miss_s_b: DreamSheep/Matrix icon (DreamSheep: Matrix)
I was reading this article earlier , and it occurred to me that I'd actually quite like a gender neutral honorific too, but I'm not comfortable with Mx - I'd feel like I was treading on toes of the non-binary and genderqueer folk. I did like the idea of Rear Admiral, but there's probably some possibility of being accused of fraud, and that's very rarely an option on dropdown forms anyway. One that is often an option is Rev, though. And there are various ways of being ordained online...

The ULC explicitly has no beliefs at all, which strikes me as up my street, but it's terminology is very Christian, and that puts me off.

Spiritual Humanism does have some beliefs, which mostly seem to accord with mine, but it seems a bit hippy.

There's Pastafarianism, of course, but I've been trying to cut down on the carbs, and there is the whole question of the Stripper Factory, which despite the assurances of the Flying Spaghetti Monster on twitter, does strike me as a bit dehumanising...

A new one on me is Dudeism, which genuinely strikes me as a belief system I could really get behind. But would they throw me out for being too bothered about things and being politically active?

And of course, I'm already a Pope of Discordia, as are we all, whether we want to be or not. But Pope is not generally an option available in dropdown menus either...

So I'm leaving it up to you, oh internets:

Poll #17262 Which Ordination should I go for?
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 5

Which Ordination should I go for?

Universal Life Church
1 (20.0%)

Spiritual Humanism
0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

1 (20.0%)

None of them, stick with Rear Admiral
3 (60.0%)

miss_s_b: (Politics: Liberal)
Prompted by this article on the BBC news website and the ensuing discussion on twitter.

Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 14

What book would you swear your Oath on?

View Answers

On Liberty
4 (28.6%)

The European Convention on Human Rights
5 (35.7%)

A traditional religious text (Koran, Bible, etc.)
1 (7.1%)

A less Traditional religious text (Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, Principia Discordia, etc.)
1 (7.1%)

Something Else which I shall detail in the comments
3 (21.4%)

I'm not sure what the rules are for courts, these days. I suspect they're a bit more stringent than parliament. I know most courts let you choose a religious text if you are going to swear by almighty God to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help you God, but I don't know if you get a book to hold if you're affirming, or what they do with people from polytheistic faiths... Google gives me an article about the situation in Norn Iron and a .pdf of what happens in courts martial, but nothing concrete on English law other than lots of people saying it needs reforming...
miss_s_b: (Music: Progtastic Rock Wankman)
Sky news have been busy bunnies in the leadup to the election, creating these horrific lovely videos of the political leaders. If you haven't seen them, they're embedded below

What I want to know is, which of these do you think is most excruciatingly, buttock-clenchingly awful? I mean yes, there's some skill involved in clip selection and editing and whatnot, but honestly...

Poll #16651 Which is worse?
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 8

How far did you make it through watching General Affection?

less than ten seconds
1 (12.5%)

about thirty seconds
1 (12.5%)

the whole thing, baby
6 (75.0%)

How far did you make it through watching Ballot Ballad?

less than ten seconds
2 (25.0%)

about thirty seconds
1 (12.5%)

the whole thing, baby
5 (62.5%)

Which is worse?

General Affection
2 (25.0%)

Ballot Ballad
4 (50.0%)

I couldn't possibly choose. They're both excruciating
0 (0.0%)

What do you mean worse? They're both awesome, and no I HAVEN'T had my medication today, why do you ask?*
2 (25.0%)

* I'm allowed to ask that question cos I haven't had mine.
miss_s_b: (Fangirling: Lee)
Poll #16373 Hammer Dracula Deaths
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 13

Which is the most ridiculous hammer Dracula death?

Burnt by daylight after Peter Cushing leaps for the conveniently placed Curtains of Doom (Dracula - 1958)
2 (15.4%)

Running Water in an icy moat (Dracula Prince of Darkness)
0 (0.0%)

Being impaled on a massive pointy cross (Dracula Has Risen From The Grave)
1 (7.7%)

Hallucinating a church service after seeing a couple of crucifixes (Taste the Blood of Dracula)
5 (38.5%)

Being struck by extremely convenient lightning (Scars of Dracula)
0 (0.0%)

Impaled on a cartwheel (Dracula AD1972)
1 (7.7%)

Falling into a grave full of spikes and being whacked with a shovel (Dracula AD1972 again)
0 (0.0%)

Trying to walk through a hawthorn bush, getting stuck, staked, and having his ring blown through by The Cush (Satanic Rites of Dracula)
4 (30.8%)

Tripping up and falling onto the pointier end of The Cush's spear (The Legend Of The Seven Golden Vampires)
0 (0.0%)

Myself, I'm going to find this one REALLY hard to answer, but I love them all. Except maybe Scars, which has too much Dennis Waterman & not enough not-Dennis-Waterman


Sunday, December 14th, 2014 10:29 am
miss_s_b: (Self: Innocent)
Poll #16245 Breakfast
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 18

in order to be properly termed "breakfast" a meal should have

View Answers

All its ingredients fried. In butter
6 (33.3%)

I am incorrect because I wish to select a different option
12 (66.7%)

miss_s_b: (Christmas Humbugs)
Of the several on the list, two were acceptable (It's a Wonderful Life and The Muppet Christmas Carol); several were schmaltzy bollocks (e.g. Miracle on 34th St) and one is the most offensive misogynist pile of bollocks that ever bore the name of Christmas Movie, even if it DOES have Alan Rickman in it (Love Actually).

So here's a PROPER Christmas movie poll.

Film one also has Alan Rickman in it, but unlike Stalking and Deceit Love Actually he doesn't break Emma Thompson's heart in it. He does dance to Ode to Joy though :) It's also got the fantastic Coke Can shot.
Film two has cousin Di in it, and has Louis Armstrong on the soundtrack.
Film three has Joan Collins being killed by a murderous Santa and Peter Cushing's heartbreaking performance as Zombie Mr Grimsdyke (those of you who haven't seen the film are laughing; those of you who have are nodding sagely with a tear in your eye)

Vote, my pretties!

Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 14

Which is the Best Christmas Movie?

View Answers

Die Hard
6 (42.9%)

On Her Majesty's Secret Service
2 (14.3%)

Tales From The Crypt
1 (7.1%)

I have no soul and wish to choose something else
5 (35.7%)

Ticky box?

View Answers

Ticky Box.
7 (100.0%)

Twitter votes:
Die Hard 1
TftC 0
miss_s_b: (Self: Innocent)
Poll #15952 Yoghurt
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 33

Licking the lid of the yoghurt pot is...

View Answers

... a necessary part of eating a yoghurt
25 (75.8%)

... disgusting
4 (12.1%)

14 (42.4%)

miss_s_b: (Default)
Firstly, Calderdale Local Party has it's policy working group meeting to consider amendments to motions this Saturday. If you have an amendment to a motion that you need support for, email it through to me or Alisdair and we'll put it in front of PWG for consideration for our support.

The other thing that will happen at PWG is that we will consider our OWN amendments. There are several motions that I have an eye on for some minor tweaking (and probably some of the things I am thinking of will be accepted as drafting amendments by the submitters of the motion) but there is ONE motion in particular that I think has the potential to be as controversial as Floella Benjamin's motion on censoring the internet protecting children was.

Heartbreakingly, that is the Crime motion which has had Julian Huppert's name applied to it. After the farrago over DRIP I am less surprised than I might have been, but it's still depressing to see him put his name to something so chock full of sneaky legalese, hidden authoritarianism, and puritanical attitudes. My problems with this motion are so many and varied that I am actually considering doing a full speech against it, rather than trying to amend it. But what do YOU guys think I should do?

Poll #15928 F13 Conference motion on Crime
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 10

In response to the bloody awful Crime motion, Jennie should:

Speak against the motion at conference
7 (70.0%)

try to get lots of amendments submitted
7 (70.0%)

do a line-by-line fisking of the thing on her blog
7 (70.0%)

despair at the damn thing being accepted in it's current form
3 (30.0%)

none of the above
0 (0.0%)

ETA: I should say that I am not against SOME of the proposals in this motion, and that's what makes it so frustrating. I'd really love to vote for some of them. But there's not enough there for me to want to support the motion as a whole.
miss_s_b: (Graph)
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 11

What is your opinion of Crocs?

View Answers

They are horrific evil footwear that should be consigned to the bowels of hell
5 (45.5%)

I am clinically insane
6 (54.5%)

(there might be an element of push-pollness here)

((also, knowing my f-list, several of you will want to tick "both" there, won't you...?))
miss_s_b: (Self: Profile)
Current hair colour is the remains of what I did for conference, and needs sorting. I have no outside-the-house engagements this evening, and I'm bored of washed-outness. I'm not going to bleach the roots this time, so this will be a tide-over till the next dye-job, and as such I am just going to use what I have in the cupboard. And I won't have the time or energy for separating out for several colours.

So what colour should I dye my hair tonight? If you haven't a DW login, feel free to tweet your answer at me (people usually do anyway :))

Poll #15213 Hairdye
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 18

What colour should I dye my hair tonight?

View Answers

Fuschia pink
2 (11.1%)

4 (22.2%)

Royal Blue
7 (38.9%)

3 (16.7%)

I am a Liberal and I am Against This Sort of Thing
2 (11.1%)

ETA: twitter/email votes so far:
Fuschia Pink 4
Violet 3
Royal Blue 4
Turquoise 0
miss_s_b: (Default)
The first thing I did when I got in the office was turn the heating up. That was an hour ago. I am still wearing my coat, scarf and hat and I can't feel my fingers.

Poll #14805 Office heating
This poll is closed.
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 7

When will it be warm enough in the office for Jennie to take her coat off?

View Answers

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

1 (14.3%)

ten minutes before home time
5 (71.4%)

1 (14.3%)

(ETA: for those interested in my clothing choices: ankle length black leather coat, Cadbury purple crushed velvet scarf, grey Preacher-style hat given to me by A Friend)

ETA additional: ten past 12 and I still can't feel my fingers.

ETA final: congrats to [personal profile] hollymath who was bang on. Coat has just come off. Although in the interests of honesty I should say that neither scarf nor hat have.
miss_s_b: (Who: Six (S.P.C./Eyebrow))
Those of you who have been to conference know what I'm talking about. You'll be sat having a quiet pint in the bar, and in walks Lord Ashdown. There is an instant change in the atmosphere. The sexual tension in the room goes through the roof. All the people-who-fancy-men sigh wistfully, and all the people-who-don't-fancy-men try to look that bit more impressive, while knowing it's futile.

It's hard to believe for someone who hasn't seen it happen; you don't get much of a sense of it from seeing the man on the telly or anything like that. I know this because I have been trying to convince a recent recruit to the party of the power of the Paddy Effect. She thinks she is going to be immune to it. She thinks I'm joking about how potent and irresistible it is. She thinks she'll be the one sat in the bar at Spring conf wondering what the hell is going on while everybody else has a minor meltdown.

I think she's wrong. Hence the poll:

Poll #14678 The Paddy Effect
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 13

Have you ever met anybody who is immune to the Paddy Effect?

View Answers

5 (38.5%)

Don't Be Stupid
3 (23.1%)

Such a Thing Is Not Possible
6 (46.2%)

I wish to lie and say "yes" but I know I'm lying
2 (15.4%)

ticky box
9 (69.2%)

miss_s_b: (Fangirling: Lee)
Who's your favourite Hammer Glamour lady?

Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 7

Martine Beswick, Caroline Munro, Barbara Steele, Hazel Court, Ingrid Pitt or Valerie Leon?

View Answers

Valerie Leon
0 (0.0%)

Caroline Munro
3 (42.9%)

Ingrid Pitt
0 (0.0%)

Barbara Steele
3 (42.9%)

Martine Beswick
0 (0.0%)

Hazel Court
1 (14.3%)

miss_s_b: (Britishness: cricket)
... is the randomness of the discussions generated by the regular short gaps in play. Inspired by this quote
it's interesting that you see humble pie as a savoury dish (meat and potato, steak and kidney etc). I always imagined that humble pie to be more of a dessert, potentially served with custard.
from the BBC live text commentary, then, I present a poll:

Poll #13903 Humble Pie
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 24

Humble Pie is...

4 (16.7%)

13 (54.2%)

a construct and thus devoid of flavour
7 (29.2%)

miss_s_b: (Fangirling: New Rock Boots)
Firstly a couple definitions:

When I say a set of footwear I am counting pairs of shoes, boots, slippers, galoshes, trainers, etc. but NOT socks.
The number of pairs of footwear one needs is clearly smaller than the number which it is nice to have, which is clearly smaller than the number which is over the top. The polloptions reflect this.

With that out of the way, on with the vote:

Poll #13836 Footwear
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 34

How many sets of footwear does a person NEED?

3 (8.8%)

less than 5
24 (70.6%)

less than 10
7 (20.6%)

10 or more
0 (0.0%)

How many sets of footwear is it nice to have?

up to 5
5 (14.7%)

up to 10
19 (55.9%)

up to 15
3 (8.8%)

up to 20
4 (11.8%)

more than 20
3 (8.8%)

How many sets of footwear is over the top?

more than 5
2 (6.2%)

more than 10
4 (12.5%)

more than 20
12 (37.5%)

more than 50
13 (40.6%)

more than 100
1 (3.1%)

Adventures in Hospital

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013 10:53 pm
miss_s_b: (Sci-fi: Mr Flibble)
On Friday I started having a pain where my ovary used to be. On Saturday my boss made me promise that if it was still hurting on Monday I would go see the doctor. Yesterday I went to see the doctor. He asked me lots of questions and poked and prodded at me and did a urine test and gave me some pills (probably made of suckrose and ackwah) and told me if it still hurt in 48 hours to come back.

This morning he rang me up and said he'd been thinking and wanted me to come back in. So I went back in and he poked and prodded again and asked exactly the same questions he asked yesterday and then said he wasn't sure what it was, and he'd swear it was ovarian but there's no ovary there, and it might be this really rare type of hernia, and I'd better go to the hospital for more tests.

So I went to the hospital. And after the nurse did paperwork and blood pressure a doctor came (she was quite fanciable, and commented favourably on my shoes) and did EXACTLY the same poking and prodding and questions as my doctor had done, took some blood, and then sent me for an x-ray. The x ray ladies liked my shoes too. I was wearing my Vibram Fivefingers.

After the x ray I sat in the waiting room for three hours watching challenge TV.

Eventually the cute doctor came back, bringing a registrar with her, and he poked and prodded and asked exactly the same questions as the cute doctor and my own doctor had both already asked me. Then he said that he couldn't feel a hernia, and that it seemed like something ovarian to him. At which point I pointed out that both ovary and fallopian tube had been removed from that side, so it couldn't be.

So, given the tests I have already had: there's nothing shown up in a urine test, nothing in the blood tests, and nothing on the x rays. Which means cancer is unlikely because they look for cancer markers in the blood, the surgeon who took my ovary out didn't leave her rolex in there because that would have shown up on the x ray, and I haven't got a bladder infection. So what do you reckon I have got, dear reader?

Poll #13432 What's the mystery illness?
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 20

What terrible fate has befallen our beloved author?

Diverticular disease
2 (10.0%)

The surgeon who did the operation 2 years ago left a swab or other non-x-ray-showing thing in there
2 (10.0%)

Jennie has a magic ovary which has regrown and decided to hurt
12 (60.0%)

Some sort of hernia
1 (5.0%)

Something else which I shall explain in gory, stomach-churning detailin the comments.
3 (15.0%)

miss_s_b: Vince Cable's happy face (Politics: Vince - happy face)
So, apart from being economically illiterate (we all know who spends more money and keeps the economy going by now, right?) the proposal to reduce the minimum wage flies against the "noone shall be enslaved by poverty" bit of the Lib Dem constitution. So how soon are our gone-native ministers going to come out in favour of it?

Poll #13148 Reducing the minimum wage
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 19

When will Lib Dem ministers come out in favour of reducing the minimum wage?

before the end of today
3 (15.8%)

before the end of tomorrow
2 (10.5%)

before the end of the week?
7 (36.8%)

they won't. They wouldn't. Would they? (hollow laughter)
7 (36.8%)

ETA: also, what's the bets that when they DO reduce it it'll go down to the level of the tax threshold and they'll ask us bloggers to present it as a win that nobody on minimum wage now pays income tax?
miss_s_b: Vince Cable's happy face (Politics: Vince - happy face)
(Note to non-registered users: you can log in to vote with open ID ; open ID urls include blogger, google, flickr, yahoo and wordpress. A guide to finding your open ID url is here)

Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 19

How many emails did YOU get from Danny Alexander today?

View Answers

9 (47.4%)

4 (21.1%)

6 (31.6%)

0 (0.0%)

0 (0.0%)

miss_s_b: (mood: not listening)
Mike Smithson posted this image comparing press circulation figures of ten years ago with now earlier:

Now there are some caveats (we don't know if The Times includes digital subs, and the i is not featured at all) but overall that paints a pretty damning picture of circulation falling off a cliff. No wonder the press get so hysterical all the time. Anyway, I wondered:

Poll #13049 Newspapers
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 26

Do you buy a newspaper?

View Answers

Yes, I pay money for a paper-based newspaper
8 (30.8%)

I pick up a free paper-based newspaper
2 (7.7%)

I have a digital-only subscription
2 (7.7%)

No, I do not pay money to any written news providers, but I read their websites
13 (50.0%)

No, I do not consume written news at all
1 (3.8%)

How much longer are traditional newspapers going to be on sale?

View Answers

5 years
7 (29.2%)

10 years
6 (25.0%)

11 (45.8%)

miss_s_b: (feminist heroes: Sarah Jane Smith)
The profiles of the Eastleigh Candidates are here.
The profiles of the papal candidates are here.

Poll #12926 Elections
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 16

Who do you think will win the Eastleigh by election?

Mike Thornton (Lib Dem)
8 (72.7%)

Diane James (UKIP)
1 (9.1%)

Maria Hutchings (Tory)
1 (9.1%)

Someone else
1 (9.1%)

If you could make it happen, who would you WANT to win the Eastleigh by election?

Colin Bex – Wessex Regionalists
0 (0.0%)

David Bishop –Elvis Loves Pets Party
0 (0.0%)

Jim Duggan – The Peace Party
0 (0.0%)

Ray Hall – Beer,Baccy and Crumpet Party
0 (0.0%)

Howling “Laud” Hope – Monster Raving Loony William Hill Party
0 (0.0%)

Maria Hutchings – Conservative Party
0 (0.0%)

Dianne James –UKIP
0 (0.0%)

Iain McClenann – National Health Action
2 (16.7%)

Kevin Milburn – Christian Party “Proclaiming Christ’s Lordship”
0 (0.0%)

John O’Farrell – Labour Party
0 (0.0%)

Daz Proctor – Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts
2 (16.7%)

Danny Stupple –Independent
0 (0.0%)

Michael Thornton – Liberal Democrat Party
8 (66.7%)

Michael Walters – The English Democrats – “Putting England First!”
0 (0.0%)

Someone else
0 (0.0%)

Who do you think will win the papacy?

Cardinal Angelo Scola
1 (11.1%)

Cardinal Peter Turkson
3 (33.3%)

Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone
1 (11.1%)

Cardinal Marc Ouellet
1 (11.1%)

Someone else
3 (33.3%)

If you could make it happen, who would you WANT to win the papacy?

Cardinal Angelo Scola
0 (0.0%)

Cardinal Peter Turkson
0 (0.0%)

Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone
0 (0.0%)

Cardinal Marc Ouellet
0 (0.0%)

Cardinal Angelo Bagnasco
0 (0.0%)

Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi
0 (0.0%)

Cardinal Leonardo Sandri
0 (0.0%)

Cardinal Péter Erdő
0 (0.0%)

Cardinal Christoph Schönborn
2 (12.5%)

Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga
0 (0.0%)

Cardinal Francis Arinze
0 (0.0%)

Cardinal Odilo Pedro Scherer
0 (0.0%)

Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle
0 (0.0%)

Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio
0 (0.0%)

Pope Formosus, the Pope whose skeleton stood trial in 897AD
2 (12.5%)

All of One Direction
4 (25.0%)

Bishop Brennan off Father Ted
3 (18.8%)

A horse
3 (18.8%)

Someone else
2 (12.5%)

(for the avoidance of doubt, my answer to question 4 is Bishop Brennan, if only because he's so good at being kicked up the arse...)
miss_s_b: Vince Cable's happy face (Politics: Vince - happy face)
Today I are mostly phoning the lovely voters of Eastleigh and badgering them for the Lib Dems. I will need sustenance to keep me going. I have some ready meals in the fridge and a microwave.

This poll is closed.
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 2

Which exciting ready meal should I throw in the work microwave for my lunch today?

View Answers

Quorn Lasagne
0 (0.0%)

Quorn Cottage Pie
0 (0.0%)

M&S sausage and mash
2 (100.0%)

Bugger the microwave meals, go to the chippy.
0 (0.0%)

ETA: lunchtime has arrived and the vote is decisive even if the electorate is tiny ;) Sausage and mash it is.
miss_s_b: (Who: Davros facepalm)
So, the Torygraph have printed an article which is going to piss off a lot of people in the Lib Dems. There are a couple of theories as to the source: one is that the parliamentary Lib Dems haven't thought through how controversial the idea is and have leaked it themselves because they are proud of it, and/or are running it up the flagpole to see who salutes. The other theory is that the tories know it will cause the Lib Dems to fight like cats in a sack and have leaked it and are right now popping corn. Dear reader, which of these theories do you think is more likely?

Poll #12653 Cock-up or Conspiracy?
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 17

The more likely option is that:

View Answers

The Lib Dems are stupid
2 (11.8%)

The Tories are venal and cunning
0 (0.0%)

Could be either, honestly, the only winner here is the Torygraph
12 (70.6%)

3 (17.6%)

Magical Trevor

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013 07:10 pm
miss_s_b: (Mood: Eyebrow)
Poll #12469 Magical Trevor
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 33

Everyone Loves Magical Trevor

... cos the tricks that he does are ever so clever
11 (33.3%)

who the hell is Magical Trevor?
13 (39.4%)

9 (27.3%)

miss_s_b: (Default)
Poll #12413 Lesbian Victorian Cross-species Adventuresses
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: All, participants: 24

Madame Vastra and Jenny should have their own series

View Answers

21 (87.5%)

In fact why haven't they got one already?
20 (83.3%)

It'd beat the shit out of torchwood
22 (91.7%)

Come on BBC, pull your fingers out
20 (83.3%)

A Quick Poll

Thursday, December 20th, 2012 06:39 pm
miss_s_b: (Fangirling: AA Milne)
Poll #12383 Newspapers on public transport
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 32

Leaving your newspaper on the seat when you get off a train or bus is:

giving someone else a free newspaper
27 (84.4%)

1 (3.1%)

4 (12.5%)

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