Guardian


#1024

You appear to be making the mistake of thinking that they’re actually criticising economics and its
interaction with politics in any serious, rigorous fashion


#1025

Wrong pic. That’s Billy Corgan aged 20.


#1026

aye everyone knows things were really in black and white in those days. it’s misleading to make it into colour so that it looks like now times.


#1027

So it seems to retire early you just need to be able to save at least the average annual salary every working year? Why did no-one tell us until now


#1028


#1029

There’s definitely a genre of this sort of sincere brow furrowing over the most stupid vacuous shit

InqtEDF


#1030

Say what you want about the Gruniad but you cannot deny they’ve got their fingers bang on the cultural pulse.


#1031


#1032

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#1033

I don’t have BDE. I own the Hamilton soundtrack and anybody who owns that can’t have it.

where is the lie tho MB?


#1034

I’ve got a big penis


#1035

I very much recommend that you don’t read this and just assume that it’s as bad as you think.


#1036

There should be a word for the anguished wince when you realise a guardian journalist’s going to try to be funny


#1037

Syri, sum up the Guardian’s opinion section in two sentences please.


#1038

hahahahaha :joy:


#1039

this is pretty classist and a rubbish way of highlighting and exploring the issues of poverty.


#1040

#1041

I didn’t heed the warning

I regret that


#1042

#1043

Don’t think it’s too bad? These are case study photos a charity is using to do some public affairs/policy influencing around child poverty.

Worked back in the day with Nick Hedges and Shelter.