There was a boingboing link to one of David Mitchell's Guardian articles today and I enjoyed it so much that I went back and read a few of them. A memorable line from each...
The boingboing link in question about the burqua ban..."As long as people aren't wearing crotchless jeans outside primary schools or delly boppers with attached sarklers on pertrol station forecourts, we've all got a right to wear exactly what the hell we like and I can barely believe that we're having this debate."
This one about Rupert Murdoch, blogging, media and all sorts of other things. I don't have a moneyshot for this one.
I'm not actually sure what his point is here...but I'm sold by anything with a line like "In the middle ages, having a candle, a bowl of gruel and a roof migh have felt like party night."
It's all pretty great stuff.