Linkblogging for 11/4/15

Now that things are more or less back to normal round here, and I don’t have about 500000 Redditors all saying “I think you’ll find…” at me (and incidentally, this blog was *also* found this week by the people at the small penis Reddit; the fact that those people were infinitely more secure in themselves says a lot about what really does and doesn’t cause insecurity) I can start posting again. There’ll be proper posts tomorrow and for the few days after, but for now you can have links.

Abigail Nussbaum on power, race, the Hugos, and Benjanun Sriduangkaew

Graph theory for kids

Autistic and queer: coming out on the spectrum

It’s Easter, and that means that it’s time for Cavalorn to knock yet more Eostre myths on their heads.

Andrew Rilstone on sequels, fairy tales, and Star Wars

Feminist Aspie gives an Autism Acceptance 101

James Graham on his ambivalence about the Lib Dems — I am a lot more positive about the party than James is, but I think for someone disillusioned by the party he’s very fair.

Alex Wilcock rewrites The Red Flag in light of Labour’s anti-immigrant mugs

Millennium on why Miliband shouldn’t be allowed to claim credit for Syria

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2 Responses to Linkblogging for 11/4/15

  1. Mary Lea says:

    Oh for f*ck’s sake. Sorry, I can’t think of a more intelligent response to the anti immigrant mug than ‘what the hell are they thinking???’ Wow, this is so disappointing. I mean, how I can be shocked by anything politicians do after the Iraq war, I don’t know, but still…

    Labour? Really?

    (Sorry, I ranted all over your post. Gah.)

    • Andrew Hickey says:

      No problem :)
      Yeah, Labour are ridiculously anti-immigrant (and anti-poor-person) now. The Lib Dems are nowhere near as good as we could be, but Labour are just *evil* on the issue.

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