scotland has repeatedly announced that they are going to do it their own way. As different rules in different countries caused confusion the blame game began. Trying to blame the devolved governments for flexing their political muscles. The problem for the now English Prime Minister was that the other countries had made their announcements first. He could have gone in lockstep with them or explained to people that the virus spread peak was different in various parts of the UK as it moved East to West. Instead the leadership once again seemed to have dropped the ball.

Added to this, they had to backtrack on their immigration bill due to overseas healthworkers, rightly having the support of the general public, couldn’t have come at a worse time for a party on the back foot.

Now to cap it all off Dominic Cummings has gone and turned everyone else’s lockdown into a mockery in a “do as I say not do as I do” serious error of judgment.

The World has changed due to Covid19, the UK is in its last throes thanks to Boris Johnson and his cabinet.

yougov is only a poll maker, but it’s all going downhill in every poll on there right now.

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I remember being driven home from uni once , really stressed out from work and falling asleep. When I woke up it was dark but I could recognise the road ahead by the carlight and the overall landscape in the moonlight. It felt like waking up from a dream.

I feel that a lot when I’m here. It’s the total opposite of the way I usually hear it described.

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Scenes tho 🤷🏻‍♂️ 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 👉 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 hay bluff Brecon beacons the Malvern hills all in one video so lucky to live out in the countryside would never trade this for big city life. #blackmountains #breconbeacons #malvernhills #wales #england ❤️💙

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