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The (Secret) City of London



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Wow! Really cool.

Thanks for posting.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with."
-Ron Paul

most conspiracy theorists are govt prosecutors

so what does that say about public vs. private credibility in the land of the free?

what a joke it is to presume government prosecutors are the only experts on conspiracy theory in a world where they live off leveraging sentencing requirements so that they don't have to prove anything.

prosecution is a political game of cat and mouse,by subjecting the morals of society to this game one reveals how immutable authority can become in the face of liberty.

Most Americans today who cowar at the words of conspiracy theorists are indifferent to their self as an American... they will just as easily become the next citizen-in-process.

So, in a "nutshell", I want everyone who reads this to follow my lead and when speaking your mind in conversation wipe the floor with these cowards.

Wipe the floor with their arrogance using concise patience and wit, when they see a meal out of you end the pretension with the truth, and laugh at them because they will be scared of a real man.

Never fear local groupthinks,men who use it are like jello, weak in the guise of force, the world is fertile for libertarians to come into conversation and put them on their knees and make them know the difference between you and them.

A true flower can not blossom without sunlight and a true man can not live without love.

I don't know enough UK history to corroborate most of this

But presentation-wise, hilarious lol.

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Other weird things about London

Also, I'm going to try to make this quick, but while I have your attention Jon, I have a story to tell you and it involves you and Michael. Already sent it to Michael, just found out there is more though and it involves you.

I kinda broke a jukebox at a bar in LA, well, I just put a bunch of money in there and pushed a bunch of buttons and slowed the thing down.The bar owner told me I slowed down his jukebox to which my not sober self responded by saying; 'Sorry man, where is Jon when ya need him?'

He asked who Jon was, I said, 'Jon is the guy that makes the buttons around here, maybe he can make a button to fix this. Then there was confusion over which Michael I was talking about because the bar owners name is Michael, and I was telling them about this Michael who likes the jam session. Then I told him if he hired you his jukebox would work better because when the jam session slowed down, you fixed it. I thought that was the end of the story, but I have recently been informed that later on in the night I also told the bar owner if he hired you it would snow in his bar. I love snow. He told me 'J, its southern Cali, it's not supposed to snow here' to which I apparently responded something along the lines of 'Well, it's not supposed to snow on the internet and it is snowing on the DP right now'

Ok, back to your post.... London is one of my favorite cities. I get the point of the videos you posted. But the Gaiman thing is pretty cool also.

“I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living.”
― Dr. Seuss