Monthly Archives: June 2006

A Little Local Difficulty

As you may have gathered, the plug has been pulled on the Dutch government. It’s been quite an exciting few days this week. There was an emergency debate in the Dutch parliament on the evening of June 28th – and … Continue reading

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No Limit

For some reason, the local council in our area is very diligent about putting roadsigns everywhere. This can lead to some bizarre results – such as this "no speed limit" imposed on a dirt track…    

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Birdbrain

This is a male chaffinch who has spent the last few days constantly attacking his own reflection in the windows of the house.     He hasn’t yet figured it out that he’s fighting a phantasm. There’s a moral there … Continue reading

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A Sign of Something Badly Corrupt

Ophelia Benson pricks the fetid bubble of Richard Swinburne.

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Al-Zarqawi’s Mom’s Blog

Humour of the blackest kind and in execrable taste. I love it.

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Watch Your Language

Various parts of the media have picked up the story of Dr. Anthony Bogaert’s research today. In summary, it appears that the more biological older brothers a man has, the more likely he is to be gay. A typical report … Continue reading

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It’ll All End In Tears

Justin, over at Chicken Yoghurt, observes the unedifying spectacle that is Noo Labour finger-pointing and says "I told you so". Yep, he’s right. To hell with the lot of them.

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