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Why a lack of loyalty will sink sport

Should on-field loyalty for a club be greater than that shown by its supporters?

That is, should players be more loyal to the team colours because, put simply, they are the heart and public face of the club? 847 more words


A polished prison and 50-word sagas: blogging from the BlackBerry

“Transformation”, my first attempt at a mini saga, has been published today on 50 Items or Less.

A mini saga is a story that has exactly 50 words. 191 more words


The Dissemination (of Thought) Files: An aversion to chocolate cake and the half-chewed steak

For the first instalment of The Dissemination (of Thought) Files, we hit the Mediterranean coast to get down and dirty with Cakes McCain on all things Italian, including Fiats, foreplay and Mamma’s tomato sauce. 1,538 more words


The Dissemination (of Thought) Files: A date for 8 with the Cake

We’re going to try something new on The Dissemination of Thought: interviews. In an attempt to keep things fresh and, as someone so eloquently put it, stop me “whinging about everything”, the post published each Thursday will be, at least for the foreseeable future, an interview with another blogger or random inanimate object of my choosing. 1,459 more words


The quest for Pressed and ABCs with "B" for breasts

I’ll admit it. Things got a little bit crazy. Things got forgotten/thrown in a giant pile of shit to do. As it turns out, one of my favourite bloggers was in the pile of stuff I had to do. 765 more words


10 facts, some fun and a Tommy gun

Nataly at Snippets and Glimpses has nominated The Dissemination of Thought for the Kreativ Blogger Award, which means that another poor soul has succumbed to my apparent charm and frequently imbecilic, incoherent rantings. 417 more words


Barbara Walters Eat Your Heart Out. I've Admitted to Regrets, Dares and Bad Clothing Choices

Lyndon, the crafty author of my new favorite blog, The Dissemination of Thought came to me with an idea for a guest post of sorts.  He had the idea to ask each other a few questions and we agreed no subject was off-limits. 606 more words