Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Inept Wrapping


Hay had to ask her dad whether he was drunk and wearing a blindfold when he wrapped his Christmas presents.


Alan Turing has been given a posthumous pardon. Why?

It's rather stupid and pointless to judge the values of yesteryear by the values of today. Should the authorities go back and pardon every historical crime that is no longer a crime today? Would that open up a can of worms for compensation claims from living relatives? Was this done purely because he was Alan Turing? What about all the other people who were convicted of exactly the same 'crime' as Turing?

Gesture politics?


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