Sunday, August 26, 2007

Philosophy With Laban

Laban raises an interesting question: how often does stuff have to happen before it ceases to be an isolated incident ?

Meanwhile, over at B-BBC, Laban reports on the BBC's struggle with the important distinction between reality and fantasy. It strikes me that John Sweeney may not be the best person to be accusing people of having a Hitler complex. Just wait until the BBC finds out about the 'Sealed Knot' and their sinister plan to make this country an absolutist monarchy.

Meanwhile, I guess it's up to the Blogosphere to investigate any connections between the organisation which secretly films people while they're drinking heavily and then quotes them out of context, and the other BBC, the one that thinks it's a gross invasion of privacy to ask that a publicly-funded organisation conduct its own affairs transparently.

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