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Number 606 in my series of Questions to Which the Answer is No,* is asked by the Daily Mail (seems to be website only).
Not sure if this was a different headline on the same story, “Did Tupperware parties change the lives of women?”, asked by the BBC yesterday, which I am not qualified to answer.
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Italian striker Mario Balotelli, who joined Manchester City last summer, has had a somewhat inconsistent season on the pitch. But off it, the 20-year-old has been providing headlines on a remarkably regular basis, the latest of which involved confronting a school bully.
With more tabloid stories than he’s scored goals, you may well have missed some [...]
Hearts v Celtic, Scottish Premiership
Back Celtic at 1.52
We are reaching the business end of the Scottish Premiership and Rangers are in pole position following Celtic’s shock 3-2 defeat at Inverness last week. However, they have otherwise been in solid form, and that was their only reverse in their last nine games, a period during [...]
I have just been to see David Willetts, the universities minister, deliver a lecture at the Mile End Group at Queen Mary. Which was strange after the flapdoodle all day over his musings about selling extra university places — “on a needs-blind basis” — to the highest bidder.
There was even a protest, consisting of about 12 young [...]
I generally tend to hate films that are aggressively marketed towards my particular sex. It’s not that I don’t like films about romance and emotions and all that; it’s just that films that have been dreamed up by Hollywood studios with the sole intention of tapping into a female audience are generally terrible films.
Guillermo Del Toro and Guillem Morales’ thriller about a woman losing her sight and investigating her twin sister’s death.
Google’s Music Beta will put an end to the need for wires in digital music, the firm claimed yesterday at the launch of the “cloud-based” music service.
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