A really good idea. Who wouldn’t want to be a part of something like this?
Originally posted on Sometimes, it's just a cigar:
I miss the Labour movement of my youth.
It was a Labour movement that debated ideas, that could inspire and lead, not follow.
Part of that Labour movement was an active press, and a world of ideas in which a plurality of voices competed for attention and space.
I find those voices now in the blogosphere, not in the clickbait obsessed world of the mainstream media. If we had more time, here at Cigar towers, we would curate more of those voices, but we have lives that require us to be more than just bloggers.
One of the voices I suspect both Jem and myself would amplify more regularly, if we could, is Stavvers. Not because I agree with everything she says, (although this resonates hugely with me) but because of the passion, commitment and intelligence with which she says it.
Stavvers is, simply, a very good writer and a…
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Have you ever wanted to look like a Manly Man? Performed I am the Law poses in your mirror? Just wanted to look even half as hard as Karl Urban? Well follow these simple steps and you will soon be intimidating friend and foe alike!
The first step is simple – grow a beard. Those unable to are advised to borrow other peoples’s beards, small furry animals or else fashion a papermache beard out of nearby materials.
Next, you need to remove the part of the facial hair that is fascist. And not the good, Justice Department sanctioned fascism either!
Then, confident you have removed unwanted elements from your face and reduced your chances of possession by a Dark Judge by 40%, remove the rest of your weak facial hair with clippers to leave the core elements of being a man; stubble.
Last of all, and this is the most important step, think of the law in all its glory and dedicate several years of your life to justice at the Academy of Law. Then observe.
You too can follow these tips and become the man people look up to. A protector of the citizens! Headbutter of perps! Upholder of the Law!