What I’ve been up to, week ending 2009-11-01

  • A good piece on sensible-debate versus actual-politics from Andrew R, based on real science: http://bit.ly/14vR5W #
  • Remote nowhere was excellent, incidentally. All foreign phone roaming disabled, so absolutely no outside-worldery impinging on anything. #
  • Not a huge J Carr fan, but he's right here (and funny) and his critics are idiots: http://bit.ly/3PlBgp #
  • S Fry leaving twitter is 3rd-top story on BBC. Say *what*? #
  • /What the hell motivates climate change denialistidiots? Is it just blind contrarianism, or do they actually *want* to destroy the world #
  • I wish the right-wing party set to win the next election was made up of Economist writers, instead of idiots: http://bit.ly/3m18xu #
  • Things I dislike, from either side of the political spectrum: the casual equation of "feminist" and "puritan". e.g. http://bit.ly/2arVvy #

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3 thoughts on “What I’ve been up to, week ending 2009-11-01”

  1. "I wish the right-wing party set to win the next election was made up of Economist writers, instead of idiots"

    In other words, you would prefer the next right-wing party to form a government to be made up of people from the left?

    A curse on both their houses.

  2. No, Economist writers represent the non-stupid, anti-authoritarian end of the centre-right. Suggesting they're from the left is as daft as Trots suggesting that the Guardian is right-wing.

  3. It's an indication of how bad Conservative policy is on Europe that a set of policies which include making a fuss about the blue passport back can be considered desirable. It was under Thatcher it disappeared, wasn't it, and it was a silly size anyway.

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