As a the splendid Jutl said on Cook’d and Bomb’d, when it came to heinousness, did ex-Nazi paedophile, friend of General Pinochet and cult leader Paul Schaefer, who has died at the age of 89, need any more to get … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: April 2010
Just as it’s said imagining authority figures in their birthday suits can help the ordinary man or woman deal with them, so the following might help the same ordinary men and women get party political broadcasts in the right perspective. … Continue reading
The Daily Mail and General Trust has indicated that it will not be moving to a subscription model online. To support this, it presents some pretty compelling reasons for staying free, and shows that it grasps what the Internet is … Continue reading
I wonder if Jake Knott was on the carpet this morning? For those who don’t share my interest in the credits on TV programmes, he was the sound supervisor on last night’s debate between the party leaders, and he didn’t … Continue reading
A mention in the Daily Mail. I don’t know whether to feel pleased at getting the NOTA/Protest Vote movement its first national newspaper coverage or to feel dirty. Slightly more worrying is that I’m approaching 40 and still acting the … Continue reading
Another book review from me, this time commissioned and published by the Independent on Sunday, the finest oligarch-owned Sunday newspaper in the UK.
So, the Digital Economy Bill is now the Digital Economy Act, and is part of the law of the land. What difference will it make? The main change is that more ordinary people will get wise to encryption and VPNs. … Continue reading
Righty-ho, I’ve started that blog about my NOTA Protest Vote Party campaign here in sunny Waveney.
Having failed to get a review published in any of the periodicals to which I contribute, here’s my honest appraisal of 65 – My Life So Far, the autobiography of music mogul and self-styled vile pervert Jonathan King. ********* Show … Continue reading
With the campaign fund getting to a point where my candidature will be a reality, there’s something I feel I should confess, lest any of my opponents get wind of it and try to make political capital out of it. … Continue reading