Thursday, May 20, 2010

Silence will fall

There are cracks in the universe. They are small, but big enough to push the largest legal coins through. There will be information on the other side, but we won't be able to read it.

Silence will fall. Not just over there but here too. Whatever else happens, the fun will go. So it ends, with "I'm not paying two quid for that!"

We'll have a good butcher's soon. It may be our last.


Blogger hardindr said...

Eh, just get the Times from your local library the next day. Or, use Lexis-Nexis, if you somone you know has access at their university/library/company they work at.

I don't begrudge Murdoch putting stuff behind a paywall. You have to pay your journalists/overhead somehow, and advertizing just isn't cutting it.

5/20/2010 05:01:00 PM  
Blogger cian said...

Except the Times isn't worth paying for. Its kind of like the LibDems of newspapers, only less substantial. And their online presence is pretty negligible compared to either the Guardian, or the Telegraph.

5/20/2010 07:32:00 PM  
Blogger Chardonnay Chap said...

There will be silence in the library too. Or maybe there has been, the Decent Tardis really needs an overhaul.

5/20/2010 08:12:00 PM  

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