cycloon wrote:Being of proud Devonian stock, I say gr'riddance, bleddy grocklez'.
I like how Exeter being an hour away was dire, but London being an hour from Haslemere is 'mere'.
The train to Exeter is a bit less regular, sure...
I don't really get the Mail's intention with such articles. If a Guardian luvvie wrote that they'd be hung for patronising, stereotypical cosmopolitan nonsense. Which is precisely what her article is.
It's "Women know your limits" stuff, they have two types of female columnist.
The flaky ones.
No self awareness, litany of failure, but access to a budget to get over it all until the next article.
Generally write about nothing but themselves.
The sensible ones.
All delivering Dacre's 5 minute hate with different levels of stridency and sophistication.
Write a bit about themselves, but mainly against luvvies, lefties, threats to family values (meaning the pooves) and in support of tabloid intrusion and British Conservatism.
An argument could be made for a certain symmetry with the Guardian's content providers.
The educated differ from the uneducated as much as the living from the dead. Aristotle