Russell Brand speaks sense. It's important that people recognise this, because it would be so easy to dismiss him. He's a comedian, therefore he masks a lot of his own serious emotions and insecurities in self-ridicule and jokes.
In the most surreal news story of the week, Celebrity Big Brother idiot and the world's worst 'cage fighter' Alex 'Jordan's
Next time you are in a bar or a party and you see the lonely Warmup DJ stood in the corner, minding his own business, just remember - he's doing just that. He wants to be left alone, and if he wants to join the party later he will do, but let him do it on his own accord, yeah?
Yesterday, browsing the BBC website, knowing it was April Fool's Day, an article caught my eye that I couldn't believe would ever be possibly true. In it, I read that under a new legislation set to be announced soon, the government will be able to monitor the calls, emails, texts and website visits of everyone in the UK.
I am now foreseeing our country is reduced to a circus of protesters and panic buyers, who would happily march on to Downing Street, Buckingham Palace and KFC until their opposed "madness" was brought to a swift resolution.
This weekend just gone, a Sunday Times undercover sting revealed that if you've got the money, you can meet David Cameron for a cup of tea and a Kit Kat.