It may not have been an appropriate day to celebrate the founding of this nation, but it was an appropriate day for barbecue. And, therefore, leftovers.
- Just in time for the original design to be made into an NFT, the man who (more than any other single man, anyway) won WW2 for Britain gets his protrait on the £50 note. Made out of plastic.
One wonders what USN Fleet Indoctrination Command would make of it. Turing wasn't a "socialist" so much as one of those people. At least he wasn't Churchill, though — the snarling proof that "conservative" all too often means "holding on to what your ancestors stole at gunpoint."
- Perhaps now England will congratulate itself that it'll be on the right side of history. Moreso than on the right side of album covers, anyway. Anyone want a vintage vinyl copy of Smell the Glove?
- Or, I suppose, we could just misuse critical theory. Or another variety of critical theory. All the while, we'll ignore problematic hero-worship of problematic heros, fallout, reactions, and a variety of ways to avoid actually reading the underlying books and noticing their flaws.
- Or their neighborhoods.