We’ve had a couple of petitions from Kalvis Jansons, and each time adds something to his name. Last time he acquired a middle initial (I’ve chosen to believe it stands for “Marmaduke”). This time he has apparently acquired a doctorate.
by Dr Kalvis M. Jansons
Being allowed to vote is a basic human right, and should, therefore, extend to prisoners.
Should it? I’m not entirely convinced. What do you think, gentle reader?
by Mr David Groom
01.02.2010 i was stoped for buying a create of beer with out id and I have bought beer etc in tescos more the once and i done carry ID with me exspat my passport and am not willing to pay £100 or so to get me a new one
Okay, but only if you carry a card so we know you’re over 18 and therefore don’t need ID.
by Dr Kalvis M. Jansons of @KalvisJansons (rejected)
Change the law to make war crimes illegal.
Okay, once you identify a crime which is currently legal.
Posted by Ben @ April 22nd, 2009 1:12 pm. Filed under: Invading The Animal Kingdom,Lies Damn Lies And Nonsense Statistics,Not Government Business,Really Epic Duplicate Petitions,Stand Back! I'm Going To Try SCIENCE! — Tags: Kalvis M. Jansons —
How on Earth did this petition get approved?
There are many reasons why we might want Brown to resign, but rather than having lots of narrow petitions on this topic (most of which have been rejected), I wanted one for all of us.
There are quite probably hundreds of petitions, most of which have been rejected, all asking the Prime Minister to resign. How on Earth did this one get approved?
Oh well. Now that’s out of the way hopefully we can move on to some sensibly crazy petitions.
Albert Einstein once said that if bees disappeared, man would have only four years of life
Honey bees are now really struggling to survive with many colonies dying out. Although the Government is giving some funding to the National Bee Unit, why on earth is VAT charged on beekeeping equipment?
If anything, a grant should be given to encourage more people to keep bees.
Yeah, no, I’ve always wanted to get into beekeeping, but the extortionate price of the equipment has always been a barrier for me.
According to the UK government and media, climate change is melting the north pole ice. The truth is it is actually growing so this appears to contradict the assertion that climate change is a reality.
We call upon Gordon Brown to explain why he insists climate change is a reality in the face of this evidence to the contrary.
I don’t see why the Prime Minister should be forced to end a debate that’s been raging on in the scientific community for decades. How is that his job?