Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Big Plates of Meat!

Your carbon footprint Congratulations. You've successfully completed the Act on CO2 calculator. This table represents your CO2 emissions from all three areas of your lifestyle. Your CO2 result is 2.52 tonnes per year The national average total is 4.47 tonnes per year CO2 emissions from all three areas of your lifestyle Home Appliances Travel Your Carbon Footprint 1.81 0.71 0 Target Footprint 1.45 0.57 0 National Average 2.00 0.68 1.79 (All in Tonnes per year) So find out what your carbon footprint is....click here . Whilst not the most comprehensive of questionairs it does provide some interesting thinking and send you scuttling to your appliances/bills to see true consumption rates.

Brown Now PM

Billy-ray was a preachers son And when his daddy would visit hed come along When they gathered round and started talkin Thats when billy would take me walkin A-through the back yard wed go walkin Then hed look into my eyes Lord knows to my surprise The only one who could ever reach me Was the son of a preacher man The only boy who could ever teach me Was the son of a preacher man Yes he was, he was, mmm, yes he was Being good isnt always easy No matter how hard I try When he started sweet-talkin to me Hed come and tell me everything is all right Hed kiss and tell me everything is all right Can I get away again tonight? The only one who could ever reach me Was the son of a preacher man The only boy who could ever teach me Was the son of a preacher man Yes he was, he was, lord knows he was How well I remember The look that was in his eyes Stealin kisses from me on the sly Takin time to make time Tellin me that hes all mine Learnin from each others knowing Lookin to see how much weve grown And the only one who could ever reach me Was the son of a preacher man The only boy who could ever teach me Was the son of a preacher man Yes he was, he was, oh, yes he was He was the sweet-talking son of a preacher man I guessed he was the son of a preacher man Sweet-lovin son of a preacher man Ahh, move me
Gordon Brown : Scottish Son of a Preacher Man - but will he teach us a new style of government, a new way to listen and respond to the nations needs or will he be a case of same old same old? From opening gambit seems like we are onto something slightly different... EDIT: For a good summation of the fun, hilarity and out and out strangeness of today then click here for Nick Robinson's Blog covering today.