Adam Curtis tells a good story, and he usually ends up making me think differently about things. This one’s about armed humanitarian intervention.
As tempting as it is to stay up listening to loud techno and house all night, it will make me less useful tomorrow. CURSE YOU SENSIBLE PHIL!
Yes thanks. I'm glad you crashed then because I didn't have a gazillion windows open and wasn't 90% through finishing something, you piece o
@spaceboy There was also a man across the road from them in trilby and overcoat who’d come from Shoreditch’s 1920s enclave.
@Lollyp0pp Maybe... morris dancers dressing down perhaps.
Two men in puffy white shirts and sheepskin waistcoats. Fancy dress or Shoreditch fashion? Impossible to tell.
Hackney, England, United Kingdom
@matlock I put the Twitter text number in my address book as “DO NOT REPLY”, which helps. Possibly @chrislunch’s idea actually...
Boom! My final cup of tea made by @irvinebrown arrives. Looking forward to the one more thing...
@joroach I haven’t even tried the player itself... the website seems rather rushed and/or designed by committee though.
@mattsheret I love that it all works well for me because I always think “I want to listen to BBC Radio 1” rather than just “Radio 1”.
@pdcawley It’s the gift that keeps on giving!
http://www.radioplayer.co.uk/ is funny. ‘Browse’ is hilarious. #radioplayer
@GreatDismal Crazy. It's almost as if you'd want to somehow verify information before you spread it with your name attached to it.