There must be a high level of brass in something at Westminster which seems to accumulate in an MP's body in the region of their neck.
As Huhne's Innocent speeding ticket performance goes to show.
Now the Fruitcake frae Kirkcaldy is exhibiting a similar brass neckism by being in the same room as the unions and other Scottish Mafiosi MPs to protest about Remply factory closures north of the border.
Although I suppose the medication the Buffty is on affects his memory about how his own government treated Remploy. Which was even more shameful as it was supposed to be a majority Labour one. Not a baby-eating, back-up-the-chimneys-children Nasty Party led coalition.
Of course the Scottish government could put it's money where it's mouth is. So that disable workers will know they have a future under an independent Scotland?
That would be some nice political point scoring for the Sun King Salmond!
It's always amazing to see the knots politicians will tie themselves into when trying to make something both morally and legally appear not to be the complete opposite.
Drone attacks are extrajudicial murder - simples!
Now it's going to be the nationality of your passport that will decide whether you get a hearing in the drone court or, if you're just killed on Paddy O'Bama's mere whim.
Don't expect any legal aid for this. Nor will there be any Court of Appeal in case Paddy picked the right surname but wrong person wearing it out of his "terrorist" hat.
I have read Truman Capote's "In Cold Blood" and watched Harper Lee's "To Kill A Mockingbird", which I both enjoyed; although Ms Lee's work was the one that made the biggest impression.
The latest revelations about Mr Capote's work seem more to be a storm in a teacup than anything else to me.
But then again our American cousins do seem to get their knickers in a twist over matters like this. I wonder if it is because of the shallowness of their cultural history?
Well yesterday Hull was bathed in a warming sunshine which added to our enjoyable day out at the Deep and a wander about the Land of Green Ginger.
Today is not looking so pleasant but it's a day at home and not on the High Seas.
So I hope you enjoy your Sunday as much as I'm planning on - weather or not!