Monthly Archives: July 2011

Random Quote. No 26.

Murder is not some fictional conceit, imagined for the purpose of entertainment, but actually happens: and afterwards no credits roll, and life has to continue to be lived even if you have absolutely no idea where the deeds to the … Continue reading

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Items of Useless Information. No 3.

One afternoon the doorbell rang in the London flat of Peter Sellers‘ . As Sellers was busy in his study, his wife Anne went to the door, where she was handed a telegram. The message said: “Bring me a cup of … Continue reading

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A New Genre of Breivik Humour.

I keep an eye on the search terms that bring people to my page, mostly because they sometimes inspire me to write something. Two particular searches caught my eye concerning the events in Norway. The first I noticed was: “anders … Continue reading

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Who Cares About Representation, NO TAXATION!

Now don’t take me wrong, I am as much against taxes as the next person, I am British after all. And we did make a folk hero out of someone who didn’t just avoid and evade taxation, but actively went … Continue reading

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BSkyB, Murdoch, Omnipotence and Globalisation.

The phone hacking scandal continues to rumble along. The most recent revelation being that the private investigator at the centre of the scandal has the mobile number of Sarah Payne in his files.  The Guardian has the bit between it’s … Continue reading

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