Author Archives: Tim Ireland

About Tim Ireland

Tim is the sole author of Bloggerheads.

Where rain go?

Rain come back! Rain come back! Save Bob!

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Rain save Bob!

Rain come! Rain come!

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Do not want!

No! No! No! Save Bob! Help Bob!

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Guy Fawkes Night 2008

So who’s going on the bonfire this year? You are. That’s right; you, ya bastard. You are going in the fire, and you are going to burn, and you are going to like it. More below the fold. < --------- … Continue reading

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A short list of rejects

For those who came in late: 2005: Tony Blair2007: Rebekah Wade OK, the time has finally come for me to (almost) reveal what the plan is for Guy Fawkes Night this year, starting with a list of who is not … Continue reading

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Hazel Blears: passing interest and passing judgement

How does that speech made by Hazel Blears warrant careful analysis? It only barely qualifies for a link. The name-dropping is an obvious plea for attention, which ironically rewards two attention-seekers with the star billing they crave from others (when … Continue reading

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New category

That is all.

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Live-blogging the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election

I’m over at Liberal Conspiracy tonight, but I may also stray into b3ta/board. It depends on how rough, jolly, or jolly rough it gets. Some updates or titbits may appear in this post.

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A little pre-show not-quite-live-blogging action for you

It’s 4pm in London, 11am in New York and 7am in Alaska. 1. You’ll need perspective from Atrios before you step into this pool or any pool like it, as there’ll be rogue agents, power-playing wannabes and many, many excitable … Continue reading

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Isn’t anybody going to help that poor woman?

Sarah Palin talks to Brad Bailey about race and equality (via) She is way, way wayyyyy out of her depth. Please let today be the end of it. For a while, at least.

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