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A rash of Questions to Which the Answer is No. Number 534, above, was asked of Bob Hardy at The Guardian.
Then we have number 535:
Mike Huckabee, a man to watch?
Will Tories’ honesty and new-found oomph be enough?
And number 537:
Could Artifical Intelligence Replace The Human Radio Personality?
Mind you, I’m not sure about that last one.
(Thanks to Benjamin and Graham.)
Is Labour a toxic brand after the Blair/Brown reich or can Miliband “pull it off” and get white working class votes? (Or indeed any votes?)
In the words of Solomon Burke, don’t you feel like crying.
I am just waiting for the double entendres about “Libya gets harder”. He walked right into that, doncha think?
Horrified to discover that there is such a thing as an “Indie Professor”. Civilisation really is at the brink. Presumably the Demiurge is about to call last orders.
The harder it gets the deeper we will have to go.
“Human Radio Personality” manages to be both a tautology AND a contradiction in terms.
The WMDs will eventually turn up in Iraq – in the words of the incomparable Garnet Mimms, “It’s just a matter of time” . Didn’t King Solomon also compose Mr Rentoul’s theme tune, “Stupidity” , on the brilliant “If you need me” record?
I bet the likes of John Rentoul get their facts from the Pearson Group (The Economist and FT).
Massive humble pie is on the way for his ilk
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