Monthly Archives: March 2002

Herbie Hancock

It’s probably fair to say that there’s been virtually nothing really new and different in popular music over the past few years. It’s been nearly ten years since a band has come along which has changed the world’s musical vocabulary … Continue reading

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Felix at the Oscars

I called ’em. Unlike certain Belgians who never really outgrew their D&D phase, I knew that even the Academy at its worst wouldn’t give the Best Picture award to a piece of dreck like Lord of the Rings. I got … Continue reading

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Journalists and statistics

In recent days there has been much play over the fact that CNN, the Associated Press, NBC and other news organisations swallowed a statistically worthless report which said that underage drinkers drank 25% of all the alcohol consumed in the … Continue reading

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