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Friday, March 20, 2015

The Dangers of The Sun

As we all enjoy the eclipse (somewhat masked by the cloud and smog), spare a thought for the kids of Whitchurch Primary School in Cardiff who have been banned from watching the solar eclipse.

For why?

Health and safety!

Instead the school will be showing the eclipse on a live feed inside the school premises, but will not allow children to go outside even if they have bought glasses with sun filters.
It is believed an email has been issued by Cardiff Council to schools in the county advising them to read a leaflet from the Royal Astronomical Society on how to observe an eclipse safely.

'Just looking at it can blind you'

What a load of old bollocks!

This is Britain for FFS, we are occluded in smog and cloud there is no danger of going blind at all!

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  1. Ken,

    Don't forget that the real message is:
    "Do as you're told or we'll 'ave yer."
    Nanny through the indoctrination system, sorry, education system, is preparing the younger generation to be "good dogs" to obey, without question, Nanny's every diktat.
    The drip drip drip of Nanny's cultural Marxism is relentless; even my own grandchildren are turning that way now.

  2. Ugh! So any would-be astronomer, space traveler or adventurer who's imagination might have been sparked by the eclipse will drudge forward into the life of a jobsworth or dole-collector. It's so depressing.

  3. I wandered out of town this morning to watch it. I had (because Nanny had told me not) a mobile phone. Unlike clueless Nanny I've got a brain. I used the front facing camera & watched it on the screen with the sun over my shoulder.

    Actually I used my tablet but same. It turned out to be shit. I set the tab camera exposure on minimum. Looked cool. Tab didn't copy exposure settings over to video so all I've got is a bright thing & another bright thing not doing anything.

    Meanwhile my wife was happily asleep. I'm informed if "I want to get up that early in the morning" I should have not gone and stood in a field".


    1. Actually, as is so often the case a rebuttal comes to mind. I could have responded with with "what about the cows?"

      (I awoke, in a ceramic cattle trough, surrounded by cows)
      I still had some cans in amongst the water. I drunk them. Cows peered at me.

    2. That makes no sense! By way of explanation: We went camping with some hippies (30 odd years ago). I had floodlights on my van. One particular individual kept turning them on

      "it's free man".
      "I won't be able to start my van".
      "It's free man".

      So, assured that they'd start me in the morning (but not believing it) I ended up in a cow trough.

      They pissed off.

  4. Lord of Atlantis2:45 PM

    Interfering jobsworths!