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The movie ends

The credits roll

Last is the music acknowledgements

Then the legal statement

The screen fades to grey

And then…?

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This one’s for the readers from the West European Islands, especially the United Kingdom. There’s at least a couple of you on my friends list.

I don’t normally follow your politics, other side of the world and all that, but Nick Griffin has managed to create a minor stir in the blogging classes even from this distance. Looking at his picture I can’t help thinking: he looks like John Barrowman on a wide screen! Has the British Union of FascistsNational Party been infiltrated by Torchwood. Talk about taking on the real aliens!

Or is the reverse, has the BNP infiltrated Torchwood?! Doctor help us all!

Hobbit-spotting

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Anyone who has dealt with me before knows that one of my motiving forces is a sense of anxiety. I’ve just finished writing a set of minutes for a meeting last week for the centennial celebrations in my parish, which will be at Labour Weekend. I have to organise a display of memorabilia for it from the parish records we hold at the church archives. Thinking about organising these things worries me.

At the same time I doing a newsletter for the Presbyterian parishes in the city. It’s almost at the stage now that I can take it to the printery. Maybe this weekend I can tidy it up to have it in its final form. I feel I’m delaying on it. It’s about a week behind now. Then I can think about distributing it.

Meanwhile I have to do an annual report for a committee I organise for our parish AGM which should be done for tomorrow (Sunday).

And I should pass this link about Berkeley Breathed’s first book on to Southern Dave. (Yes, you should be writing in November!)

Hobbit-spotting

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Anyone who has dealt with me before knows that one of my motiving forces is a sense of anxiety. I’ve just finished writing a set of minutes for a meeting last week for the centennial celebrations in my parish, which will be at Labour Weekend. I have to organise a display of memorabilia for it from the parish records we hold at the church archives. Thinking about organising these things worries me.

At the same time I doing a newsletter for the Presbyterian parishes in the city. It’s almost at the stage now that I can take it to the printery. Maybe this weekend I can tidy it up to have it in its final form. I feel I’m delaying on it. It’s about a week behind now. Then I can think about distributing it.

Meanwhile I have to do an annual report for a committee I organise for our parish AGM which should be done for tomorrow (Sunday).

And I should pass this link about Berkeley Breathed’s first book on to Southern Dave. (Yes, you should be writing in November!)