Monthly Archives: January 2005

The power of love

The last paragraph in the “Times’”:http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,60-1437418,00.html obit of Danny Sugerman, Jim Morrison’s ammanuensis, and later part of Iggy Pop’s management: bq. Danny Sugerman is survived by his wife, Fawn Hall, who was Oliver North’s secretary during the Iran-Contra scandal under … Continue reading Continue reading

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lecturing Bill Gates

on capitalism, is something I never realised I wanted to do until fate gave me “the chance.”:http://www.guardian.co.uk/comment/story/0,,1387447,00.html Now, every time I sneeze, banknotes burst out of my pockets and credit cards rattle on the desk. I had expected lots of … Continue reading Continue reading

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Christmas isn’t coming

but already I know “what I want(Sushi pillows!)”:http://www.theoriginalsushipillow.com/pages/2/index.htm Continue reading

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miserable ingrates

The lot of you. No one seems to have read “the latest Swedish story”:http://www.darwinwars.com/troll at all. Still, I have finished it; and if there are any priests reading this, they had best mark and learn from this tragic tale of … Continue reading Continue reading

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Fair and balanced

Have you noticed how getting children to “explore” something is nowadays a synonym for paedophilia, as in %(loony)”the booklet is used because it is hard to find writings that are both sympathetic to the South and explore what the Bible … Continue reading Continue reading

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memo to self

The left-hand margin of the topmost piece of paper on the desk is not a persistent storage medium. In two days’ time you will have lost the vital phone number / password you scribbled there. Nor will you remember whose … Continue reading Continue reading

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