So farewell then Alistair “Blink” Darling
“I’m very sorry” – that was your catchphrase
And quite apart from the recession, you had much to be very sorry about.
You introduced tougher, some might say draconian, penalties
For those submitting erroneous tax returns
Or claiming for things that that they shouldn’t have
You seemed to think that your penalty for such a “mistake”
Would be a “sorry” and a repaying of what you wrongly claimed
Sadly it looks as if it will be rather more tough, some might say draconian, than that.
EZ Fiddle (BLFP poet in residence)
Here is a link to an aricle by Linda Prestonseven signs you are being lied to
“BLINKING. A person who is lying will blink a lot,as blinking seems to correlate to the amount of mental stress we are under. In a normal conversation where a person is attuned to you, he will blink at roughly the same rate as you, often at moments when you pause in your speech. Be wary of someone who is blinking frantically as they speak with you.”
With that in mind, watch the first 15 seconds of the above video. I counted 16 blinks.