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Ministry of Propaganda - 16/Dec/2004: "Even More Christmas"

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Even More Christmas

Sorry I've been a bit quiet here the last few days, first I couldn't find anything to blog about, then I was too tired to blog and finally I wasn't even at home to blog. But in keeping with the Christmas theme of the last few posts here are two more Christmas related links:

The Sunday Herald writes about politically correct Christmas. At least that's what the report begins with. Only to realise that it's more likely a litigious Christmas. Sad whichever way you look at it.

If you are still looking for a Christmas gift and the person the gift is for doesn't mind a rather strange mix of styles, then you could try the Old Firm Players Top 20 (well, 40 if you buy both). Some great choices (and some dodgy ones) on the Celtic Players Top 20, The Undertones, The Stone Roses and Franz Ferdinand for example. And no, I won't link to the Rangers version. You'll have to find that one yourself. And there are some seriously dodgy selections on that one, Justin Timberlake to name one...

I think that's enough Christmas now. And in case I don't blog much the next few days, here's the reason: It's still a bit of a mess (missing pictures, placeholders and the like), but I've started with the Scotland Winter 2004 travelogue. The only complete page is a QuickTime VR panorama of the view east from Beinn an Lochain. Bookmark it and come back to it later. Or wait for the next shameless plug here.

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