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Worth Reading 14: Flash, I love you!

60% Egyptian this time. Butwhataboutthemen? – Anton Vowl channels his inner Giles Coren Egypt Leaves the Internet – A look at how Egyptian access to the internet was restricted India’s most expensive movie yields most astonishingly violent and demented action-scene in cinematic history – It’s on BoingBoing, so you’ve probably seen it already, but just […]

Link love

Anton Vowl’s ‘It gets better’ post really is a seasonal marvel and if – as Justin has suggested – it could help the sort of people who look for painless suicide methods, then why not do what you can to help? (Prediction: first comment will be pointing out ways in which I’m doing this wrong) […]

Yes, yes, yes

Go read Anton Vowl on Phil Woolas: It was Labour’s fault in the first place, for not booting Woolas out sooner. Those leaflets were evidence enough to see him off. The claim that the party didn’t want to prejudice the court case and so waited for the verdict is simply not good enough. You either […]

While you wait

This week’s walk will be a bit later than usual – probably appearing sometime this afternoon or evening – so until then, why not go and read Anton Vowl’s discussion of the Mail’s attack on Lembit Opik’s relatives? Related PostsWorth Reading 75: I was your sorry ever after Worth Reading 27: The shorter way to […]

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I’m in agreement with Anton Vowl on this: I’m a libertarian at heart. By which I don’t mean “I’m one of those people who calls himself a libertarian to mask and justify his inherent racism”, or “I’m one of those people who calls himself a libertarian because ‘extremely right wing’ doesn’t sound as good” or […]