June 04, 2006
Britblog Roundup # 68
Now that we’re getting into golf scores for the Britblog Roundup we have one that’s a little below par in terms of the number of entries. Must be something to do with spring and young men’s fancies.
You can make your nominations for next week’s, once the surprise of being able to go outside in only one layer of clothing has worn off, by emailing the URL to britblog AT gmail DOT com.
First up is an example of Great Britishness. Sorry, great Britishness. A scientific test of which biscuit is best for dunking in tea. That perfect mixture of the slightly bizarre, attention to trivial detail and tea that defines the nation. If El Gordo wants to waffle on about Britishness again then he should refer to this post.
Stephen Tall reminds us to beware the cult of leadership. Much along the lines of Chris Dillow’s rumblings.
Hie thee down to The Globe to see Titus Andronicus says My London Your London, a must see.
Philobilon with a stunning recipe for a balm. Aspirin and antibiotics are so much simpler, that the Lord for progress.
Don’t read your old diaries. Not only will it remind you how much you’ve forgotten, you won’t even remember who you were doing it with.
The delights of having loads of men around....then realising they are all students...at Anglofille.
Camden Lady has become Camden Kiwi and provides a guide as to how to set up Wordpress on your own server. Obviously, from experience. Nosemonkey might enjoy this.
Random Reality on the wave of stabbings. That low? he asks.
Antonia Bance got elected and now tells us what it’s really like being a councillor.
Mick Hartley reads Ian McEwans’ "Saturday" so you don’t have to. Don’t bother seems to be the message.
The England Project on the way the English football team ought to be run.
SuzBlog manages to blow herself up simply by sitting down. Amazing what these Lib Dems can manage isn’t it.
You know the concept that the right side in any argument or demo is the one with all the babes? Shuggy shows that England’s doomed.
The Cartoon Blog seems to have got the BNP kicked off the Adsense program.
The Englishman shows us the rather alarming contents of his iPod.
And that’s it for this week. Make your nominations for next time and until then
Re Great Britishness.
This is the type of thrusting inquisitive mind that powered the industrial revolution. There is yet hope for the nation.
Posted by: The Remittance Man | Jun 4, 2006 9:32:31 PM
Thing is, he still seems to think I write better than him. Glad you liked it Tim, haven't met him yet but am pretty sure I'll get a decent bikky when I do...
Posted by: MatGB | Jun 5, 2006 2:12:13 AM