Monthly Archives: October 2013

EXCLUSIVE: List of top pseudonymous tweeters with usernames taken from Czech novels revealed

The newspapers have today filled literally space with the controversial list of the top pseudonymous tweeters taking their user names from Czech novels. I am delighted to reveal, exclusively for my readers, the leading tweeters. 1. @bookoflaughterandforgetting – using the … Continue reading

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Is it wet and windy outside? THE OFFICIAL LIVE-BLOG

28th October 9.26 am A lone twig is blowing along the road.  It is pursued by a man with glasses. It may be his only friend. 9.12 am My hair was gently tousled by the wind, like an overfamiliar uncle … Continue reading

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Announcement of guest editor of Love and Garbage

I am delighted to confirm that the popular and controversial comedian Joe Pasquale will be guest editing Love and Garbage in two weeks. Mr Pasquale has agreed to a probing interview on television’s Hacker Time in order to promote this … Continue reading

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We no longer have the luxury of Russell Brand

When I was asked to write a post for Love and garbage I said yes because it was me asking me. I chose the subject of Russell Brand because love and garbage is a pointless blog and imagining the overthrow … Continue reading

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Lines written to express using the medium of words the panoply of emotions experienced by your blogger on learning that the autobiography of Morrissey had been published

yeah   whatever

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Andrew Mitchell: an apology #gategate

I am sorry for Andrew Mitchell.

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An open letter

Dear .

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Loveandgarbage’s open letter to Miley Cyrus

Dear Miley Who on earth are you? Yours loveandgarbage

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National Poetry Day 2013

It’s National Poetry Day. This year the theme is “water”. So, as is customary on this blog, let the day be marked with something by Norman MacCaig. Ringed Plover by a water’s edge They sprint eight feet and – stop. … Continue reading

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