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Britain’s Best Sitcom
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Britain’s Best Sitcom is what the BBC want you to pick, using that pollster-friendly method of listing 100 items in order to glean a Top 100. For once though the method is appropriate as the list feels horribly exhaustive as is: the knowledge t[…]

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Weblog Response: to make up for the lack of a comments function, here’s an ILX thread dedicated to Do You See? If you’ve got anything to say about anything on this blog and you want to do it publically, here’s where to go. (We&#8217[…]

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Weblog Response: To make up for the lack of a comments facility, if you’ve got something to say about The Brown Wedge and want to make it public, this is the thread to do it on. (We’ll be adding this as a permanent link somewhere prominen[…]

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Weblog Response: To make up for the lack of a comments facility, if you’ve got something to say about Pumpkin Publog and want to make it public, this is the thread to do it on. (We’ll be adding this as a permanent link somewhere prominent[…]

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Weblog Response: To make up for the lack of a comments facility, if you’ve got something to say about NYLPM and want to make it public, this is the thread to do it on. (We’ll be adding this as a permanent link somewhere prominent, as it&#[…]

TEH BUZZ
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THE BUZZ.[…]

More Zenda action
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More Zenda action: the other thing that struck me reading it is how difficult the sexual codes now are to understand. Early on in the book the hero visits an inn and flirts with a lusty wench: there’s a bit of banter on the stairs and the hero […]

Malic acid transforms candy from a snack into a form of commercially acceptable child masochism
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Malic acid transforms candy from a snack into a form of commercially acceptable child masochism
Great sub-head from an old (1999) and longish Wired article about Extreme Sweets and ver kids that wuv them. Yesterday I saw a new device on my newsies co[…]

Mike of Clap Clap Blog crushes my dreams like a tiny flower
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Mike of Clap Clap Blog wrote in especially to crush my dreams like a tiny flower. My dreams of putting together compilations like Sk8mania 2003 Dudes or whatever it’s called. From his actually behind-the-desk perspective the job is a fucking ni[…]

can i tell you how much i love britney
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can i tell you how much i love britney, first the deeply odd, voyueristic, slime green coloured images in W, that looked v. 60s, but the factory porno, marriane faithful on smack, riots and destruction rather then the lesile gore act she used to pull[…]

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