Thursday, 7 August 2008

The dishonest in pursuit of the disreputable

No, I didn't post yesterday.  I spent most of the day setting up a new computer to replace the one that had died.  It's never a quick process, is it.

I was very happy to see you debating amongst yourselves in my absence.

In any case, most of the stories swirling round the news yesterday I'd either commented on already, or were just too trivial for words.  The controversy, for example, over fraudulent interlopers with concealed dictaphones recording politicians at a semi-public event saying things they're too timid to say at a fully public gathering -- an example, I'd say of the dishonest in pursuit of the disreputable.

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