<font color=red>Speaking of Mike Oldfield, I came across an intriguing link I gotta share with folks: let me know what you think about this! http://mirror.icnetwork.co.uk/news/allnews/page.cfm?objectid=11442273&method=full
Hmm, Ibeza town, along with it's psychadelic club culture is also infamous for its outrageous trannies....
Still, I have a real downer on the newspaper who's site this comes from. British tabloid journalists are somewhere on the evolutionary scale between fungal worms and headlice. In the September 20 issue this year they published a pull-out 'souvenir poster' of the September 11 atrocity - showing the collision in brutal detail; I emailed the following:
<font color=purple>Sir <i><font color=green>don't all indignant letters start this way?</font id=green></i>
I am writing to offer you my congratulations on the inclusion of the stunning pull out souvenir poster in today's Mirror.
I can honestly say that in my experience of tabloid journalism that whilst there have been several very notable attempts at cynical, crass, insensitive excess, you have managed to plumb a previously unimagined abyss of cheapening human tragedy.
Who is it that you could imagine would wish to keep such an image? Are the likes of Bin Laden's fanatical supporters who revel in this carnage your intended audience? Do you have some sort of imbecile of a despotic senior editor who's 'good idea' this was? Or can it be conceivable that you are staffed by a community of such complete morons that it would not occur how sickeningly offensive this would be to any normal human being in possession of more than an iota of empathy?
I shudder to imagine what sort of pictures you might have hanging in your homes. I can't foresee any images contained in one of your newspapers having any likelihood of making it into my possession after this.</font id=purple>
Strangely, I received no response, can't think why...