August 08, 2007

Alright, alright, enough already with the Hamburger Question, let’s get down the Really Important Things, i.e. mentions of me on the Internets. This is the Writer’s Vice of the cybernetic age: self-Googling, which is exactly what it sounds like. LOL. Anyway, whilst indulging this exercise in narcissism, I came upon this little biography of British neocon David Aaronovitch:

“David Aaronovitch is a former president of the NUS, a former BBC executive, a former writer on the Independent and now writes for the Guardian and the Observer. His popular stance on the war on Iraq has attracted comment from figures as ideologically diverse as John Pilger, Tariq Ali, George Galloway and Justin Raimondo….”

Whoa! Three commies, and a libertarian: no doubt that’s what comrade Aaronovitch and the Guardian consider ideological diversity, but, then again, in Merrie Olde England, where the telescreens record your every facial expression and the Tories are to the left of Bill Richardson, three-to-one odds ain’t bad …


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