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Brexit – the final solution to my consumerist paralysis.

  Gosh, what a pompous title that is. Brian Sewell would’ve been proud. But yeah, I need a new laptop and have done for well over a year. The current one, purchased in 2010, is slower than a granny at … Continue reading

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No Homage to Catalonia.

When I haven’t been killing time mass killing on GTA V online, shopping for Secret Santa prezzies (edible anuses look appetising), or watching Sopranos clips on YouTube (I’d forgotten how bloody funny it was), I’ve been keeping an eye on … Continue reading

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You stupid bastards

The only thing sillier than predicting the future is the future itself. Now maybe that’s been said before, in fact it probably has, though perhaps slightly differently. I’ve probably read it and it’s been lodged in the ever shrinking subconscious … Continue reading

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Please vote against UKIP and the Tory bastards

Look, I know there’s nothing more tiresome than blogging a condescending plea, on top of being bombarded by all those fucking tweets begging you to vote, especially if you believe, and justifiably in some cases, that it won’t change much … Continue reading

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The revolution has been televised

And it’s the opposite of what Gil Scott-Heron prophesised, no individual empowerment going on here. Still, on a more humorous note, there’s a line in ‘The comeback’ by Alex Cameron in which he assumes the predicament of a washed up … Continue reading

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