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- Every word is sacred; free speech, again.
- Yes, yes, yes! Why you should vote for Scottish Independence.
- 12 Angry Men; the importance of debate.
- Don’t leave me hanging on the telephone; Craighouse call-in.
- Asking the wrong questions; Brendan Eich, boycotts & freedom of speech.
- A question of principle; Edinburgh Napier University’s Principal, Dame Joan Stringer, issues press release on Craighouse.
- In Defens; voices resolute in opposition to new build at Craighouse.
- Promise me this; manifestos for the Edinburgh local Council elections 2012.
- Pistols at nightfall; Wikipedia blackout and shelving of SOPA.
- Watch yer language; David Cameron compares Ed Miliband to someone with Tourette’s.
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Monthly Archives: December 2011
Seeing the light; Home Office to trial laser deterrent device for Police riot control; Photonic Security Systems – SMU100
In the aftermath of the August riots in London, it appears the Home Office is looking at alternative measures for riot control. As reported in the Telegraph, one of these options is a ranged weapon that uses a laser to … Continue reading
Ok, this is apparently old news, alas, I only noticed this was happening today and do not remember any debate or discussion on it at the time. It seems, BBC is serving up Google Adsense advertisements on its online content … Continue reading
Adding insult to injury; Boris’s transport cheif, Daniel Moylan, describes Ken Livingstone as “schizophrenic”.
Normally, I am fairly thick-skinned when it comes to people making comedic comments surrounding mental illness. For example, I will occasionally make jokes about my own problems – perhaps it’s the Scottish trait of self-deprecation, or merely another copying strategy. … Continue reading