Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling writes:
Two countries divided by a common language. On Letters of Recommendation.
"An English philosopher might write, 'So-and-so has done very fine work.' If that were coming out of Harvard, it would mean this person barely has a three-digit I.Q. Coming out of Oxford, it could well mean this person is one of the top three people coming out of the U.K."
Violent media is good for kids, it helps then channel their rage.
Those of us who watch "Michael Palin's New Europe" in the weekend might find this interesting. And this.
Let's "smite some Humbug" and correct a few myths about the NYPD. It's a loooong read, mainly because of City Journal's anorexic layout, but worth it.
And what happened to Rudy? Shit! did no-one tell him not to put all his blue-rinse eggs in one basket.
And, since Jack's doing it, here's an excellent music video. "Poems" by a Tricky-led collaboration.