Eleven years

Tuesday 11 September 2012, 12.57am HKT

“I can forgive but I cannot forget.”

It doesn’t matter if 9/11 was or wasn’t an inside job.
People died.
And for no good reason.



© The Naked Listener’s Weblog, 2012. Image via apina. (B12285)

Rash judgments

Monday 5 April 2010, 7.50pm HKT

Does this remind you of anything in your own life?

(via email, 05 April 2010)

Where it comes from

Sunday 28 March 2010, 10.25am HKT

We have a great need for certainty, only surpassed by our need to win no matter what. So we end up doing the no-matter-what by picking our own sword and shield:

“Frankly, I don’t know where all this comes from. If I say, schools in the South don’t do as well as those in the North, which is true. But if I say, schools in the South do less well than those in the North because schools in the South are less unionized than in the North, I don’t think that’s going to fly at all at the university.

“Look, there is a research literature. People pick whatever they want or need to support their position. The research literature is big […] but the literature in this area is mixed. But in the two world top-level journals, [the result is] negative.”

(Debate about teacher unionisation in schools, 27 March 2010)

English Legal History

Making English Legal History easy and enjoyable to digest.

Diary of a Psychokiller

take a trip with me to the darkside

Lipsync Lawyer

Stop bitching and know your law differently

Daring Fireball

Hearing ordinary lives talk

An English Man In SF

a diary of life as an immigrant

MB Forde

Ghosts, Legends, Folklore and Writing

Motorcycling in Hong Kong

On two wheels in Asia's World City


Making her way back to Neverland one day at a time...

The Naked Listener's Weblog

Hearing ordinary lives talk

Basti in China


Making Maps: DIY Cartography

Resources and Ideas for Making Maps

Pointless Diagrams

A new, meaningless diagram drawn daily, just 'cause.

The London Column

Reports from the life of a city, from 1951 to now, compiled by David Secombe

Vintagerock's Weblog.

Just another WordPress.com weblog

Shirley Chuk

Chuk Yin-yuk 祝燕玉 of Hong Kong

%d bloggers like this: