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  • Ande Rychter on Fungal Forays: Poisonous mushrooms feature in your own John Lanchester's "The Debt to Pleasure", though I forget now which ones.
  • quasimodo5000 on Who’s afraid of ‘Klinghoffer’?: Oh, I've been stupid, it just occurred to me -- Klinghofer is the HERO of the opera, so it can't be anti-Semitic, much less an insult. Now my question...
  • quasimodo5000 on Who’s afraid of ‘Klinghoffer’?: Hey, I'm just a reader who'd like to see in the LRB something more than elaborate anti-Zionist cliches. The constitution of Palestinian peoplehood, no...
  • Niall Anderson on Who’s afraid of ‘Klinghoffer’?: I dislike The Death of Klinghoffer for all sorts of reasons, but I am damned if I can see where the "insult" is in it. Nor do I see how it "fosters" a...
  • quasimodo5000 on Who’s afraid of ‘Klinghoffer’?: Adam Schatz is an outstanding propagandist for Arab anti-Zionism, but he is a propagandist all the same. Many examples could be drawn from this review...
  • streetsj on Among the Developers: Ok, let's ignore the comment about the LRB readership - it's my impression from reading the articles and the blog but I accept there might be a large,...
  • Hugh McLoughlin on In George Square: Alex Salmond says he will “hold unionists’ feet to the fire” over what Peter Geoghegan describes as the “infamous vow” for more devolution a...
  • Amateur Emigrant on In George Square: Delusional, but nice. Actually, I'm not so sure about the nice.
  • lesterhardy on Among the Developers: Sounds like the enclosure of the commons all over again to me - state collusion with powerful, private interests to the detriment of common folk.
  • Harry Stopes on In George Square: You seem like a nice guy.

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