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Tag Archives: Snopes
I couldn’t help but smile the other day when I spotted a column-filler article in the Walsall Express and Star of Wednesday, 24th August 2011. On the editorial page, under an tawdry why-oh-why whine about Sally Bercow and Big Brother … Continue reading →
I was amused to note tonight that after my ribbing here a few days ago, Peter Rhodes, columnist in the Express & Star, was man enough to acknowledge his vectoring of the hanged outlaw myth. It takes balls to do … Continue reading →
Whilst I was grumbling about urban myths being propagated by Peter Rhodes the other day, that excellent local blogger Linda Mason has crafted a fine blog post about such dissemination elsewhere. Neighbourhood watch newsletters are notorious vectors of urban myths, … Continue reading →
I noted with some amusement on Friday last that whilst Peter Rhodes, columnist in the Express & Star, continued his tradition of shamelessly handcrafting a column out of crap jokes, recycled tidbits from the middlebrow tabloids and sub-Littlejohn shock sludge, … Continue reading →