So what’s hot, and what’s not, in the past week’s blogging? Here are the six most popular posts on Zelo Street for the past seven days, counting down in reverse order, because, well, I have to take advantage of this fine sunny day later. So there.6 Mail Supreme Court Assault BUSTED The legendarily foul mouthed Paul Dacre and his obedient hackery at the Daily Mail have gone after the Supreme Court judges who will hear the Government’s appeal against the Brexit Article 50 judgment. Won’t work.
5 Uber Fares To More Than Double The driver and rider matching service is covering only 41% of its costs. So there can only be one strategy for this business - wipe out the competition and then jack the prices up. By more than 100%.
4 Julia Hartley Brewer - Brexit Clueless Despite being given the answers to her questions on the rights of Brits and other EU nationals after Brexit, Ms Hartley Dooda remained utterly and totally clueless. No change there, then.
3 Farage Latest Sob Story BUSTED Nigel “Thirsty” Farage span the gullible press pack a story claiming he was unable to leave his house without security in tow. No evidence was ponied up in support. No comment came from the Police. So it was probably another invented load of rubbish which the hacks didn’t bother to check.
2 Paul Nuttall - Bad Bootle Meff The new UKIP leader’s fellow Scousers showed just what they thought of him - characterising him as nothing more than a jumped-up tramp.
1 Breitbart Ad Ban Hypocrisy The convocation of the irredeemably batshit reacted furiously to news that Kellogg’s was to drop them as an advertising location. Bit different from when Breitbart applauded advertisers for deserting Gawker then - when the boot was firmly on the other foot.
And that’s the end of another blogtastic week, blog pickers. Not ‘arf!