March 16, 2004

BLOGNOTES

The impeccably formal Natalie Solent issues an invitation.

The understandably depressed Professor Bunyip ponders a recent election:

The highest moral station to which Spain can now aspire -- and it is a miserable ambition -- will be to make Greece its model. Greece, where authorities made a point not to apprehend Palestinian terrorists, and if they did, if the offence was so egregious that there was no alternative but to slap on the cuffs, where the accused were gently treated, mildly sentenced, and then set free as quietly and quickly as possible. Now the Greeks are preparing to host the Olympics and living in dread of a terrorist assault. Fat lot of good being so pliable did them.

The pro-development Sam Ward demands yet more development: I hope they build so many skyscrapers I can't even see the sun.

And the cash-delivering BlogAds are working!

Posted by Tim Blair at March 16, 2004 11:06 PM
Comments

Speaking of BlogAds, Tim... what's your opinion on climate change and the associated marine destruction?

Posted by: LD at March 17, 2004 at 12:21 AM

My opinion on climate change and the associated marine destruction is that it pays me $50 per week.

Posted by: tim at March 17, 2004 at 12:33 AM

My position is that it's too damn cold in Michigan in the winter and I don't eat fish.

Posted by: JorgXMcKie at March 17, 2004 at 05:39 AM

I think it was very rude of God to give fishies short life spans. Fish should live forever! Not just those snobs who dwell in deepest Rl'yeh where great Cthulhu lies dreaming aarrggh ecchhhh eehhhh Cthulhu fhtagn i i i!!!...

Posted by: Andrea Harris at March 17, 2004 at 12:40 PM