Today, in a shameless bid to try and convince the world that the printed newspaper industry isn't lying on its wings with its little legs kicking away in the air like a beetle in the throes of insecticide death move that will rock the whole of blogging to its very core, Enemies of Reason launches EoR, the one-stop blog shop for all your Enemies of Reasons needs, but a bit shorter and with less interesting stuff.
Howard Jacobson says: "You can never have too much of a good thing, but not with this cunt."
Ross Kemp says: "I wish Anton all the very best with EoR. Having survived numerous war zones and nasty gangs, I can tell you that a slightly more condensed version of Enemies of Reason is just what we've been waiting for."
Anton Vowl says: "EoR is going to be so good, you'll wonder why you ever bothered with Enemies of Reason. Basically, the product you're buying at the moment is shit, so you'd better get this smaller, cheaper version of it instead."
EoR is going to cut through the crap and distinguish between what's important and what's not. In today's issue: features about Sesame Street that no-one gave a shit about in 1985, plus celebrity bollocks but not such a great deal of actual, you know, stuff.
This is the future! This is the fucking future!
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