Karim–who I believe to be an active believer, is such is possible, and who, for all I know, may want to cut my head off–has an eminently sensible response to the cartoons:
His style is singable and great for people with hangovers. Sometimes it reminds me of gospel classics like:
When he told the beast of Berlin
That they’d never rest contented
Till they had driven him from the land.
So he called the Yanks and English
And proceeded to extinguish
The Führer and his vermin,
This is how it all began:
Given the frequent use of hanging plot terminations, too few novels finish with colons. In fact, here are all those I can think of:
- Two serious IT/system problems at Bicing
They screw up, you pay.
- Spaniard found not guilty of theft because of poor language skills
The proceedings of the Old Bailey are now searchable to 1913. Apart from anything else they are an interesting source of
Huge numbers yesterday on this walk, on some very quiet meadows at between 400 and 600m. First Gonepteryx rhamni, our Brimstone: Next
- What Theo van Gogh really said
There’s a deserved attack here by Franco Alemán on a lousy article by Carmen Montón in La Vanguardia, the paper for
- Blood and fire
Translation of the farewell poem recovered from the murderer of Theo van Gogh.