Beef update

While bored-ass rap bloggers and habitual “first” posters with absolutely nothing better to do/contribute to to society (delete as applicable) work themselves up into apoplexy by this frankly feeble piece of concern trolling from Potholes In My Blog, ILB keeps it more local like Londis.

So therefore, it’s our privilege to be  the first online receptacle to cover the shots fired by 1970s aficionado and one-man resistance against Judeo-American imperialism, Robin Carmody, on ILB associate and Sight and Sound powerplayer Henry K Miller. In a post entitled “Message to HKM“, our man says:

Why should you be surprised about Mick Jagger doing a right-wing song in 1987? He did more to promote neoliberalism in Britain, and break down the post-war settlement, than even Keith Joseph.

Seemingly innocent words, but our man Carmody is usually loathe to name names directly apart from when he’s zinging either BBC scheduling directors of the 1940s or Jews, so we can only assume this is the first salvo in a long and bloody war. Rest assured when we have comment from either man, ILB will be the first to report. You can now return to The Smoking Section going “blogging: is it a good thing or a bad thing? I think it’s a good thing, apart from when it’s a bad thing IN WHICH CASE IT SHOULD BE BANNED”

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  1. Benski
    June 22, 2010 at 8:10 pm

    Lovely use of King Both. Kudos.

  2. June 23, 2010 at 2:12 am

    Huh?

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    June 24, 2010 at 12:01 pm

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