Guardian (but mostly Adrian Chiles)

“Whatever happened to car sickness?” I say. “Is that still a thing?”

The boards of Swansea harbor creak under my feet. I tightly grip the tissue paper and sea-legs in my suit pockets, then release them. The only answer is the wind.

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:joy:

this might be post of the year

I really like this article from probably my favourite Guardian journalist after Chiles

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Fuckin’ Guardian, man

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Fair play Guardian good jounalising

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David Conn’s an excellent journalist

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that visualiser is really cool/effective

:crown:

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In which Adrian writes his name a bit and then goes home.

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I don’t believe that a sharpie can only write about 2000 words before running out

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What is the opposite of crème de la crème, I wonder? The crap de la crap?

Absolutely sublime.

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Good money-saving tip here

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Oh yeah let’s just get an aga, it can’t cost more than 1, maybe 2…

sets of ten grand.

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Pays for itself in ‘slightly lower energy costs than expected’ within a decade or two…

My mother-in-law has a Stanley and it’s the fucking shittest thing ever. There’s only one lad in Cork who can repair it and once he’s retired she’s fucked. Really intelligent decision installing one in 2001.

This Post Paid For By PROF$.

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Cheaper than you might expect, assuming you expect it to be eye wateringly expensive

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The headline on this article is the absolute pits

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The man is at the peak of his powers and we are very fortunate to be living through it.

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They really don’t understand quiet quitting