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Entries by David Horton from 10/2006

We are all socialists now

| Posted 10.02.2006 | Politics
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I will try to break it gently to the kind of super ultra neo-conservative free market 'unfettered globalised capitalism is the only possible option fo...

Look that up in your ...

| Posted 10.05.2006 | Politics
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It's odd how my mindset has moved in the last year. I used to be an avid consumer of mainstream media. When I was a small child I would trust the main...

Arrested for GMH

| Posted 10.09.2006 | Politics
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U.S. Law distinguishes between assault and 'aggravated assault'. British Law makes a similar distinction between 'Actual Bodily Harm' and 'Grievous Bo...

To the last syllable

| Posted 10.12.2006 | Politics
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So what are your plans eh? Trying to get that book published and start a career as a writer? Looking towards retirement, with an eye on that little be...

Titanic Nipples

| Posted 10.13.2006 | Politics
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Why am I writing about climate change on HuffPo? Who am I writing for - the people here and now who think that a single snowfall in Chicago is evidenc...

Elder days

| Posted 10.16.2006 | Politics
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The young know little of the past before they were born, little of the way things were, and each new generation is another degree higher on the bunsen burner cooking the frog.

Did the Earth Move for You?

| Posted 10.19.2006 | Politics
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For most of us, the 1990s, with the succession of record hot year after record hot year was the time when we became personally aware, fundamentally, of what was happening to the world we live in.

The God Vaccination

| Posted 10.23.2006 | Politics
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Recently read one of those articles 'Britain has at last escaped the illusion that salvation lies in mass science: Making the subject compulsory has b...

Over a Barrel

| Posted 10.26.2006 | Huffington Post

In 1906 my grandfather, aged 16, was told by his father that, no, he couldn't get a job in the motor car industry, there was no future in it. Well, it...

Sittin' on the dock of the bay

| Posted 10.30.2006 | Politics
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Sometimes I sit, staring at a computer screen which appears to have frozen, my fingers resting, idly, on a keyboard which appears to be not a real one...