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In February 2005, Blog 7 was all about L.O.V.E. love.
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In February 2005, Blog 7 was all about L.O.V.E. love.[…]

Uses of Political Correctness Gone Mad
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Uses of Political Correctness Gone Mad
Dominic Fifield, in The Guardian, writing about the aftermath of the Carling Cup Final:
Jose Mourinho had offered his opposing captain a warm handshake in the tunnel before kick-off, though Gerrard was less eage[…]

Lamest football meme ever?
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The competition is obviously a fierce one (not just handbags at ten paces), but my least favourite came up again tonight, watching Norwich vs Manchester City. Dean Ashton scored a really delightful goal, a high ball coming in while he was moving acro[…]

Consolation Prize
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Consolation Prize: Liverpool lose Carling, win Guinness by setting world record for “loudest stadium roar”. Atrociously posed picture raises ‘fix’ suspicions.[…]

Go and buy the next Kylie single
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Go and buy the next Kylie single
My favourite pop song this year is called “Made Of Glass”, and it’s by Kylie Minogue. I hoped slightly that it would end up being by someone else – it was being touted around Rachel Stevens amo[…]

Day 25: Dark Side Of The Moon AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 LOUSY TUNES
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Day 25: Dark Side Of The Moon
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 LOUSY TUNES
Picture this, a lady of leisure in a spacesuit, weightless, sucking neat gin through a straw. Perhaps it is not what I had planned when I embarked on this epic quest around the world, b[…]

Love this job!
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The thing here is, those professions which score best are those professions that are all about making other people feel directly and immediately happier. Unless you’re an army hairdresser shaving conscripts, I suppose.[…]

THE COMING DROUGHT?
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THE COMING DROUGHT?
ok i watched c4’s 100 best cartoons last night mainly to punish david stubbs for a particularly thin editorial in this month’s wire (he sets out his stall by apologising for watching some previous c4 top 100, b4 wheel[…]

MB Games to film update:
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MB Games to film update:
March brings us Guess Who? the movie. An everday tale of identity seaking using yes/no questions, and flipping tiles.
Or is it a remake of Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner with the twist that the family are black.
Yes, its […]

SPANGLISH Crubbish more like.*
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SPANGLISH
Crubbish more like.*
A light, family friendly “comedy” about the culture clash between and Mexican maid and the quirky Los Angeles white family she works for. For which read reductive, manipulative and misogynist pseudo-entertai[…]

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