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Kingston-upon-Hull is one of those cities that likes to celebrate its dialect. When I first visited, arriving in a small, … More
The ‘reasonable’ is a territory usually delineated not so much by the exercise of reason, as by particular interested accounts … More
What is a person, and how are they manifest in their biography? Jane Austen had an answer to this question, … More
Most people will remember a cheeky kid at school, one who can’t be reasoned with, but just continually mouths off in the most disgusting fashion, while giggling uncontrollably. Everyone wants to thump him, because he’s so annoying, but no-one ever does, because he’s actually really funny, although most people would never admit to being amused. That’s Grem!i da Muke. He raps, with a sometimes brutally funky flow, and has absolutely no idea of, or interest in, when his lyrics cross the line between dangerously funny and decidedly off colour.