Wednesday, March 30, 2005


Interesting revelation from BBC radio: Apparently everyone in Britain (except us) has school-age children, and nobody knows how to pack a lunch.

They didn't spell this out, mind you. But if it weren't true, why on earth would the school dinners story have led this morning's news bulletins, ahead of the Indonesian earthquake, the House of Commons' findings on Darfur and the first human-rights conviction in Chechnya?


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