Tag Archives: Brexit

Fuhry Road

Some things to remember about political shenanigans in the UK lately. Those of us who aren’t nasty fascists are, of course, perturbed that Nigel Führage and his band of shitsticks garnered quite a lot of votes at the recent EU … Continue reading

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The Great Asparagus

Yesterday afternoon was an academic treat. I took a break from dry political statistics of the 1830s and attended a lecture on the legacy of European colonialism by now EU member states. I learned many things I didn’t know – … Continue reading

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Who’s Bill?

Sometimes words just aren’t. You know what I mean? Well of course you don’t because they aren’t. This is a specific time of them aren’t-ing and there’s not a damn thing I can [insert active verb] about it. Now and … Continue reading

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Everybody Poops

Gotta love April. It’s raining. It’s sunny. It’s Brexit. It’s not Brexit for a while longer. It’s spring. It’s winter. It’s all things to all men and I’m a man for all seasons. Other genders are available. On the eleventh … Continue reading

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John Wayne Is Big Thursday

This is the newest Thursday of the year. Any previous Thursdays you might have experienced were shit and not at all twenty-nineteeny. They sucked but this one is made of unicorn souls and shiny shiny right up behind me shiny … Continue reading

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How To Shoot A Breeze

I have humaned. I spent time being human today, in the fine, fine company of Adam (king of kings), and I succeeded at the humaning for several consecutive hours. Bright shiny sky weather invited us to eat foodstuffs down by … Continue reading

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The Second Time As Farce.

The students are out in Exeter. The arcs of personal space on the streets have been sapped and sopped away. Fresher’s Week, a time for new students to drink themselves into giddy oblivion and for the returning students to renew … Continue reading

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