Just a couple of days ago, we talked about an NME article that reported Adele’s promise to spit in her father’s face if she ever saw him …
Adele, who we can now assume doesn’t like her dad much, said if she ever sees him, she “will spit in his face.”
Mark Evans, Adele’s father, …
Jacqueline Wheeler of Radio Times reported from across the pond today about two television programs in England about fathers, and it left her wondering if they were fair portrayals of fatherhood.
If you want a sign of the times, here it is: The Telegraph reports that an unidentified gal had a sex-change years ago, took hormones more recently which reactivated his/her female reproductive system, and gave birth six-ish months ago. There’s no correct response to reading that – part of you wants to say “NO!” And part of you wants to say “yeah, so?” And part of you wants to say “well, good for shim.” It’s believed that this person lives in the Midlands, which means nothing to us here in the U.S., with his-or-her long-term-relationship-gender-unidentified-partner.
From what the Tele has mentioned, the guy-or-gal never had their uterus removed, and hormones were able to reactivate it.
Across the pond on Monday, the British government gave its official response to David Norgrove’s Family Justice Review. The review initially irritated father’s rights groups, who found the language excluding fathers in matters of divorce and dispute. The government’s response on Monday was a rejection of Norgrove’s suggestions, which in part, pleased fathers scared to be removed from their children’s lives.
If you haven’t heard of The Mini Band, then you’re welcome. They’re 5 lads, 8-11 years old, and they’re more talented than 90% of the bands out there today. The best part is they’re not annoying hipsters with attitudes who believe they invented the mustache. Sh*t, they can’t even grow mustaches. They’re just innocent little kids who have a talent to share and have a good time practicing and performing.