Monthly Archives: August 2013

Halifux: the bank of Kafka

The alarm rings rudely, loudly – no, hang on… that’s the phone, I pick up… “This is the automated online payments checking system from Halifax, if you have…” I put the phone down, wide awake now. I look at the clock … Continue reading

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You are intelligent and can see past adverts? Really?

Women – and men, Do you use shampoo? do you think it helps prevent your hair from becoming more weak, limp, lifeless, dull and straw-like, as apparently 2983 women asked by L’oreal do? (Cheryl Cole is wrong, paid to lie, and … Continue reading

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Rape is a sexist joke in law.

(image from Standard.co.uk) I’ve campaigned for years, but responses illustrate that everyone seems to be bogged down in the emotional detail.  (Link has raw image) The law of rape is wrong but, just maybe, the recent Twitter furore which included much on … Continue reading

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