Saturday, 9 April 2005

Where's Jim Peron?

Come on, you know you've been curious. Why has he been so quiet recently?
He's here, co-organising the next ISIL conference in Cologne. The conference is in July.


  1. I hope this is reported elsewhere, since more than a few thought he had been tarred and feathered and run out of town, or had found a high ledge and jumped. Bizarro.

  2. Oh and I see you have not linked me when I linked you, so I will delete you Peter. I assure you NZ bloggers are NOT benevolent. Ask Farrar about the Swedish story I broke which he refused to link me for. KISS MY ASS.

  3. Oh crikey, Ruth. Give me a chance, I'm still learning how to run one of these blogs.

    And although the invitation to kiss your arse is certainly an attractive one, can I promise just to get my links sorted out tomorrow? It's still Sunday, a day of rest. :-)

  4. Good God I only just discovered this thread. To the best of my knowledge I have never ever refused to link to anyone who asks. I even have a linking policy to give people a guide.

    People need to realise that slowness to add links on is related to time pressure, not deliberate shunning. I did add Ruth on a month or so ago when I finally had a spare couple of hours to do a general links update.

    The thread is at

  5. Ruth and David,

    I can't see what the problem is with 'The Swedish Story' except the story itself.
    Do you, Ruth, object to this man, David, posting a link to your comment rather than to your site???

  6. Erm what what the hell happened here?


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