Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Pictures of London Moonbats

The Great El-ahrairah just got back from a quick trip to London where the weather was mostly clear, but very cold. You could say that we went there to see the new Harry Potter flick (it was so-so), but I'm not all that into hard-to-follow films about teenage wizards. Anyway, while we were there, I took some photos of some anti-war protest signs outside of Westminster Abbey to show that moonbat-tery is not only an American disease.


Remember, love is the answer.


Oh yes, the old "genocide of Iraq(i) infants" canard. Not like that ever happened when Saddam was in charge, right?


Continuing on with the "murdered children" meme, where would a protest be without the standard "baby killers" line?


And our final example, "You Lie, Kids Die, Bliar" with Blair misspelled to form the word "Liar". Whether the misspelling was intentional or not (anti-war protesters are not always the sharpest pencil in the box), it's an interesting variation of the tried and true "Bush Lied, People Died".

As for the rest of the trip, we saw most of the regular, tourist stuff like the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, a boat trip on the Thames, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, etc. and bought enough cheesy souvenirs to last me for a good, long time. I even got to see the statue of the Hero of Normandy, Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery (now I can die in peace!). One thing is for sure, compared to continental (Italian) drivers, British drivers are much more civilized even though they drive on the wrong side of the road. And although my sainted mother says that we are related to British Royalty, Queen Elizabeth didn't want to talk to me. Rats!

1 Comments:

At 7:27 AM, Blogger Patrick said...

It hasn't changed since this summer. Except you were in London on a sunny day.

 

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