Man, it is Sunday night and I have been work hard all weekend on college stuff. This was to make up for my slackness last week, but I still did not get what I wanted done. Now I just feel exhausted arrggghhh.
On a lighter note, here is a conversation between John Prescott and a local reporter that was shown in the Guardian
:On the campaign trail: John Prescott chats with a local reporter
Thursday April 21, 2005
The GuardianMark Choueke (South Wales Argus): How did you react to Peter Law's decision to quit the party after 35 years service to Blaenau Gwent as a Labour politician?
John Prescott : It didn't even register with us. The voters just have one choice, vote Labour otherwise they'll end up with a Tory government. It's unfortunate that some of our decisions upset some people.
MC : But this isn't about upsetting Peter Law, it's about upsetting many thousands of Labour voters in Blaenau Gwent who helped you form a strong government - they feel alienated.
JP : Why are you asking me about this, I don't care, it's a Welsh situation, I'm a national politician.
MC : Are you too big to care about the Labour voters in Blaenau Gwent? Do you think there may be something in your party's methods of working that require a rethink when a politician chooses to stand against you after 35 years service to Labour?
JP : (walking away) Where do they get these amateurs from? You're an amateur mate, go get on your bus, go home.
MC : Are you too big for the regional press now John?
JP : Bugger off. Get on your bus you amateur.
MC : Is my interview over John? Because if that's all you've got to say, that's what will go in the paper.
JP : (turns aggressively back to reporter) Ooohh, I'm scared, go ahead, put it in your paper.
Labour candidate for Monmouth, Huw Edwards: I could answer this question for you Mark.
MC : I hoped to hear what the deputy prime minister had to say about it.
JP : (ignoring reporter) I've never seen a school in such a lovely setting.
And to think if Tony died he would be in charge - what a brute!