Monthly Archives: February 2009

The hardest button to buttonhole

Speechification’s superb service to the nation has delivered The Human Button into my podcast tracking devicicule recently. It’s broadly speaking a nutritious slice of Reithian radio and very listenable, although just as establishment as milord would have loved to hear. … Continue reading

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Neglect your political husbandry and parasites will creep in

Late last night I ran out of time and, fearful of the onset of a migraine, didn’t commit this to blog publication. Political bloggers far better than I— especially septicisle—have summarized events better than I might. Much as feminism is … Continue reading

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Chewing up the walls

Brennig seems to have had a lovely weekend, the bastard. In comparison, I’ve had a couple of days of traipsing around getting and then using a carpet cleaner, fixing my brakes, and working out strategies to get rid of mice … Continue reading

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