I am a sucker for a funny cartoon, or the memes that appear every where. Yesterday a cartoon with a man sitting at his desk with a zoom meeting going on his computer, and the cat on its back taped to the floor to stop hthe cat doing the 'computer walk'. Childish but then isn't most humour? We have entered a constricted age of humour, somehow their are 'police wordsters' around pulling at every thing we say. Perhaps it is just the young putting their elders in place, perhaps it was wrong to laugh at some things, I definitely did not laugh at some of the comedians around.
But now we have to be on the ball, and watch what we say, or there is likely someone will find, one small error in what you think of as funny. Readjust the brain! Can I though at this late stage? I loved the political satire on 'Have I Got News for You', it goes back to the 1960s "That Was the Week that Was" but does it actually get us anywhere?
I had an email yesterday from a friend in America with a link to a funny article, here it is if you want it - 19 Old Cold Words to get you Through Winter. Thank you Bucky.
Anyways, on this first day of winter according to the present calendar of dates (the church messed around with it a couple of times). Let us welcome the snow, we are apparently going to be engulfed in a storm of snow over the weekend. It did snow yesterday, rather sparingly, and already in the East on the coast, the roads round Whitby and Scarborough are getting snow bound by Fylingsdale. But closer to home, Sheffield seems to be the coldest town with minus degrees through the day. We have a slight smattering of snow on the ground. I am not going out.