Quote of the week

[Nostalgia] is rarely the past as actually experienced, of course; it is the past as imagined, as idealized through memory and desire. In this sense … nostalgia is less about the past than about the present. It operates through what Mikhail Bakhtin called an ‘historical inversion’: the ideal that is not being lived now is projected into the past.

David Medalie
16 November 2012

Parody of the JSC

This is a very funny parody of the non-appointment of Jeremy Gauntlett by the Judicial Service Commission, making use of the now familiar scene from “Downfall” in which Hitler is told it is all over. Just because it is Friday.

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