Thursday, August 04, 2005

Guilty Pleasures

I must admit to secretly reading the Daily Telegraph online. I tell myself that it doesn't really count if I don't actually pay for it.

Armando Iannucci was on his usual inconsistent (but sometime very funny) form today

"I've always feared our arrival at that point in human history where Nasa runs out of things to do. I think it may have happened this week. We've just sent a shuttle into space whose main mission seems to have been to repair itself before coming back down. This surely signals the beginning of the end of mankind's quest for knowledge."

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