The Corner

The Hungry Sheep Look Up and Are Not Fed

Groveling, sniveling apologies to Radio Derb fans for failure to broadcast last week. I have been overwhelmed by work and travel issues and have had to practice triage.

I hope to make up with a special broadcast from Moscow this weekend, bursting with penetrating geostrategic insights obtained from taxi drivers, store assistants, and hotel maids and bartenders, in the finest tradition of journalism.

Russia will have a presidential election in 2012, too: perhaps I can catch one of the candidate debates …

(Be sure to follow the Bald–Hairy link at the bottom of that Wikipedia page. The theory was new to me.)

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