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A little too close to home

Tuesday, March 30th, 2004

One of the eight terrorist suspects arrested in the UK today was nabbed at the Holiday Inn in Horley. We drive past it every time we go to our local supermarket, which is right next door. The half-ton of weapons grade amonium nitrate fertilizer was, fortunately, found much farther away, in west London.

ASU! ASU! ASU!

Wednesday, March 24th, 2004

It’s always nice to see students from the ol’ alma mater attaining new heights of achievement.

Electrical language

Saturday, March 20th, 2004

“I live for this stuff, I inhabit it like electricity inhabits a light bulb.” Bill Nelson talks about completing his new album in his latestdiary entry. We eagerly await his upcoming tour to mark the 30th anniversary of the release of Axe Victim. In the meantime, Bill’s diary remains a must read.

A real head case

Saturday, March 20th, 2004

Gavin is being threatened with a libel action by John Gray, the multimillionaire pop psychologist/author (Men are From Venus, etc etc), who quite obviously has an inferiority complex. It would appear that “Doc” Gray doesn’t want people to know that his alleged doctoral degree came from a bogus diploma mill called Columbia Pacific University, which [...]