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The Thoughts Of Vicious Sid

In their day, Nostradamus was ridiculed, Darwin was poo-pooed and even Brian Clough had his critics but in these enlightened times, their thoughts are now seen in a different light and they are more and more respected. Well, Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Thoughts Of Vicious Sid. He's a lover, not a fighter, unless it's about fighting for the bullied and oppressed and, in this day and age, that's the ordinary man and woman in the street. He will fight their corner until the end. He is the voice of reason, fair and just but will pull no punches when it comes to the dark underbelly of this evil world: things like lawyers, judges, politicians, perverts and Manchester United Football Club. Make yourself a cup of tea and pull up a chair, dear reader, and delve into the world of The Thoughts Of Vicious Sid. You never know, it may change your life forever. Together, we'll put this world to rights. All comments below are from the deep and meaningful mind of Vicious Sid himself and published and 'Liked' in major newspapers. If writing be the food of love, then read on . . .

The Thoughts Of Vicious Sid 06.11.12
07 November 2012 @ 08:14

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Carrying a toy weapon in public could get you shot, top cop warns
REVELLERS who carry toy weapons in public risk being shot, a top cop has warned after armed officers were called out during Halloween to apprehend a masked man wielding a plastic machete. Terrified residents called 999 after spotting the man wearing full camouflage, a sack over his head and brandishing a 16 inch blade in Doncaster town centre.
When officers approached the suspect and ordered him to stand still, turned and said: "Happy Halloween."
The weapon turned out to be a plastic prop - but South Yorkshire's top firearms cop has warned the outcome could have been very different.
Inspector Rachel Usher said: "People are potentially putting their lives in danger if they are going out with fake guns or knives, because we do not know if they are real and quite often have to make decisions in low light.
"The fact someone is in Halloween costume does not matter - people have robbed service stations wearing Scream masks."

vicious.sid: If you are a nice person but you are carrying a plastic knife then you will be shot. If you are a silly little gangsta or a violent yob carrying a real knife then you will be let off with a slap on the wrist. Sounds about right.


Women between 25 and 34 suffer most stress, says study
WOMEN between the ages of 25 and 34 appear to be the most stressed says a new study. Climbing the career ladder, caring for demanding children, paying the mortgage and trying to maintain some sort of social life all trigger higher stress levels in this age group say researchers.
Two in three of women, 67 per cent, suffer from stress every week in the UK, the study by herbal stress remedy brand Kalms found after surveying 2,000 adults.
And over a year the average Brit gets stressed 208 times.
Women, who often shoulder the greater burden of raising children, typically suffer more bouts of anxiety than men, the study found.
It also concluded that because men and women tend to worry about different things relationships can become revaged by tension.
Neil Shah, Director of the Stress Management Society said: “Women worry more about bills and finances, and juggling their time, but men are more concerned about working long hours and debt.”
The study suggests relaxing through a healthy diet and exercise, as well as avoiding stimulants, such as technology and alcohol, particularly close to bedtime.
“A good night’s sleep can really help reduce symptoms of stress, so ensure you have a good wind down routine in the evenings,” Mr Shah added.

vicious.sid: What a load of old twaddle. Men aged between 1 and 100 DEFINITELY suffer the most stress.


£148m Lotto parents get home at caravan park
THE parents of Lotto mega-millionaire Gillian Bayford have moved up the property ladder — to a holiday chalet in a caravan park. Gillian and hubby Adrian won £148million in a EuroMillions draw in August and are said to have treated them.
The down-to-earth couple celebrated with her parents Ian and Brenda McCulloch, who live on a holiday park in Carnoustie, Angus.
The McCullochs recently traded in their static caravan for a luxury £85,000 bungalow at the site.
Gillian, 40, and Adrian, 41, from Haverhill, Suffolk, are believed to have returned for visits. A source said: “Their daughter could buy the park ten times over but Ian and Brenda are happy where they are. Gillian and Adrian have made sure the family is well looked after.”

vicious.sid: WTF? Give half of the money to charities then! Why did you enter the lottery and stop someone else who would change their lives if they won it? Absolutely ridiculous!


Is bikini-clad Rihanna celebrating new album with Chris Brown?
Rihanna toasts her new album by posing in a bikini and sharing a photograph with her fans. The superstar took a self-portrait of herself wearing a brown strapless number as she chilled by the side of a pool in her native Barbados following the completion of new disc Unapologetic.
She wrote yesterday: "We havin a celebration.... WE HAVE AN ALBUM!!! #UNAPOLOGETIC"
Rihanna's desire to party continued into the early hours of this morning.
She added: "Man my album is complete, and I need a f****** drink and a roll up! It was quite the journey, but it's all part of our story! #UNAPOLOGETIC"
It's rumoured Chris Brown has joined the celebrations so the newly-reunited couple can spend time together before he leaves for his tour of Europe and Africa begins later this month.
Rihanna tweeted fans on Saturday telling them she was going away. Hours later Chris posted a snap of himself standing next to his private jet.

vicious.sid: Well I can't see any bruises yet, she must be treating him well so far.


Slap Miss ‘is ruined’
A DRAMA teacher’s career lay in ruins last night after she was convicted of hitting a pupil on the head with a folder. Vanessa Hermione Greening, 49, lost her temper with the boy for talking as they watched other children perform at Alexandra High School, Tipton, West Mids.
He later told police: “It didn’t hurt”.
Greening, of Birmingham, had been previously reprimanded for her conduct. She got a six-month community order for assault at Sandwell Magistrates’ Court.

vicious.sid: I would understand if she had held him by the throat and punched him in the face. To ruin a woman's whole future like this over something so stupid while paedophiles get away with a slap on the wrist, drunk drivers get away with a slap on the wrist, child killers get away with a slap on the wrist! When I was a kid, I got the cane . . . ONCE . . . I never got it again because it really hurt and I wasn't going to get it again! A message for all the handwringers - I've never been violent in my life. I'm glad I won't be here when all this sucking up to kids comes into fruition. These kids now will be running the country in twenty or thirty years - good luck everybody! You gonna need it!!!!!!
VirtuaGirl: Violence breeds violence. When I went home from school one day with a thick red weal on my leg from a gym shoe, my dad promptly stormed into school and broke the teachers nose. Made me feel good at the time, but luckily I realised I shouldn't feel happy about it. The real possibility is, that by inflicting violence on children to alter their behaviour, could teach them that they too can get what they want by hurting others. Could this turn them into thugs and bullies? I believe it did with my ex!
vicious.sid: VituaGirl: Could this turn kids into thugs and bullies? It turned your father into a thug and a bully - I bet you didn't misbehave again did you? Or maybe you did because you were smug because you knew your dad would beat up anyone who gave you discipline.


RVP’s the new Ruud
PATRICE EVRA says Robin van Persie has given everyone at Old Trafford a Ruud awakening. The Dutch Master bagged his 10th goal of the season for Manchester United when he opened the scoring in the 2-1 win against his old club Arsenal on Saturday.
And stand-in Red Devils skipper Evra believes the £22million summer signing is similar to United goal-scoring legend Ruud van Nistelrooy.
RVN banged in 150 goals in just five years with Alex Ferguson’s men — so his fellow countryman RVP has a long way to go yet.
But Evra said: “People can now see that Robin is strong mentally. He seems like he has played for us for many years and he reminds me of Van Nistelrooy.
“I hope he can keep going because he can be one of the best.
“I played with Ruud when I signed for United and remember what a great player he was.” Asked why he believes they are similar, Evra smiled: “First of all, they are both Dutch! But it’s the class and the touch they both have when you pass the ball to them.
“Robin is just a top-class player and you can see why United wanted him and why the gaffer worked so hard to get him. He has started so well and I just hope he can keep going because, at United, you have to do that in every game and we have to do everything we can to make sure he feels good.
“I hope he can keep going because he can be one of the best.”

vicious.sid: He just doesn't look right in a Manure shirt.


IDS: Mega handouts have divided society
BRITAIN’S overly generous benefits system has left society deeply divided, Iain Duncan Smith warned yesterday. The Work and Pensions Secretary said big handouts for jobless parents are resented by their hard-working neighbours.
He said: “Most people get up in the morning, work hard, come back late and can only afford to have one or two children.
“They look down the road to the house with the curtains closed, no-one going out to work but lots of kids around. It’s dividing society. The way you bring society back together again is to get the idea of taking responsibility, and fairness for those who pay the bills.”
His comments are the strongest hint yet that the Tories will slash child benefit payouts for more than two kids.
Just one in seven families have more than two children. The former Tory leader said only the richest or poorest 10 per cent of the population have bigger families thanks to big salaries or large benefits.
He added: “Everybody in Britain makes decisions based on what they can afford and how their family life works.
“All we’re saying is you can have as many children as you like, but you need to recognise you have to provide for them.”

vicious.sid: Revelation, everybody. A politician has, at last, AT LAST, begun to understand the feelings of ordinary plebs. But don't worry, normal service will resume, he'll forget all about it soon when he realises there's nothing in it for him.

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