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Peter Hitchens: The House I Grew up in

“I know perfectly well that it’s actually quite wrong to try to live in the past or to seek it.

I think a lot of the reason why people do sometimes do it and some little moment of reminiscence will bring on a voyage into the past is because they would like to open a door and find that their parents were alive again. 621 more words

Christopher Hitchens

Defining Addiction

Another drug-related death in the media, another chance for Peter Hitchens to tout his well-worn belief that addiction is not a thing.

Essentially his argument boils down to this: 1,323 more words

Please like me! No, adore me!

Over the last couple of weeks I think I have found the keystone that holds my depression together. It is part of the reason why my blog posts trickled away. 449 more words

Depression

Peter Hitchens witnessing the collapse of Western Civilization

Peter Hitchens: “what is technicolor about a world where children are fatherless? Where parents abandon and neglect their children? Where people selfishly destroy their bodies?”

Politics/Current Events

(un)black: The Charlie Hebdo of metal

Of all the genres poorly imitated by contemporary Christian music, I expected — nay, wanted — to roll my eyes at Christian, (un)black metal.

But not only can I not do so, in fact I really dig it.   98 more words

Music

Cartoon Comment on Maggie and the Falklands

Tom Pride blogged earlier about a story in the Express reporting that the Argentinians were rebuilding their forces once more to attack the Falklands. He saw it as a desperate attempt by the right-wing press to try and use whatever is remaining of ‘the Falklands factor’ to ensure the Tories win the next election. 127 more words