Occupational hazard


The ‘Occupy’ movement is becoming dangerously influential.

I told teenage son that I could help him focus in this important A-level year by imposing an internet curfew. I said that I would switch off the router at 10pm each evening, to limit multi-player games and facebook use.

He said that free access to the internet was a human right and if I carry out my threat he will occupy the kitchen and use his 3G connection to tell the world.

Just in case I find the thoroughfare to the cereal cupboard blocked in the morning, I am preparing some pepper spray using a couple of chillies from the bottom of the fridge, half an onion and a plant mister.

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