Had a fantastic post lined up in my head ready to publish this morning. It was all about the true nature of the universe and the reactionary nature of Christian churches within it. I had even worked out how to produce a graphical image depicting the Church of England both firmly stuck with the most primitive forms of sea life and at the same time outside of our galaxy altogether, due their obsession about their own particular approved sexual relationships. Unfortunately, without broadband this post could not be published.
For some reason, Virgin Media keep switching off my internet connection. I’m using my phone to blog this. Many people ask me why I stay with Virgin Media when they are so demonstrably crap? It’s a question I often ask myself. I think the answer lies somewhere in between me believing that they will sort the problems out eventually and wishing to be a thorn in the side of a massive corporation which abuses its monopoly so flagrantly. Also they credit my account for all the outages along the way, at the rate of £5 per day; I’m ostensibly paying £25 per month, although the way things are going I don’t think I’ll be paying any actual money for quite a while.
So those of you that have missed my inter-galactic theological treatise today, please phone Virgin Media to complain on 01256 752 000. They don’t want you to call it at all – that’s why they don’t advertise it on either on their bills or anywhere else. Publicly, they only provide an 0845 number, which means you have to pay for the call if you don’t have one of their phones.