With Afghanistan firmly back in Taliban hands, there have been remarkably few Vietnam comparisons, perhaps a sign that the collective cultural memory o…
Boxing is the very rare sport where TV coverage hides as much as it reveals. Because fans tune in for the violence, the camera angles often only displa…
Episode One proved to be far more prescient than even we thought. In the opening paragraphs, we mentioned the psychological whiplash an Anglo-American …
On the once-fair planet of Cramordin, in the shadow of the Red Sun, tragedy has struck. The appalling race of Torexians has invaded, colonizing the pla…
Traditionally, it was very easy to spot men and women who had grown up in multiple cultures. They were mixed-race, or possessed multiple passports. Or …
In an oddly low-key way, I think this is one of the defining images of our era: It depicts the South African rugby squad that won the last World Cup, i…
Of all the grimly fascinating things about the Church of England, my favourite is the co-existence of two Very Online Anglican-adjacent communities: on…
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If you are not a habitual churchgoer, but nonetheless have ever attended more than one of a Roman Catholic Mass, a modern Anglican eucharist, or indeed…
On the exercise of patronage and its consequences
And if not, don't you think you should be?
Ever since Normielisation’s groundbreaking work on cheems mindset, I’ve been mulling it over: even more so since Pirate Wires wrote this great piece on…