To make up for the loss of 'Leavers' the DM is hard at work plugging royalty. Geordie the editor keeps in with royalty, Prince Andrew is a favourite and his benefit scrounging daughters get good coverage in the DM, also Meghan is always seen as the baddie in the soap opera, whether true or not, and today there was another 'insider' telling us who she isn't popular with. The fact the royals do not sue might change if they annoy her, if she is the type they portray she will not withhold legal action, good on her I say.
Further down one of the favourites, I forget which there are so many hangers on there these days, has been playing around in the 'Garden Show' and getting good PR from that alongside the kids. I did not bother to note however.
The usual thieves, sickness (why do people rush into print about their illness?), celebs, and naked women fill the pages with sentiment high on one story and slanted anger on another. One is left wondering what sort of people these 'journalists' are that produce such crap? There again what does it say about me reading it? I like to stir it a wee bit with the sheep of course but when you consider so many really believe, or wish to believe what is written therein the 'Daily Mail' it leaves me wondering about the depth of human nature once again.
Tomorrow we vote again. The MEP's will be anxiously awaiting the word before they prepare their call to the accountant and tell him where to hide the cash. Farage has made enough out of it already, via Aaron Banks, and will lose millions if he loses his job in the EU parliament. Funny reaction from the Lib-Dem leader whatsisname on a broadcast with Farage, when asked 'What would be the first thing Lib-Dems would do if elected?' He replied 'Turn up and do their job.' Farage of course never attends unless to make a wee film.
I expect the 'Wild eyed loons' will be out in force tomorrow and there may be blood on the museum steps after I go into the hall to vote. The sheep might not like anything I say...