Monthly Archives: November 2006

Dear Diary – Maoist Controversies

It has been a strangely volatile and entertaining day so far. First of all Academic board – a pretty dull looking agenda, but the high points were the student intervention by Hannah that crushed a badly thought out proposal on … Continue reading

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For Sunita Narayan

In solidarity with bookseller Sunita Narayan, this is from WTW: “India: What is a “terrorist” book? 20 November 2006. A World to Win News Service. A contingent of 70 armed police invaded the Chandrapur Book Fair and surrounded the stall … Continue reading

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Pantomime Terrors – DIY Cookbook

After friday’s absolutely great Dis-Orient X event which went off so well – thanks to ALL concerned… now I’m on the way to Magdeburg to talk about the new Fun-Da-Mental video, so, a few more notes (actually these were nutted … Continue reading

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Global Warming in New Cross??

Neil of New Cross writes on Notes from an Island (a forum that will no doubt be one of those blogs eventually bought up by the multinational corporation that is Lonely Planet – we should start writing the people’s own … Continue reading

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Words of Advice For Young People

“The gadgets are gone!” – Burroughs Adding Machine Ad. I have long been misguided by the wise counsel of Bull Lee, whether it be on school, school recess, or the world of gainful employment. Viddy these links below to see-hear … Continue reading

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Queen's speech or reading news – you decide.

People will have noticed (but will they, its a bolgospheric doubt we must often have) there are a bunch of alternative news sites linked in the left column of my tawdry souvenirs site. But for the really keen reader, here … Continue reading

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Long Sunday

This blogger blogging on blogety bloggery is elegant at the end, and starts off with choice Teddy, the cuddly critic who is always super sharp, like the razor’s used so well on Sunday Too Far Away. short sunday long – … Continue reading

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