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Friday, September 10, 2010 

A different variety of book burning.

Today, for my sins, I bought copies of both Voodoo Histories and A Journey.

Which, dear friends, will I burn first? Place your bets.

(I was going to lighten your Friday evening with how Binyam Mohamed has been stopped from suing a firm involved in rendition flights due to how revealing such information might threaten US national security, but BenSix has beaten me rather wonderfully to it. Ho hum.)

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Well, I'd be fascinated to know what you think of Voodoo Histories. Less so about A Journey. I think we're all on the same page with that.


Cheers! (Would be interested in your observations, though. And on Voodoo Histories, of the occasionally vacant history.)

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