Here’s a selection of posts that either attracted a lot of interest, or I still quite like myself. It’s funny how when writing posts I always feel like it’s the best thing I’ve ever written, then a few months later I can’t bear to read it.
Not actually a blog post, but a nifty way of giving people a way to express their frustration with my lack of attention to detail when it comes to grammar and spelling. People really seem to like this. Morus from Political Betting said, “This page, on its own merits, is better than 85% of British blogs.”
I decide to shoot my political career through the back of the neck, but not before putting a bag over its head and making it read a prepared speech to a camera.
A rather sweary, angry post demanding the BNP be allowed on television in order to humiliate themselves.
These Top 10 lists are always popular. This one is the ultimate guide to Machiavellian Blogging (and a scathing attack on the very worst of the blogosphere)
I use the word fascist over 15 times, evoking nostalgic memories of student politics. The point is simple: Why do anti-fascists believe the solution to fascism is to use a bit of fascism themselves?
The only post I’ve ever written that the Guardian liked enough to link, which is odd because it takes almost the exact opposite point of view to their own columnists. Against collectivist feminism, pro individualism, yo.