Daily Archives: September 16, 2005

America’s Tsunami?

I’m sure someone will write in to complain about this, but here goes… I was slightly uneasy when I first heard, on BBC News, comparisons being drawn between hurricane Katrina in America, and the Asian Tsunami disaster of Boxing Day (26th September for non-UK people) 2004. I was at first just unsettled at the concept […]

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A new class system in Cambridge

Firstly I’d like to apologise for not saying anything for a while. My dial-up connection has shredded any hopes I may have had to keep up-to-date. To break the silence, I thought I’d open with an observation on life in Cambridge: The residents hate the students.They in turn hate the tourists.Everybody hates the beggars.

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