Robert Hampton

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March 2003

22nd March 2003

There’s something here now
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Oh, hello. Well, I’ve finally got round to it. It’s over 2 years since I last had any sort of serious online presence. Mind you, FABland wasn’t really about me anyway. Actually I’m not sure what it was about: not that the three people who read it cared that much.

I registered in a fit of insanity last year, but didn’t really have any idea what to do with it. Recently, though, things have started happening to me; things which have had me thinking, “I wish I could write that down.” So, like every other disaffected twentysomething with a ‘Net connection, I’ve started a blog.

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23rd March 2003

Entry number 2
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Just for the hell of it, some thoughts on Iraq.

Last Wednesday and Thursday, Liverpool city centre was brought to a standstill by antiwar protestors. As they staged a sit-in, one of my coworkers who was watching from our office window with me asked what they thought they’d achieve. After all, the war has already started; anti-war arguments have been ignored. Actually, I think there’s a lot to be achieved. At the very least, history will record that not everyone immediately rallied behind our leaders when the bombs started dropping.

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25th March 2003

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This is funny — one of those punchlines where you suddenly realise: “hey, that’s true!”

I hope my weblog isn’t too punch-worthy 🙂

27th March 2003

This happened today
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As I pushed a button in a lift today, a woman — whom I had never seen before and probably will never see again — remarked that I had bendy fingers.

Is there an emoticon for “bemused and caught off-guard”?

30th March 2003

Operation Piss Off the Planet
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The Onion has some seriously funny stuff on the War. If you haven’t read it yet, you should.