Tag Archives: greece

Worth Reading 75: I was your sorry ever after

Fear and loathing in Athens: the rise of Golden Dawn and the far right – I don’t know how much it’s emphasised for the story, or if it seems worse than it is because of the focus on one angle, but Greece sounds like a country with some major problems right now. Stephen becomes first […]

Worth Reading 53: Scoring rules for bridge

It’s a little known fact that the Joker was originally known as the Scoremaster, until someone realised that was particularly silly, so they went for another extra card in the deck instead. Greece: Trying to understand SYRIZA – Paul Mason provides some interesting background and context for the current political situation in Greece. Meet the […]