May 13th, 2010, No Comments
Find Owls Near You. Does what it says on the tin.
June 4th, 2009, No Comments
Wonkette: Wonkette will now become the first blog in Internet history to institute a daily feature called â€œcomment of the day,â€ to reward the dayâ€™s Best Comment, as determined by Algebra Oh no, it won’t. Nothing is ever new on the internets; you’d think Wonkette’d know that by now.
May 22nd, 2009, No Comments
Hugo Rifkind in the Times spots a handy new German word: technishererfolgangabemangelsfrust. That is to say, â€œthe frustration caused by having a sense of achievement for completing a technical task but being unable to boast about it because it is too boringâ€.
May 13th, 2009, No Comments
Quick, while they’re still shouting at about the expenses! … quietly, via Labourhome: Brown and Watson cleared from McBride/Draper fallout alexhilton Tue May 12, 2009 at 11:23:00 AM GMT The Cabinet Secretary Gus O’Donnell has investigated emails at No10 and written to Conservative MP Francis Maude reassuring him that no ministers or employees other than […]
May 7th, 2009, No Comments
North Korea’s video instructions to the populace on how to vote: See, apathetic UK voters, it’s easy. Step up, bow to the nice party officials, and don’t forget to vote overwhelmingly for the Dear Leader. It certainly works for Kim Jong Il, who got 99% of the vote in the last North Korean election: it […]
April 24th, 2009, No Comments
Interesting if real: Karl Rove’s Twitter feed. The wingnuts think it’s real, to judge by the tweets, and Precautions taken 2 guarantee compliance w/ federal prohibition on torture. U might characterize diligence as overcautious. certainly sounds suitably Rovian.
April 18th, 2009, No Comments
Likely-to soon-be-made-redundant chief reporter at Daily Telegraph writes hatchet job on blogger. Shock, probe, horror! If it’s open season on bloggers’ private lives, then it must be open season on journalists’ too. Fair’s fair. Hmm, who shall we start with?
April 15th, 2009, No Comments
Pity Labour’s decent left, poor loves; reduced as a result of Smeargate into trying to Uriah Heep themselves into another glorious 12 years of Labour rule. Frank Field MP: Darkness at the Heart of the Labour Party Harold Wilson asserted that the Labour party was a moral crusade or it was nothing. The McBride affair […]
April 14th, 2009, No Comments
Both are up shit creek for a start. Global online retail giant Amazon, now embroiled in its own internet related scandal – the #amazonfail list is now at 1,582 books and other products, and rising – has much in common with New Labour. Both are omni-bloody-present, both collect huge amounts of info about us and […]