Author Archives: Tim Ireland

About Tim Ireland

Tim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.

So what’s new?

Some fresh questions for Iain Dale, a design/mission update to Guido 2.0 and the fresh search results displayed below. Warning – This is not as easy as it looks. Note – Both parties were given many, many weeks to deliver … Continue reading

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“Good buyer, prompt payment, kept to himself…”

I’m sure you simply can’t get by without knowing that Cho Seung-Hui not only bought some Walther P22 magazines via this eBay profile (blazers5505), but also a collection of rubber duckies. So far there is no word of the buying … Continue reading

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Freedom of speech

Yes, this is a cause for concern… but so is this. Hint: Try not to be thrown off by the common subject matter.

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More cheap tricks from the locals

More fun with the local Tories, who have hijacked another campaign in their desperate scramble for votes. Perhaps I should be a teeny bit grateful that they’re at least wary enough to avoid this tired old routine. (For those who … Continue reading

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Is Navigor a BNP front?

Poons would like you to help him find out.

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Stuff to chew on

Old people don’t like it up ‘em vs. young people don’t have it in ‘em.

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This. Lots.

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Heartily seconded

Chicken Yoghurt – Strangely Browne Still busy. With you shortly.

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[Too] busy doing something about it to blog about it…

… so here’s Dave with a thought or two. See you soon, folks.

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Lives are at stake… let’s grab a few votes!

I’ve seen some shocking effrontery from the local Tories in the past… but this little stunt takes the cake, chews it up and spits it back out in your face.

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