Among the mail we received this morning was a copy of "Wetherspoon News". Amusement at the idea that they thought I would have any interest in their ****ty "pubs" turned to disgust when I took a closer look at the front cover.
"Circle of Deceit
How the metropolitan elite tried to con the British public about the need for a 'deal' with the EU - and about food prices post Brexit". More inside, probably a dozen pages.
WTF has that got to do with cheap booze & mediocre food?
We all know that Wetherspoon's owner has extremist views on Brexit; maybe he should be concentrating on matter which he has more control over, such as (according to Owen Jones, who also holds extreme views!) paying his staff less than the living wage.
My contempt for him has reached new levels. I've never been in a Wetherspoons, never will; my wife hasn't since she found out what a prat their owner is.
I accept that the owners of businesses I deal with will have different views to me over a wide range of issues; what I won't accept is owners of those businesses trying to impose those views on me.
The plural of "anecdote" is not "data".