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Worth Reading 158: The memory of Regional Railways

The Time Everyone “Corrected” the World’s Smartest Woman – Marilyn Vos Savant solved the Monty Hall Problem, even if a lot of people wanted to tell her that she hadn’t. Is Work Good? – “the problem that comes with this one-eyed focus on…

Worth Reading 96: The Five Good Links

Common decency fail at the Huff Post – Jim Jepps on why posting pictures of David Miliband with his flies undone helps to drive politicians further away from the public. Eastleigh – Why There’s No Farage – Because, explains Tim Fenton, despite his…

Worth Reading 46: Two conspiracies for the price of one

Not all phone-hacking, all the time: Paper, scissors, stone – Heresy Corner collects George Michael’s tweets on his relationship with the News Of The World, and notices that they point towards some very dodgy-sounding behaviour from the Metropolitan Police. (via) Don’t pity Gordon…

Worth Reading 19: S-s-s-s-Saigon

Rocket-powered octopi all the way down… Space Stasis – Fascinating Slate article from Neal Stephenson on all the factors that had to come together to make rocketry so important Caroline Lucas’ U-turn on taxes – It seems that Ten O’Clock Live stumbled on…

And now the NHS not giving out drugs for free is apparently a bad thing

Enough people have linked to the latest stop on Tory MEP Daniel Hannan’s ‘Look at me, America! Look at me!’ tour – an appearance with bloviating imbecile Glenn Beck – that I thought I ought to take a look. And I managed a…

Sometimes the stupid doesn’t just burn…it incinerates

Now, I’m not a financial expert, but I’d like to give you a little bit of financial advice. If you’re investing any money following the recommendations of Investor’s Business Daily, I’d strongly advise you to reassess those investments. Why? Because they’ve printed what…

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