Meta

John maintains that he has … … never met a meta that he couldn’t meet half way. So let’s try this on for size. Turns out a few more people are reading these offerings? rants? debates? diatribes? monologues? things? … whatever they are … … lets go with things – consistent and on brand! … … Continue reading “Meta”

No Point, That’s The Point

As a kindness to the Other Chap, John thought… he would assuage Graham’s evident fears of sinister machines by demonstrating others simply quaint in their pointlessness. This one mainly just protects itself, in the best non-violent tradition. while these just — well, see for yourself. Rather sweet, really. Hope this helps, OtherChap. The Other Chap … Continue reading “No Point, That’s The Point”

Jonesing towards Bethlehem?

… before we get going, this chap would like to point out the possibility that though our readers might have heard of Alex Jones and Infowars, they might have missed out on his recent Performance Art defence. In itself – arguably – some of his best performance art. Then of course, this chap is not the expert … Continue reading “Jonesing towards Bethlehem?”

Socratic Angst

Graham is concerned about Socrates … … well, not Socrates exactly. But it starts with him. Unexamined is one thing, but what if the exam already took place without our knowledge? This chap continues with the fear that if the Unexamined status were ended right now, he might actually fail… Or considered another way — … Continue reading “Socratic Angst”

Little Known Religious Figures #5

… St. Schrodinger John remarks … that whenever he sees ‘Schrodinger’, he often reads Schroeder Graham responds … (because that is what us chaps do) go on … well – you know how Schroeder is always playing that toy piano? turns out that he is not the only one …. James, Lars and the rest … Continue reading “Little Known Religious Figures #5”

The Choler of Politics

The Chaps do admire a piece of witty snark … … especially combined with sharp observation, as regular readers may have noticed. So we could not resist this recent restaurant review. Equally, we could not resist this little write-up on Texas politics, especially written by a real journalist of the caliber of Barrett Brown, either slumming … Continue reading “The Choler of Politics”

Where Art Meets Science

And the chaps would like to congratulate Mr. Kris Marshall – who will be playing the 13th incarnation of ‘the other’ doctor. .. the “Other Doctor” — that is, Chap, notes that … … he did in fact know the Seventh Doctor, who as Mr McCoy, held the UK record for “ferrets-down-the-trousers” … and that … Continue reading “Where Art Meets Science”

Happy Birthday Ian

Had he not died, he would have been 60 years old today (April 13th). Taken away from his wife Ruth, his children and friends waaaay too early. The picture above was taken outside the old bank in Chiddingfold – which was about to become the headquarters to The Chiddingfold Archive – a charitable trust run by 5 people, …
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