The past ever with us?

Malcolm tries to avoid any pre-occupation with stat-porn [© Guido Fawkes], which — with his readership — is just as well. However, this day he did take an interest, and found an antique effort had suddenly received notice.

Indeed, this one is so old it was originally posted to the blogspot site. It dates from 24th July, 2007 — which is positively antediluvian in Clarus the Dogcow years.

Yet there is a lurking frustration here: who, and for what reason, needs Malcolm’s milldewed views on the Orange Arch of Magherafelt — however exquisitely he presented them?

Answers, not on a postcard, please to mredfellow at gmail.


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  1. Pingback: The trouble with Philip Rhayader | Malcolm Redfellow’s Home Service

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