I'm beginning to feel a bit sorry for Glen Jenvey, whose story about a Jewish terror hit-list has led to the Currant being sued by Siralan Sugar and his own reputation disappearing down the toilet. A bit sorry only, though, given the crap he's come out with. Anyway, here's the latest serving of Jenvey over at Bloggerheads, skewered, diced, and served on a fucking plate. I think the poor man and his associates need to stop digging, I really do.
Here's a rather sad article about the decline and fall of American newspapers - so many of them are in danger of going under it's incredible, newspapers which have served their communities for 150 years or more. Last week the Rocky Mountain News bit the dust, and it won't be the last. And I don't think the decline will end in the States, either.
"Is the sight of a black person still so offensive to people?" asks Sunny over at Pickled Politics. Yes, the 'all-black' episode of EastEnders has received 250 complaints. Which proves not a great deal except there are at least 250 racist cunts in Britain, and I kind of knew that already. Still, we all know which newspapers decided to create the hysteria about it, don't we?
If you haven't read this piece by Charlie Brooker on the death of New Labour and the contempt with which voters are viewed by politicians, then you need to do it now.
Andrew Adams's Mutantblog has what I reckon is a fairly accurate depiction of Tony Blair's diary as Middle East Peace (!) Envoy.
The Tory Troll has news of why getting on a fucking bus was too scary and dangerous for the Mayor of London, who oversees, let me see, oh yes public transport. To be fair to the scarecrow-haired fool, it may have been a Bendy Bus and he may simply have avoided it on principle. Or maybe not.
The Quail has the latest from the Mail on wine. Does it cause cancer or cure it? Apparently, a bit of both. Bottoms up then!
And Kamran Abbasi at Cricinfo reacts to this morning's horrific attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore with a sadly inevitable conclusion.
- Dear Daily Mail,