Monthly Archives: October 2010
I heard Hathaway recite this the other night on Inspector Lewis. Sounded familiar. A piece that really speaks to you, deep calling to deep (to channel Wooster). And for me, memories of Pakistan and North Carolina. Into my heart an … Continue reading
I remember a Customs Inspector once mentioned that a remarkable number of arriving visitors turned in customs declarations that estimated the value of goods acquired as coming in just below the taxable limit. A much older instance of the same … Continue reading
Via Cory Doctorow of Boing Boing: “My problem is that all things are increasingly interesting to me” – William Gibson, at last night’s Intelligence Squared event in London. Maybe the (post-teenage) realization that no-one is immortal is finally sinking in?
The behavior of the Lahore Bar Association is outweighed in it’s appallingness only by the craven encouragement of this by Iftikhar Chaudry and the SCP.
With a population of about 1 million, Jalandhar has become a popular headquarters for many of Punjab’s estimated 10,000 immigration consultancies.” This excerpt is the most interesting one. ““This guy has a perfect record,” says David Manicom, head of the … Continue reading