Foul-mouthed but good

Has anybody else noticed how foul-mouthed the British blogosphere is becoming? It weren’t like that in my day. Maybe everybody’s trying to make up for the departure of John B.

Anyway, here’s a post from that prime pottymouth, Nosemonkey, who writes about party membership, and particularly Labour Party membership.

I don’t understand party membership either. Even if there was a party out there that I could even agree with more than half the time (unlikely), I don’t like the idea of paying to be told what to think, which is effectively what party membership is. It must be, because they’re all zealots. As Nosemonkey says, how else do you explain Labour membership?

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