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31 January 2010

The Third Quarter of the Times

More reads...

If I am ever laid up in bed for a while, I would spend the time reading all 1,032 pages of a book detailing the history of MI5.  In fact, I might fake illness sooner rather than later.

This Matt Bai, he may have a future in writing politics.  This week, it's Obama and the benefits of losing (the majority, that is).

I find Deb Solomon to be incredibly irritating.  I find her interviews to be uniformly biased, misguided and barely readable.  However, this week, the squirrel finds a nut with Joe Stiglitz.

Still remaining: the front page and the feature article in the Magazine section.

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