All's back to normal. Blogging in the style of another blogger is fun for a day, but do it for an extended period could drive you nuts. I think I managed to synchronise with the target quite well. If readers found this fun (and readers were unanimous when I asked them whether I asked whether I should continue with my Tom Watson posts - I was the only one who voted against!), I might be persuaded to do it again at some point in the distant future.
Dizzy Thinks Then Posts
Dizzy has hit on a rich vein of form of late. I recommend all his recent posts, but especially his most recent on the Falklands War where the comment thread shows why the Left are unfit to run the country. They are? Damn.
Crime Statistics Scandal
Just as seriously, Tony Sharp has uncovered a crime statistics scandal. Not only have recorded detections been manipulated, but a great deal of scarce police resource has been misplaced in the process. Can't wait until the police bloggers get hold of that story - they'll be all over it like a rash. In my judgment there's a big chance that this one will hit the mainstream. And whilst we are on the theme of policing, the Tories are unveiling some excellent proposals.
Still nobody has succeeded in my guess the politician's quote puzzler which was set a few days ago. Who said this.
"I do think certain individuals are disposed to crime because of their genetic inheritance"
There are some clues on the other thread. As an additional clue, I will add that the politician wrote the text in his autobiography. Like my imaginary friend Hamer Shawcross I'm taking an Easter break. I'll be away from Thursday so I am looking for guest posters. I have a few lined up, but if you're interested, just let me know.