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IBID

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Have just re-discovered a photo library I used when I worked in New York. They’re called IBID. They were the first to organise photoshoots with the specific aim of producing one-half of an ad (the other being the headline, of course).

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Fire

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People have been asking about Nicki’s car. The news so far is that Clive Sutton, the UK dealership has replaced it with apologies and we are waiting for the official response from Daimler-Chrysler. If I had polls enabled on Donkey, I’d ask what sort of position I should take. I mean, they could have killed my whole family.

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The good old days of terrorism

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I was thinking about Orwell’s Ministry of Information again today and started trying to find some bad guys to focus on. I’m showing my age a bit here, but it seems to me that Carlos, Andreas and Ulricke and even young Yasser, made very credible enemies. It might be to do with the degree of definition of their belief systems or their politics, but it was generally possible to pin-point this threat without their cause being extended to cover a people,race or religion.

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Congrats

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Congratulations to Scary Duck for taking away the Guardian BBB. I’m embarrassed to admit I’d not read the duck before, but in any case, there’s five-hundred pounds headed for the pub:-)

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Weapons of moderate destruction

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Salam’alicum, today is officially Iraq dossier day. The dossier is a document in which the Ministry of Truth Tony Blair attempts to explain to the nation why we should invade Iraq, topple the government and supervise “regime change”.

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Why do I evangelise Apple?

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Man I am getting sick of supporting Apple. I mean it’s one long lonely road, you know? I used to believe my box was better than the other guy’s windoze machine, but now I’m getting really bored of paying for the same thing over and over. There has to come a point were I just stop.

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