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Linklogification – 31/5/12

Posted in Books, Linklog, Modern Living, Music, Well, it passes the time by Russ L on 31 May, 2012

Doh. I haven’t done one of these posts for a while, but I have still been hanging on to worthwhile links. This means I now have a current backlog as well as all of the ones from the old link collection. Useless, that Russ L is.

Ah well. Here’s a selection of the newer ones:

~ Much of it seems hugely exaggerated, but I did quite like this one about the Stone Roses re-union.

~ “…being a member in opposition seemed like the right thing to do” – Jon Bounds wrote a lovely thing that’s primarily about the recent Birmingham mayoral elections (which were, obviously, nothing to do with me) but what struck me more was the bit about why he joined the current-day Labour party.

~ TV is broken (via Pete Ashton on Twitter).

~ “The Ontological Proof and Why I Think It’s Cobblers” by Lance Parkin.

~ “The Battle Of The Birminghams” – West Midlands vs Alabama (via Katchooo on Twitter).

~ “Brummies” – a one hour documentary from Carl Chinn and Malcom Stent (from the 80s, or maybe 90s. It’s difficult to say).

~ George Orwell’s review of “Mein Kampf” (via Bookslut).

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