Thursday, 16 April 2009

Recipe for Green Custard

Take some custard

Put some green food dye in it

Mix well and put in a Starbucks Takeaway coffee cup

Then throw it over the fucking hypocite Hoon who is now chanting that we should drive fucking milk floats. Whilst he builds a new runway at Heathrow that nobody wants.

Hat tip to Fox Trot Oscar


The Penguin said...

The photo has a warning in the top left corner.

And sure enough, there's a nasty emission in the front seat!

The Penguin

Obnoxio The Clown said...

Your link to Foxtrot Oscar is broken, you useless cunt.

call me ishmael said...


No, I want five pianos, two uprights, one electric and two concert grands and I want one a them a fraction out of tune and I want the drums set up in the bathroom and I want those drum breaks to sound like Stukas strafing Warsaw and I want eight guitarists and twelve percussionists and all you guitarists I want half of you to play the chords in this position here, with the fingers like so and I want the other half to play in that position and I want the horn section playing out in the garage and the sax player standing on his head and I want twenty people stood just here playing castanets and I want the three black chicks singing da-doo-ron-ron-ron over and fucking over until their fucking noses bleed and here’s the string parts I wrote for six fiddles and three cellos and four basses and if anybody plays it wrong I’m gonna shoot them with this crossbow, right between the fucking eyes and I want God to send thunder and lightning, so get a microphone up on the roof…....Ah one-two-three-four duh-duh-duh duh-duh-duh duh duh-duh-duh duh-duh-duh duh-duh-duh duh-duh-duh duh, I met him on a Monday and my heart stood still, da-doo-ron-ron-ron, da doo ron ron……

Phil Spector was the man. Better to have a gun and not need one than need one and not have one, is what he used to say. Play it loud, play it in mono, is also what he used to say....

The other day Phil Spector took all our childhoods to jail.

Dick the Prick said...

Geez OH - there's no need to have that smug fucktard cunty cunt on your blog at all. Fucked up needle cocked smeg turd of a failed back street miscarriage by a heffer with a pissed up Wright Institute qualified vet of notable disrepute holding the vac & the coat hanger.

OT - Clement Freud could've made tasty green custard - what a dude.

electro-kevin said...

The elephant in the room ...

... where the fuck does the money come from to fund this innitiative ?

Last I heard we were headed towards the IMF !

defender said...

And dont forget to add some battery acid to custard to give it some zest.

Chalcedon said...

Sooooo, once the cars have a range of 300 or more miles and can be charged relatively quickly and we all buy them.............what happens when the petrol VAT and duty evaporates? What little wheeze do they have? It will be road pricing won't it? With tracking of every journey, route, destination, speed etc. Truly we will be logged from the moment we wake to the time we go to sleep.

microdave said...

And still the "Greenies" keep bleating on about "zero emission" electric cars, conveniently forgetting that power stations are needed to produce the electricity in the first place..

Once you take ALL the distribution and conversion losses into account it's far better for the planet to keep existing engine driven vehicles.

There was an article in the MSM a few days ago about mining & production of Lithium - the main constituent of the Li/Ion batteries that are being used in new electric cars, and all the other electronic devices we rely on. It turns out that virtually all the know reserves are under Chile, and the extraction causes huge environmental damage. There is also the political aspect to this - they could potentially become the new Saudi Arabia.

Katabasis said...

"Once you take ALL the distribution and conversion losses into account it's far better for the planet to keep existing engine driven vehicles."

Agreed Microdave.

Many so called "green" technologies have severe environmental impacts. Somehow these seem to be ignored in the stampede panic over AWG.

The government knows this.

The government also knows we're about to hit an energy crunch - one that will be particularly bad in the U.K.

Funny that most of the policies designed ostensibly for combating AWG also happen to be exactly the kind of austerity measures needed if you were to be running out of energy....

H said...

Maybe I'm just being stupid, but what will the life of the battery be? Not talking mileage but how long will it hold a charge?

Will you have to keep it charged up even if you're not planning to be driving for a week, just in case you need it for an emergency?

If its anything like my laptop battery, once its a year or so old, it might take me to the local tesco (but not bring me and my groceries back)!

Ampers said...

I would love an electric car. I have seen one in America with a top speed of over 200 mph, 0-60 in 2.5 seconds (0-60 more important than top speed) and it uses about 3000 tiny ion batteries. They are in groups and whilst it is using one group, the previous pgroup is recharging so, altogther is has an endurance of a charge up that lasts in three figures not two.

Expensive but those will eventually filter down to the cheaper cars.

This one is being released in Q4, there is a 105mph car with a 3.7 sec 0-60 available now which I think Boris drove on the A40 recently, but that only has a 140 mile life on one charge.

Roger Thornhill said...

If they were sincere about this they would be encouraging people to convert all those big old jags to electric traction - those V12 5.3 litre 12mpg machines.

No, this is all about getting us ready for roadside charging stations, which, natch, will not be 2p a mile as it would cost from your domestic tariff, but taxed to buggery to make up for the lost fuel duty.

Wait for it.

microdave said...

Ampers, would one of these do instead?

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