When other people write things better than you do should you not write about them? Should you give up altogether or should you plough on, regardless? And if this is your only dilemma very late on a Saturday night then should you worry about it at all and shouldn’t you really go to bed?
This is the position I find myself in after having returned from seeing Brokeback Mountain. Tom wrote about it very well yesterday and, let’s face it, approximately half the known world has an opinion on it (that’s a scientific fact, honestly it is).
Suffice to say that it’s a marvelous film and you should go and see it at once.
On this day…
- 2006: Gotta Go Back In Time — I’ve said before how much I love the ‘on this day’ links on my site. They remind me of things [...]
- 2005: 2004 In 100 Pictures — I don’t think it’s such a bad idea to mark the passing of time. I am, ultimately, sentimental. So, although [...]
- 2004: Hello Dermot and Mark Fans — There is another silly reality TV show on Channel 4 at the moment – Shattered. I am not following it [...]
- 2004: Oops, She Did It — So, Britney got married, her people denied she’s had a little too much to drink (sorry, she wasn’t ‘inebriated’) and [...]
- 2003: Jeremy Vine — At the end of last year, I wrote a few words about the departure of Jimmy Young from BBC Radio [...]
- 2003: Poison Find — Top story, as journalists are heard to say, is the discovery of the poison ricin in a flat in London. [...]
- 2003: A Blog? — There are several interesting descriptions of weblogs around, but by far the most accessible and best introduction to the concept [...]