Alexander Baron And The ITMA Label:
A Selected, Annotated, Chronological Bibliography
(2011)


January 1, 2011: A PDF scan of New Target 43 and an Election Special supplement were published on Archive.Org.


January 2-3, 2011: The following were published, overnight, on SongFacts:

Fuck You by Anna David

Jump by Derek And Clive

First And Second Law Of Thermodynamics by Flanders & Swann

Chloroform The One You Love by Flickerstick

She Was Bitten On The Udder By An Adder by Homer & Jethro

My Days Have Been So Wondrous Free credited to Francis Hopkinson

The Man Who Built America by Horslips

Chloroform Girl by Polkadot Cadaver

Re My Days Have Been So Wondrous Free this is actually a poem set to music; and Hopkinson was not the first composer to do so.


January 4: I didn’t publish anything today, but I found some additional SongFacts that were probably published on that site on December 20 last year.


January 5: The following were published on Archive.Org in PDF:

An insert that was mailed out with Target issue 6
A single sided leaflet advertising Back copies of New Target.


January 5: The following were published on this site:

The SongFact for Silver Thunderbird by Marc Cohn.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for December 28, 2010-January 5, 2011 was added.


January 6: The following were published on this site:

Monk’s Office Quickie - this was written the same time as the rest of my Quickies.

Strange World - lyrics only; I wrote part of the music for this; it’s a down-tempo acoustic C&W/folk type track. It has a number of inspirations, of course, but I think the catalyst was a particular song performed by a particular artist at a particular time. I only wish I could remember what, when and who.

Three photographs of Yours Truly speaking were also added, to the Image Gallery. I think these were originally published by Troy Southgate. They are from the New Right meetings on May 28, 2005 and September 17, 2005.

And The Archer’s Tale; I wrote this in September 2004 for Kwickee; I don’t think I ever sent it to them.


January 8: Two Limericks For Avon & Somerset Police was published on Usenet, and later that day on this site.

For the benefit of future readers, on Christmas Day, 2010, police in the West Country found the body of a young woman - Joanna Yeates - who had been missing for some time. This was one of those cases that attract enormous attention. The first serious suspect was her 65 year old landlord Chris Jefferies (who seemed a most unlikely suspect to me). After he was released, it was revealed that one of the victim’s socks was missing, and there was some speculation that she had been strangled with it.


January 10: Another Lonely Saturday Night was published on this site, lyrics only.

I managed to write the music to the chorus, which was someone monotonal. This was intended as a commercial track, and nothing is to be inferred from it about Yours Truly.


January 10: The following were published on SongFacts:

Birds by Bic Runga
Winning Arrow by Bic Runga

Hennessy Avenged by Fred Bessel

Burial Of Wild Bill with Song Image (credited to Captain Jack Crawford)

With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm (with Song Image) credited to Stanley Holloway

Fall Of The Peacemakers (with Song Image) by Molly Hatchet

Travellin’ In The Dark by Mountain

Whose House Is It Anyway? by Gerry Rafferty

And The Bands Played On by Saxon
Dallas 1pm by Saxon
Denim And Leather by Saxon
Krakatoa by Saxon
Motorcycle Man by Saxon
Princess Of The Night by Saxon
Stallions Of The Highway by Saxon
Wheels Of Steel by Saxon

The Hennessy Murder (with Song Image) credited as Traditional

Cup Of Tea Song, by Judie Tzuke.

The Gerry Rafferty songfact above must be a record. I sent it in on the evening of January 8, and...

The existing songfact for My Days Have Been So Wondrous Free appears to have augmented on January 10, although I didn’t notice it until January 11.


January 11: The following were published on this site:

As You Really Are - another old one, written nigh on half a lifetime ago!

Police Interrogation Quickie - written the same time as the other Quickies.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 6-11, 2011 was added.


January 14: The New X Certificate Nursery Rhymes were published on this site together with some notes on the Site Corrections Page.


January 16: The following were published on FinancialReform:

A Modest Proposal To Instigate A Totally Fare-Free Transport System Throughout The United Kingdom

Our World Balances On A Sea Of Debt, by Darius Guppy (including an explanatory footnote).

The former article is dated January 15.


January 16-7, 2011: The following were published on SongFacts:

Candy’s Going Bad by Golden Earring

The Murder Of Daniel Faulkner by Hurtsmile

Song For Veronica by Kevin Price.


January 17: Despatch Rider Quickie was published on this site.


January 19: The following were published on SongFacts:

The Lair Of The White Worm by God Dethroned (with Song Image)
Typhoid Mary by God Dethroned (with Song Image)

The Count Of Pennsylvania by Michael Penn

The Pale Amaranthus - Traditional.


January 19: A Limerick Page was added to Taha’s website.

The following nine limericks were (re)published here:

Albert Squares
George Bush
Graham Taylor
Marquess Of Bath
The Bonk Manager
The Brighton Comedian
The Unreal Deal
Unnerving Irving
World Cup 1994

The above were published originally in Limericks On-Line

A few minor alterations - mostly to punctuation - have been made. To read/compare with the originals, click here.

A word was omitted from the original of The Bonk Manager; this may have been Taha’s fault, but ultimately the responsibility rests with the proof-reader, editor and publisher. I am all things to all men!


January 20: Three new limericks were published on this site:

Gerry Gable
Mark Taha
and The Whore From Ipswich.

The first two were written last night; the latter in the small hours of this morning. For the benefit of future readers, this latter is an allusion to the activities of the Suffolk Strangler!

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 12-20, 2011 was added (including the entry for November 5, 2010 regarding the LSE video).


January 21: The following were added to the Limerick Page:

A Nameless Computer Limerick
Can’t Want Though Rant Enough
Ode To NCE RIP
On Ed Gein
The Young Lady From ASH.

Re all of the above, click here for background.


January 21: Oscar Wilde: the straight truth about a “gay” icon, by Alexander Baron was published on MajorityRights.


January 22: Customs Quickie was published on this site.


January 23: A Miscellaneous Publications page was added to Taha’s website, but no new publications or scans.

On July 23, 2012, this was renamed “Miscellaneous Publications By And/Or About Mark Taha”


January 24: The following were published on SongFacts:

After The Ball by Charlene

The Stately Homes Of England by Noël Coward

Armchair Anarchist by Kingmaker

If I Had A Million Dollars by Charles Manson

H! Ho! Ho! (Who’d Be A Turkey At Christmas) by Elton John - apparently with no questionmark

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? by Cole Porter (credited here to Celeste Holm)

Turkey In The Straw, a traditional American song; although I mentioned the associated Song Image, I didn’t envisage it being used. There is no text to it as such.


January 24: I added a short video to YouTube, The Truth About Black Crime In America, with an essay.

I mentioned two men in this who at the time of broadcast/publication were unconvicted - accused serial killers - but in view of the weight of evidence against them...


January 25: On Archive.Org I added six documents to Fucked By Virgin, and some more blurb to the HomePage, ie Welcome To Fucked By Virgin.

In chronological order they were:

Letter from Ryan Pursey: May 11, 2007
Letter to Virgin Media, May 20, 2007
Letter from Ryan Pursey: May 29, 2007
Thanks for getting in touch, June 4, 2007 - thanks indeed
E-Mail to Richard Bourne, June 12, 2007
E-Mail to Richard Bourne, June 26, 2007.

There are two copies of the letter of May 20, 2007 above, in two different formats.


January 25: On this site I added the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 21-5, 2011.


January 26: The Truth About Black Crime In America was published on Archive.Org with the same essay as on YouTube.


January 27: Daddy Cool, by Boney M was published on SongFacts.


January 28: The Utter Futility Of The Billionaires Club was published on FinancialReform.


January 29: The following limericks were published on Taha’s site:

David Haye
Flashman
John Stape.

Taha’s original title for the first of the above was The Champ, and the third, Corrie. I convinced him to change these for clarity; the latter alludes to a character in the soap opera Coronation Street - simple things, simple minds.

The GMF referred to in Flashman is the author George MacDonald Fraser.


January 29: The following limericks were published on my site:

Oscar Reviled
Michael Stoned

A correction was made to the HomePage; the site update for December 8, 2008 was erroneously given as December 11, 2008. I confirmed this with my original notes.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 26-9, 2011 was also added.


January 30: Nothing was published on this site today, but I did add a note on Linewords to the Bibliography entry for January 16, 2010.


January 31: The following were published on Archive.Org:

PDF scans of Linewords V23-V25 and the solutions to V23-V29.

A Wordsearch or Wordsearch type puzzle (Seeing Stars) - two PDFs, the problem and the solution.

All the above are handwritten originals.


January 31: A compressed PDF of On The Hoof was published on this site.


Circa January 31, 2011: A letter published in RIPPERANA, NO. 75, JANUARY 2011, page 20.

This is

RIPPERANA
THE TRUE CRIME MAGAZINE

which takes its name from Jack the Ripper.

My (edited) letter was published under CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENTS, which could probably have done with a questionmark.

I have a feeling this magazine was not mailed out until mid-February, which was when Taha received his copy.

[The above entry was made February 26, 2011].


February 1: The following were published on this site:

The Man Most Likely To, lyrics only, circa 1990.

Three poems:

A Fact Of My Life - written circa 1984-5
Fives Alive - another piece of useful verse, written circa 1989-early 1990s
The Inevitable written between 1984 and circa 1995; this is hardly worth calling a poem, but...

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for January 30-February 1, 2011 was also added.


February 3: The following were published on SongFacts:

Ma Baker, (with Song Image) by Boney M (not linked properly)

Ode To A Black Man, by Phil Lynott

Claire’s Kitchen (with Song Image), by Soho, not linked properly

Soho (Needless To Say), by Al Stewart

Initially, both the Song Images above were not linked properly; they were corrected by the following day.


February 3: The following were published on this site:

A limerick called Mark Taha

I Don’t Wanna Be A Brufen Junkie - lyrics only

Re the above: the existing limerick called Mark Taha was renamed Mark Taha (1); the new one became Mark Taha (2)

I Don’t Wanna Be A Brufen Junkie was written in either 1984 or 1985; I wrote a bit of the music in 1985 or 1986, but it was never recorded. Any similarity with the Wishbone Ash track Doctor is strictly coincidental; the pain in the neck was, and remains, very, very real.


February 4: The poem Ego Song was published on this site.

This is written in Baronmetric Stanzas; I can’t remember when exactly, but sometime between 1984 and c1992, probably shortly after I committed my first murder.


February 5: Around The World was published on this site together with some explanatory blurb on the Site Corrections Page.


February 7: The following poems were published on this site:

Irony (with some explanatory blurb)
Prayer For The Despairing

I should have thrown this away long time ago, but it did win a prize. Incredibly. It was written at a low point in my life.


February 7: Wilde About Tyson was published on MajorityRights.


February 9: THE COMPUTERISED IDENTITY CARD: Harbinger Of The Coming Repression was published on this site.

This is the Second (Internet) Edition.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 2-9, 2011 was also added.


February 10: The following were published on this site:

Homage To The Quark God
Twelve Useful Definitions For Aspiring Poet Laureates
Two Planets And Their Moons

Hiccup Quickie

Re the above poems; I think I wrote the first of these sometime in the 1980s. Can’t remember what I was smoking at the time. The second was written sometime between 1984 and c1992; in spite of its title it is not one of my “useful verses”, but the third is!


February 11: Should we copy Eton? was published on Taha’s website.

This is actually a first. At 23.45 on February 10, Taha phoned me and said inter alia he had a letter in the latest Socialist Worker.

I grabbed a screen print of the on-line version, and published it shortly after midnight. This is the first time I’ve used a screen print rather than a scan for his site. And no, I haven’t got the date wrong, the paper is dated February 12. The hard copy, which I saw later in the day when Taha arrived for our usual Friday meeting, was dated thus: No 2238 12 February 2011.

The letter, which appears on page 7, does not include the word Metro.


February 11: The limerick Geert Wilders was published as a comment on MajorityRights, and then on this site.


February 12: Elidor (lyrics only) was published here with a Site Corrections note.


February 13: Aphorism was published on this site.

It begins “A good deed done with bad intent”.

This was plagiarised from a Christmas cracker, probably from sometime in the 70s, or even the 60s!

This became Aphorism (1); the others were renumbered from (1) to (2); and from (2) to (3); they are in alphabetical order.

Birthday Limerick was published on the Limerick Page. For Taha, obviously.


Circa February 14, 2011: On SongFacts, the existing SongFact for Stuck In The Middle With You by Stealers Wheel was augmented apparently sometime between January 10 and February 14, 2011, probably on either of these dates, or January 19, January 24, January 27 or February 3.


February 14: The following were published on SongFacts:

Lindbergh (The Eagle Of The U.S.A.) by Vernon Dalhart

Mary Skeffington by Gerry Rafferty

Better by The Screaming Jets
Helping Hand, by The Screaming Jets

Santa Lucia traditional

Trains And Boats And Planes credited to Dionne Warwick

Love Theme From The Godfather credited to Andy Williams.


February 14: The Cuts Explained In One Minute Forty-Nine Seconds was published on YouTube.

This is a text slideshow backed by Watermelon Sherbet and with an introductory/explanatory essay.


February 15: The following were published on this site:

The Wolf - under Poetry; this was written 1984.

And the following in the Music/Song Section (lyrics only):

Groovin’ Tuesday
Sunshine

Re the above two songs, the origin of the former can be dated to 1974, so it is one of my oldest surviving works. For what that is worth. Silly stuff, foolish romanticising. The latter, I believe I wrote around 1990. Mushy commercial stuff without the commercial.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 10-14, 2011 was also added.


February 16: The following were published on this site:

The song Chelsea Girl - lyrics only

And the following three poems:

Ode To Prometheus
The Hunting Of The Quark - written more years ago than I care to remember, this has a rather obvious inspiration.
The Skein, written sometime prior to 1995, if I recall correctly.

Re the above, I didn’t know Chelsea, but I knew her father, and especially her grandfather.

The first of the poems was dedicated to someone who was a very good friend to me at a time of need; he would not appreciate my identifying him. I can’t remember when I wrote it but prior to publication the WordStar file in which its was kept was last edited May 5, 1995.


February 16: I added a comment to the article Mumia: Still Guilty After All These Years on the Kiko’s House blog.


February 18: Taha’s letter in the Sunday Telegraph, November 21, 2010, was published on his site.

This is another screen print of an on-line version. I entered it originally as the Daily Telegraph.


February 18: Two limericks were published on this site:

Incredible But True
The Magic Egyptian

The first of these is about homo and self-confessed traitor Anthony Blunt; I suppose I should have called it Blunt Cunt but... The second as written in January 1985 - better late than never!


February 18: I added another - quite lengthy - comment to the Kiko’s House blog re Mumia Abu-Jamal (see also February 16, above).


February 20: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s website:

His letter in the Guardian, September 19, 1995, page 8
Daily Telegraph, December 31, 2009
Daily Telegraph, July 28, 2010
The Sun, December 27, 2010, page 61

(Included in this is a letter from Sandra Queen of Harlow, Essex. This was published under Evil monster should hang. Mark appears to have just missed out on the £50 letter).

Daily Telegraph, January 24, 2011, page 5
Daily Telegraph, February 14, 2011, page 4

Re NewsUK, when I consulted this on February 19, 2011, there were two apparently identical entries for the entry for January 24, 2011 - and apparently others. I will only be using one here, whichever I click on first!

The Sun, January 12, 2011, page 43 and January 13, 2011, page 45. The same letter published on consecutive days!

I also added some comment to his Independent letter of August 24, 1995

All the above are JPGs created from screen prints (including from the NewsUK subscription database).

The highlighting of Taha’s name in the NewsUK letters is due its being used as a search term.


February 20: The Spider And The Fly was published on Poetry.Com.

This is another one from the late 1980s/early 1990s; I made one or two minor edits before publishing it.


February 22: The Vulgarian was published on Poetry.Com.

I wrote this in 1984 or 1985, better late than never. I won’t say who it is about. Oh, and the original Sexie Sadie was a bloke.


February 22: The following were published on this site:

Vegetable Garden Quickie

The three songs below (lyrics only):

Crazy Things
Time We Said Goodbye
Woman, Don’t Waste My Time

The first of the above, the sentiment dates to the early 1980s, and the lyrics not much later. Likewise, the second dates to the early 1980s. I think I wrote the lyrics in 1983 or early 1984. So very sad. The third, well...

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 15-22, 2011 was also added.


February 22: The following were published on SongFacts (after today’s bibliography update):

When I See An Elephant Fly from Dumbo credited here to Cliff Edwards

Are You Receiving Me by Golden Earring
Big Tree, Blue Sea by Golden Earring

G.W.R. from the soundtrack of Great credited here to Jonathan Hodge
Get A Big Top Hat from the soundtrack of Great (with Song Image) credited here to Jonathan Hodge
Oh Wot A Big One! from the soundtrack of Great credited here to Jonathan Hodge; this was published initially as Oh What A Big One!

Sing A Rainbow from Pete Kelly’s Blues, (credited here to Arthur Hamilton)

Heavy Metal Thunder by Saxon

The Sailor’s Hornpipe traditional.


February 22: I received an E-Mail from Taha this afternoon telling me Ripperana had published my letter. See (entry above).


February 23: The following song lyrics were published on this site:

Brave New World
(You’ve Got A) Strange Mentality
Write The Music

Of Brave New World, I’ll say only that when I wrote this, I was a lot less pessimistic than I am today.


February 23: Fleeting Moments was published on Poetry.Com.


February, 24: The following were published on this site:

The limerick Goodbye Nonce with comment

The Illustrated Poem: Down With David Duke!


February 24: (All I Want Is) A Minute Of Your Life was published on Poetry.Com.


February 25: The following Quickies were published on this site:

Jump To It Quickie
Sherwood Forest Quickie
Short Sighted Doctor Quickie.


February 26: Hours was published on Poetry.Com.


February 26: The following were published on this site:

The Watchers

Four Reports Concerning Regina v Baron, Southwark Crown Court, (1997) under Other Contributors.

The above Sonnet was written for a competition c1990; I would have made one or two alterations to the punctuation, but this is exactly as it was submitted.

The relevant Baron Bibliography entries, Press Association reports for April 22, 1997, April 23 (twice) and May 1, were not made until today. The article ‘Stalker threatened to slit woman’s throat’ appears to have been published verbatim in the Evening Standard.

The actual scan was published on this site, December 17, last year.

Hopefully, I will never hear that dirty little whore’s name again.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 23-6, 2011 was also added.


February 27: Days was published on Poetry.Com.


February 27: The following poems were published on this site:

The Continents: A Mnemonic
The Seasons
Six Ways Or One Of Looking At A Car

The first two were from c1988 - my Useful Verse period! - they were published earlier in the day, the third in the evening - to be strictly chronoloogical! I believe I wrote this latter in 1986; it’s one of the few poems I’d really like to have performed, alas...


March 1: Seasons was published on on Poetry.Com.


March 1: The following were published on this site:

Mattoid Sonnet

“Deep Thoughts For Those Who Take Life Too Seriously” with some explanatory text on the Site Corrections Page.

Prior to publication, I last worked on Mattoid Sonnet on September 4, 1994. I know a sonnet has only one verse - that is the point.


March 1: The following were published on SongFacts:

Goodbye’s (The Saddest Word) by Celine Dion

And The House Fell Down by Elton John
Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters by Elton John
Postcards From Richard Nixon by Elton John

The Big Rock Candy Mountain credited to Harry McClintock

Nantucket Sleighride by Mountain, with Song Image (as usual, not linked, ie the text displays, but the image DON’T!)

Ellis Unit One by Steve Earle
The Devil’s Right Hand, by Steve Earle

Boney Was A Warrior credited as Traditional

And Oh Wot A Big One! was corrected, (see above) - the error was mine, by the way!


March 1: Lines On The Fall Of John Galliano was published on Usenet.


March 2: The following Taha correspondence was published on his site:

Letter in Canada Post, November 2010, page 10
Daily Mirror, January 19, 2011
New Statesman, June 14, 2010, page 6.


March 2: Lines On The Fall Of John Galliano was published on this site.


March 2: Years was published on Poetry.Com.

Sometime between about late 1985 and October 1990, I wrote a long poem called Tempus Fugit. It was mainly in free verse. One February 23, 2011, I discarded the very lengthy Part (i), and the following day - February 24 - I discarded Part (viii), albeit after much agonising. Re the original:

Fleeting Moments was Part (ii)
(All I Want Is) A Minute Of Your Life was Part (iii)
Hours was Part (iv)
Days was Part (v)
Seasons was Part (vi)
Years was Part (vii)

These were all published on Poetry.Com between February 23 and today as separate poems. (See the individual entries above).


March 3: A supplementary note was added to the Vexatious Litigant HomePage re professional crook Peter Sainsbury.


March 3: Walls Closing In - lyrics only - was published on this site.

This was written July 1989.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for February 27-March 3, 2011 was also added.


March 4: On Bucking The Rhythms Again was published on Poetry.Com.

This is “humour” from the 1980s. I can’t remember who I wrote this for but he was a lot more enthusiastic than me. I gave up running on medical advice in September 1996.


March 4: The following were published on this site:

A Challenge To All Genuine Skeptics From A Holocaust Revisionist

This includes 5 PDF scans; five of pages from PRO documents relating to the Belsen Trial, and one of an E-Mail.

It is dated March 4, 2011, and was republished on MajorityRights literally within minutes.

Fan Mail From A Fellow Traveller

Song O’ The Despaired Laird - more 1980s nonsense; there must have been too much brandy in that haggis when I wrote this one.

Street Cleaner, written in 1984 or 1985, probably the former. I think it must have been vaguely inspired by the film Death Wish and similar offerings in that genré.

Psychiatrist’s Office Quickie

Also, I added a note to the Site Corrections Page re the limerick Burmese Days.


March 5: The following were published on this site:

Hello, My Strange Young One - lyrics

Seven Species Of Negro Boxer with a long explanatory note on the Site Corrections Page dated March 4, 2011

Song Of The Cancer Club - probably written around 1984

Letter to Ripperana, as published and the original, which is dated November 23, 2010.


March 6: A Tale of Two Ex-Cons was published on Poetry.Com.

Some might call this humour. I believe I wrote it in 1984.


March 7: The following were published on SongFacts:

The Prey, by Dead Kennedys
Too Drunk To Fuck, by Dead Kennedys

I Am Thinking Of My Pickanniny Days, by Scott Joplin

Bright Lights, by Aldo Nova
Medicine Man, by Aldo Nova
Touch Of Madness, by Aldo Nova

Pickaninny Heaven, by Kate Smith (from Hello Everybody)

The Quilting Party, Traditional

Not Natural, by Angie & Debbie Winans.

The Song Image for Nantucket Sleighride was finally linked - see entry for March 1, above.


March 7: Tryphina Magotsi was published on this site.

I wrote this yesterday; it was “inspired” by a documentary about serial killer Moses Sithole.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 4-7, 2011 was also added.


March 8: A Room With A View was published on Poetry.Com.

I may have written this as early as 1983. Self-pity is the word here, I think. Actually, she wrote and told me that she still loved me. Sadly, what use was I to her? It was only many years later that I realised some of us were put on this Earth for a higher purpose that did not include happiness.


March 8: Italian Restaurant Quickie was published on this site.


March 9: The Rut was published on Poetry.Com.

This was composed a long time before I realised that neither fortune nor happiness were written in the stars for me. Which means like Oscar Wilde I’ll have to settle for notoriety. But at least no one will ever accuse me of buggery.


March 10: The illustrated poem Sodomy Or Sharia? (An Ode To The AEDL) was published on this site together with some explanatory blurb dated March 9, 2011.


March 10: Man Overboard was published on Poetry.Com

I can’t remember when I wrote this but think it was late 1980s or early 90s. A rare piece of Spenserian Stanza.

Don’t read anything personal into it!


March 10: On satpalramisguilty I augmented the chronology slightly, added a small image gallery and photos of Apache Indian, Lord Lane, Stephen Lawrence and Gareth Peirce.

[This entry was added to the Baron/ITMA Bibliography on March 16].


March 11: Throgmorton Street Blues - lyrics only - was published on this site.

This was written when the London Stock Exchange was still based at Throgmorton Street.


March 11: A Promise Of Bed? was published on Poetry.Com.

This was written at a time when I still thought women were worth the candle.


March 11: The following were published on SongFacts:

Happy Birthday Leonid Brezhnev by Joan Baez
Saigon Bride by Joan Baez

Denn Die Todten Reiten Schnell by Faith & The Muse
The Woman Of The Snow by Faith & The Muse

Don’t Make No Promises (Your Body Can’t Keep) by Scorpions

S&M by Thin Lizzy

Amazone by Iness Mezel

Empty Rooms by Gary Moore

Sarah’s World by Mark Scott with Song Image >When I See You Smile by Bic Runga.


March 12: The Feminist Cunt Of Nantucket was published on Usenet.

Later the same limerick and Jonathan Oates were published on this site.

The latter was written on March 11 and E-Mailed to the gent concerned, who approved. It is not to be confused with the earlier On Jonathan Oates.

Re the other limerick, I started writing this yonks ago as The Whore Of Nantucket but it sat on my hard disk until last night/this morning, I found a thread in alt.poetry “Up With Abortion --- Down With Unviable Tissue Masses”, which provoked the change of title.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 5-12, 2011 was also added.


March 13: Get Out Of Here was published on Poetry.Com.

I think I wrote this as long ago as 1983. Best not to ask!


March 13: Riddles 186-93 were added to the Unpublished Riddles Page, and a note was added to Riddle CR58 in the Previously Published Section.


March 14: The following Taha correspondence was published on his site:

West End Extra, April 2, 2010: a screenprint from the paper’s website
Times Educational Supplement, June 4, 2010: a screenprint from the paper’s website

On this site I added a note to the entry for December 1, 2010.


March 15: Never Be A Cynic was published on Poetry.Com.

I wrote this in 1984 or 1985; I remember at the time, someone told me it was actually a very cynical piece. Some might call it humour. I suppose.


March 15: On this site, Riddles 194-200 were published.

I wrote these yesterday to make them up to a nice round number!


March 16: On Taha’s site, the following letters were published:

Daily Mail, (London) October 4, 2010, page 52
Daily Mail, (London) October 25, 2010, page 52
The Sun, November 9, 2010, page 51
Evening Standard, December 23, 2010, page 41.
Sunday Telegraph, February 20, 2011, page 23

All the above are screenprints from NewsUK.


March 16: On this site, I keyed in the rest of Throgmorton Street Blues - from “O save me, save me please”.

I thought there was more to this song. Don’t you just feel sorry for these parasites? “Fly pudgy fucker, fly.”


March 16: COLIN STAGG: Cleared At Last was published on satpalramisguilty.

This and a number of other articles and amendments were in a holding directory on my hard disk. I’m not sure when I wrote this, but I’m surprised it was there for so long. Having said that, there appears to have been a planned update for March 2005. I can’t remember at this distance why I never got round to it.


March 16: Back to this site: Faits Accompli was published - Al in classical mood. More old stuff from the late 1980s or early 1990s.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 13-6, 2011 was also added.


March 17: Nazis and Chinese, Palestinian Jews and Americans was published on MajorityRights.

This was originally called Why Don’t Economists Understand Economics?

It was published in the small hours, and before 10am I had responded at length to the first comment posted on it.


March 18: On this site:

I added a note to A Nameless Limerick

And the lyrics to two songs:

Swallows In September
The Alien

Re Swallows..., this was actually inspired by a memory from when I was about 12 or 13 years old, in particular seeing swallows and swifts flitting around a barn where many of them were or had been nesting.

I came up with the first verse when I was not much older, and carried it around in my head for the next decade and a half or so when I finally got around to writing it down. It was originally intended to be a poem, but I wrote a bit of the music at one point.

Pity I couldn’t have developed it in a different direction.

Re ...Alien - I think this may have been vaguely inspired by the Michael Chapman song Stranger In The Room, that and the fact that some of us are destined to live and die alone. And if we accept it for what it is, it can be a blessing rather than a curse. It’s a pity it took me so long to understand this simple truth.


March 18: The Dirty Baker’s Dozen was published/broadcast on YouTube, and shortly, on Archive.Org with a mini-essay devoted to each subject.

This latter was not possible on YouTube because of limits on text, which is purely for descriptive purposes.

Also, some nutter added a lengthy review added to the Archive.Org upload of Not The Protocols Of Zion; he didn’t quite accuse me of being a Jewish agent, but this is basically a case of beign shot down by both sides...yet again!


March 19: The following song lyrics were published on this site:

Airport In Autumn with explanatory note
Aphrodite’s Child - another sad character. Sigh.


March 20: You Can Trust The Communists was published on Poetry.Com

This was written before March 29, 1993, possibly some years before; it was inspired by You Can Trust The Communists (To Be Communists).


March 21: The Biggest Liar Who Ever Walked The Earth was published/broadcast on YouTube.

This clip is 40 minutes 14 seconds in length; though I’d recently received a message from YouTube to the effect that I would be able to upload longer videos, I thought this would be too long.

See also below.


March 21: On this site, I added ten stills from the above video which were annotated and linked to the Image Gallery.

In his introduction, Adrian is too kind regarding my chess prowess, although I was Crystal Chess Club champion in Millennium Year.


March 21: The following were published on SongFacts:

Midnight Cowboy credited to The John Barry Orchestra

Hey Cinderella by Suzy Bogguss

Carmen Etonense credited to Eton Choir
Eton Boating Song credited to Eton Choir

Bad Motor Scooter by Sammy Hagar
Red by Sammy Hagar

Hallelujah! I’m A Bum by Harry McClintock

Disappear by Gilbert O’Sullivan
Get Down by Gilbert O’Sullivan
January Git by Gilbert O’Sullivan
Matrimony by Gilbert O’Sullivan
Nothing Rhymed by Gilbert O’Sullivan
Ready Miss Steady by Gilbert O’Sullivan
You by Gilbert O’Sullivan

Best I Can by Queensrÿche
Empire by Queensrÿche
Jet City Woman Queensrÿche
Resistance by Queensrÿche

Horst-Wessel-Lied credited to Horst Wessel

Revive Us Again this hymn is credited here to “various”

Clair by Gilbert O’Sullivan, was an existing one sentence songfact, but my far more substantial effort was substituted for it.

Matty Groves was augmented, significantly; (it is credited here to Fairport Convention). I sent this in as Little Musgrave And Lady Barnard

Re Bad Motor Scooter (above), in the database this has been credited to Montrose; Hagar wrote the song, took it to the band, and took it with him when he left.


March 21: The Biggest Liar Who Ever Walked The Earth was published/broadcast on Archive.Org.


March 22: Brown Eyes was published on Poetry.com

I think I wrote this some time in the 1990s.


March 22: On this site:

Stanzas Composed On The Morning Of 28th December 1984 was published

Re the above, what more need be said? Baronmetric Stanzas again!

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 17-22, 2011 was also added.


March 23: On March 21, I entered a $1 No Limit Hold ’Em tournament on Celeb; it started at 23.35, and with 112 left out of around 400+ runners, I was doing okay when the guy in front of me raised. I whacked it all in with my pocket kings; he had kings too, and sucked out on me. Believe it or not, this happened to me before on another site, all-in with kings against kings, and wallop. Unreal.

This led me to think of happier times, and this morning I knocked up this sonnet - illustrated with a screenshot.

Unfortunately, I snapped it a bit too quickly to catch the losing hand’s pocket king. And the none too polite comment he made at the showdown after he set me all-in!

I have also added the aforementioned bad beat to the Image Gallery (on March 29).


March 23: Taha’a letter in West End Extra, March 18, 2011, was published on his site - a screenshot of the on-line version.


March 23: Lines On The Death Of Elizabeth Taylor was published on Poetry.Com.


March 25: Shooting Range Quickie was published on this site.


March 28: Abergavenney, by Marty Wilde was published on SongFacts.


March 28: The following Taha correspondence was published on his site; they are all screenshots from the website of West End Extra:

July 2, 2010
July 9, 2010 - this is a reply to Taha’s letter of July 2 by Douglas Walters of Sidcup
July 16, 2010
September 3, 2010
October 22, 2010
November 5, 2010
December 10, 2010
March 25, 2011

I also added a new page: Correspondence from 2011; the title of the third page was changed from “...From 2001” to “...2001 To 2010”.


March 29: On this site:

My Kennedy Assassination Bitesize was republished together with some explanatory blurb re Kwickee (including a screenshot from the website of Companies House) on the Site Corrections Page.

The article’s actualy title is called The Prosaic Truth About The KENNEDY ASSASSINATION, and has a glowing introduction by Nick Hirst.

A screenshot from a poker tournament was added to the Image Gallery; see above for context.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 23-9, 2011 was also added.


March 30: What To Do If You Are E-Mailed Child Pornography was published on this site in both HTML format and PDF.

This article was sent to Kwickee in WORD format; the PDF file is a faithful copy of the E-Mailed version.

I’m not sure it can be said to have been published in any meaningful sense until today.

These articles were formatted in a certain way.

A PDF of Henry Fjord from the original MAR magazine was published on the same page as the poem.

The Haiku Love Is was published. Although I wrote it this morning, it’s something I’ve been fulminating over for certainly the past three years. I only wonder that it took me so long to realise that for some of us, this is the way it was meant to be. And when you accept it, it ain’t so bad!


April 1: The Lunacy Of Denial was published on YouTube.

I completed this March 17.


April 1: On this site:

I linked Deer Me to the Short Stories index as well as the Poetry Index. Although it was written a poem, I can understand some people thinking otherwise of it.

The Prosaic Truth About The Kennedy Assassination as originally published (a ZIP file of the webpage) was added to the version published on March 29.

As was the original of What To Do If You Are E-Mailed Child Pornography (a ZIP file of the webpages). I also added Live Fast, Die Young - Who’d Be A Rock Star? a ZIP file of this as published. I appear to have deleted the original WORD document long ago.

I’m 99% certain that I had more of these articles published by Kwickee, but the only ones of which I can be certain are the three already published.

The Grand Design (lyrics only) - I think I wrote this sometime in the early 1990s. I had a vague idea of how it should sound but I don’t think I did much if anything with the music.


April 1: Chicaneria was published on Poetry.Com.

This was written no later than April 16, 2002, but probably at least ten years earlier!

[I added this to the Bibliography on April 9, 2011].


April 2: Silent Witness was published on Poetry.Com

Not one of my finest efforts; I wrote this no later than September 1994, probably quite a bit before that.


April 2: The following Taha correspondence was published on his site:

Letter in the Sun, May 4, 2004, from the paper’s website

The Sunday Telegraph, March 27, 2011, page 23

The Sun, March 28, 2011, page 39 - one of many responses to an article about “unruly kids”.


April 4: Winter Is Coming was published on Poetry.Com.

This dates from at least the early 1990s, probably from the Winter of 1984-5, which was the last time I actually fed the hungry birds!


April 4: The Lunacy Of Denial was published on Archive.Org with some additional (explanatory) text.


April 4: The poem Justice was published on this site together with an explanatory note.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for March 30-April 4, 2011 was also added.


April 5: The following were published on SongFacts:

Ned Kelly by Johnny Cash (with Song Image - as usual with the text but no actual image; the mistake was rectified the following day)

Dedicated Follower Of Fashion by The Kinks

Out In The Fields by Gary Moore

Roll Into One by Bic Runga
Swim by Bic Runga
Suddenly Strange by Bic Runga

Blinded By A Lie by UFO
Diesel In The Dust by UFO
Dreaming by UFO
The Writer by UFO
We Belong To The Night by UFO

The following were augmented:

Drive by Bic Runga
Sway by Bic Runga.


April 7: 12pm, mid-day, Al was interviewed for half an hour by Majeed Karimi live on IRIB.


April 8: The raw footage of the above interview was published/broadcast on YouTube together with some comment.


April 9: The following were published on this site:

The Real Danger Of Child Porn - this was finished March 25

Wisdom Of Solomon Quickie - this was written the same time as all my previously published Quickies, although the bit about the DNA test was added yesterday as an afterthought.

At the beginning of this month I fished out some copies of The Gift Of Ramu and noticed that the back cover of the 3rd Edition includes the following information: “Copyright Alexander Baron, 1995 & 1996.”

On checking the Bibliography, I realised I hadn’t entered details for the 2nd Edition.

Sometime after publishing the 1st Edition (an A4 pamphlet printed in WordStar) I sent or sold a copy to Keith Thompson of Steven Books, who was so impressed with it that he published a short A5 print run which was advertised in the October 1994 issue of Spearhead although the actual publication was not listed in the bibliography at the time. It has been added today.

The 3rd Edition is dated May 16, 1996. So in view of the preceeding I suppose the back cover should actually have read Copyright 1994 & 1996.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for April 5-9, 2011 was also added.


April 10: Why Only Fourteen Words? was published on MajorityRights.

Although this article is timed at 11.21pm on April 9, 2011, it was actually posted by Webmaster David Yates an hour later, which means it was published at about the same time I was adding the material below to my main site.


April 10: The following were published on this site:

Permafrost - lyrics only with a tiny bit of the music added to the Concept Album page

A scan from Bypass direct, in the Review Section.

And Lost Weekend... under Other Contributors.

Re the above, I can’t remember how I found this magazine Bypass direct or ByPass Direct, probably through Andrew, but in spite of its title ISSUE 1 AND ONLY, there appear to have been earlier issues, albeit with variants on the name. The front page alludes to ByPass 4 or ByPass 4.

A note here re the above scans.

On April 7, I spent some time in the British Library doing music research; this was only about my second visit of the year, and I noticed that a new face up scanner had been installed in the reprographics section of Humanities I. As it was only 35p a shot for a double A4 page I decided to avail myself. The above are the results, complete with BL watermarks.

I would have preferred PDFs without the watermarks, and had intended to scan these two publications in the caff on the way home, but I really can’t complain about either the quality or the price, although it is difficult if not impossible with these sort of scanners to keep the page flat, hence the somewhat wavy effect the reader may notice with the chess article. I’ve managed to straighten out page 6, but this has come at a price, as will be seen by comparing it with the other pages.

The actual Bypass review takes up about a quarter of an A5 page. Weekend Chess is an A4 sized magazine, but the files and resolution have been reduced to a manageable size.

The final page of the chess article includes some unrelated problems (but not the answers).


April 10: David Pidcock’s letters of July 8, 2010 and March 13, 2011 to Messrs Cameron and Clegg were published on FinancialReform.

The two PDF files were prefixed with a short introduction by Yours Truly.


April 12: The following were published on this site:

Two Poems:

A Challenge To Inspector Clouseau - I finished this in late March or early April 2011
Song For Damien with a Site Correction note

One Article:

Whose Country Is This?

Five Riddles:

These are numbers 201-205

I’ve been going through these, and throwing away a few of the bad ones. That doesn’t mean the ones I’ve just published are good!

Finally, the rest of the lyrics to Love Is Green were added to the Music Section; the first three verses were published here December 7, 2008.


April 13: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s site:

Evening Standard, January 26, 2011, page 49
Sunday Telegraph, December 12, 2010, page 29.

The former (This includes contributions from other people under Get it off your TXT).


April 13: The following were published on this site (lyrics only):

Money Go Round
Mr Pierrepoint

The former is an olde story! The latter was actually inspired by someone who was convicted of murder after the abolition of capital punishment in Britain, so he didn’t in fact meet Mr Pierrepoint. More’s the pity! This song has been indexed under Mr rather than Mi.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for April 10-13, 2011 was also added.


April 15: The following were published on this site:

Songs (lyrics only):

Burmese Days
Love A Lady Doctor
Me And Ted Bundy

The Bundy song includes a long explanatory note; ...Lady Doctor a very short one.

Gags 95-110 were added to the Unpublished Section.

Some of these are dated, to put it midly, Mabel and floppy disk!

A WORD format version of my letter to Nick Griffin of January 3, 2003 was added - actually, it was added October 5 last year but was not linked, so...

The Jewess Who Defecated Diamonds was added to Limericks

The entry for October 5, 2010 says I added a WORD format version of my last letter to Nick Griffin. Although I added a PDF version and uploaded the WORD version too, I did not link the latter until April 15, 2011.


April 18: The following was published on Taha’s site:

Taha letter in Socialist Worker, No 2246 9 April 2011, page 7.
[Taha brought me the hard copy, but this is from the paper’s website].


April 18: The following were published on this site:

The poem Fill Up Your Days with a brief note on the Site Corrections Page

Umbrella Quickie

And a bit later: City Of Another Sun - lyrics only.


April 18: The following were published on SongFacts:

The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine by Laurel & Hardy

Good Boy from Legally Blonde but credited here to Laura Bell Bundy

L’oiseau Et L’enfant by Maria Myriam

Honolulu Baby by Ty Purvis (from Sons Of The Desert)

Gossip Joan credited as traditional
The Sequel To Gossip Joan credited as traditional

My Honolulu Ukulele Baby credited to various
Sleepy Honolulu Baby credited to Various - actually to Varoius, initially!


April 18-9, 2011: A video which I have entitled Police Agents Provocateurs was uploaded to Archive.Org shortly before midnight, but these generally take a few minutes to derive - or whatever is the technical term.

I found this on YouTube but decided to spread it about a bit.


April 19: The following were published on this site:

Are Britain’s Police Above The Law? including

a photograph of Mark Kennedy
my correspondence with the Attorney General and the Home Office

letters of

January 13: to the Attorney General’s Office
January 21: E-Mail to James Ross of the Attorney General’s Office

January 24: E-Mail response of James Ross

all the above in PDF

and

January 18 (one from the Attorney General’s Office and one from the Home Office)
February 24

all JPGs.


April 20: The following were published on this site:

The poem On Writing Limericks

The limerick The Young Fellow Called Mottingley

This former was written no latter than March 15, 1993; the latter, no later than March 26, 1993

I believe these were published on CIX in early 1993, though the titles were not supplied until April 19, 2011. The punctuation of both leaves something to be desired but these are exactly as they were published (possibly!) at the time.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for April 14-20, 2011 was also added.


April 21: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s site; they are all screenprints/screenshots:

London Evening Standard, Thursday, April 7, 2011
Although this - and similar - are from a column devoted to text messages, Taha informs me that his letters are sent by E-Mail.

Camden New Journal, 31 March, 2011
Camden New Journal, 7 April, 2011
(This is a response to Taha’s letter of 31 March, from Atsuko McCarthy).


April 21: The following were published on my site (lyrics only in both cases):

Colour Me
Life Goes On

Melodically, Life Goes On is strikingly similar to the John Miles track I Have Never Been In Love Before, in fact it was so close that if ever I got around to doing anything with it I’d have to alter the melody significantly.


April 22: When Haters Define Hate was published on MajorityRights.


April 22: The Venables File was published on Digital Journal - with a photograph.

This publication is apparently known as both Digital Journal and DigitalJournal; in general I will use the former.

A note here added October 2011; articles including titles are subject to editing without notice; sometimes the title of an article will be changed radically, but most often subtly, so if the title of an article here conflicts with the same article as published, that is the reason.


April 23: Never Trust A Palestinian was published late in the evening on YouTube.

I wasn’t going to publish this until after midnight but I had problems with the tags, and while I was editing them somehow the video seems to have defaulted to public. Then somebody commented on it, literally minutes after it was on-line.

It’s nice to know I’m so popular!

The above video was blocked August 17, 2014, but see immediately below.


April 24: Never Trust A Palestinian was published on Archive.Org.


April 24: US, world poker sites Unfazed by FBI shutdown, was published on/in Digital Journal - with a photograph.

They always prefer at least one photograph with an article - and a link or two.

The original title was US And World Poker Sites Unfazed By FBI Assault - capitalised thus. Not a world of difference.


April 25: Abe And Debbie Teach Arthur Jewish Arithmetic was published on YouTube, and a few minutes later on Archive.Org as An Introduction To Jewish Arithmetic With Abe And Debbie.

I suppose you’d call this humour; it’s basically a slideshow with my text.

Alternative link for the above.


April 25: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s site (all are Newsbank screenshots):

The Express, April 12, 2011

Evening Standard, April 13, 2011

Times, April 23, 2005, page 22.


April 26: An Address By Sir Francis Galton (1822-1911) To A Contemporary Meeting Of The American Association For The Advancement of Science was published on this site with an explanatory note.


April 26: Was Mr Evil at Chillenden in July 1996? was published on/in Digital Journal.

And was “unpublished” by the following morning. Apparently they were afraid Bellfield might sue them for defamation!

It was republished on Usenet April 26, on this site April 28, and after Bellfield’s conviction it was republished on/in Digital Journal, June 23.


April 26: The following were published on SongFacts:

A True True Love, from the film If A Man Answers, recorded by Bobby Darin
If A Man Answers, title from from the film, recorded by Bobby Darin

The Coffee Song, credited to Osibisa

Tokyo Melody, credited to composer Helmut Zacharias.


April 26: I noticed my letter in the Journalist re John George Haigh had been published on-line, presumably sometime ago.


April 26: Was Mr Evil At Chillenden In July 1996? was published on Usenet.


April 27: Roshonara Choudhry: A Woman For Our Times – Almost was published on this site in both HTML and WORD formats; the latter was later replaced with a PDF file.


April 27: Smiley Culture: Sad end for reggae’s Cheeky Chappie, was published on Digital Journal.


April 28: What if they threw a crusade, and nobody came? was published on/in Digital Journal.


April 28: Was Mr Evil At Chillenden In July 1996? was published on this site, with a photograph of Levi Bellfield (already linked).

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for April 21-8, 2011 was also added.


April 29: New era for World Snooker? was published on/in Digital Journal

Amazingly this appears to be the first article about snooker ever contributed to this “news” site!


April 29: The poem Distance was published on this site.

I wrote this yesterday; it’s something I’ve been meaning to write for a long time. It was inspired by a poem by Jay Ramsay which includes the line “The price of distance is death”. That is certainly true as far as government is concerned, but not on a personal level for us Outsiders.


April 30: Warning — Execution may damage your health was published on/in Digital Journal.


April 30: Ode To Absent Friends was published on this site.

It took me all of ten minutes. It was originally called Sonnet For Absent Friends; it was only after I’d uploaded it I realised it wasn’t a sonnet. Sigh.

I E-Mailed it to Stone - using the original and erroneous title - who at the time it was written was the only other person who would totally understand it.


April 30: Snooker’s Trump Card was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 1: Pregabalin Dreams was published on Poetry.Com, and on Usenet.


May 1: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s site:

Evening Standard, Friday, October 13, 2006

(From the paper’s message board. This includes a letter by Keith Flett, who may just have had more letters in print than this pillock).

The Sun, Thursday, October 19, 2006, page 46

Daily Mail, London, Friday, October 27, 2006

From the Straight to the POINT column, this includes several other letters.


May 1: The Big Question - publish and be damned? is another Op-Ed on/in Digital Journal.


May 2: Will youth Trump experience? was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 2: An Epistle To Mr Pope was published on this site together with an explanatory note on the Site Corrections Page.


May 2: Bin Laden is dead - who do we murder next? was published on/in Digital Journal.

In less than two hours this had one comment and over five hundred and fifty views! By midnight there had been 2,551 views - including mine - 13 comments including one by me, 32 people liked and 130 recommended!


May 2: Lines On The Deaths Of Ted Lowe, Henry Cooper And Osama Bin Laden was published on Usenet, (see also enty for May 3, below).


May 2: No-Trump Game: Higgins regains World Snooker crown, was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 2: Bin Laden is dead - who do we murder next? was reposted to MajorityRights.

I am truly flattered!


May 3: Lines On The Deaths Of Ted Lowe, Henry Cooper And Osama Bin Laden was published on this site.


May 3: Inquest rules Ian Tomlinson killed unlawfully, was published on/in Digital Journal.

My title was augmented slightly by an editor, and the introduction strengthened. These people don’t appear to think much of The Filth either!


May 4: Mindsports Olympiad moves to bigger venue, was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 4: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s website:

West End Extra, April 28 2011

Guardian, February 3, 1999

Independent, January 20, 1999

News Of The World, March 28, 1999

All the above are screenprints/screenshots.


May 4: Leroy Cool Meets Abe Foxman was published on this site.

This is a sort of cartoon strip; hopefully the first of many!


May 4: The following, in chronological order, were published on/in Digital Journal:

Rikki, don’t use that number
Jon Venables to receive yet another new ID

I also uploaded a scan of the letter I received from the Home Office re Mark Kennedy.

The following day, the Venables article was renamed by an editor Jon Venables may receive another new ID.


May 4-5: The following were published on SongFacts:

Tea For Two from the musical No, No, Nanette but credited here to Doris Day

I’ve Done Everything For You by Sammy Hagar
Silver Lights by Sammy Hagar
Turn Up The Music by Sammy Hagar

A Nice Cup Of Tea from the revue Home & Beauty, but credited here to Binnie Hale

Rock Candy by Montrose
Space Station #5 by Montrose (with image not linked)

It Must Have Been Love by Magnum
Just Like An Arrow by Magnum

It Must Have Been Love by Roxette

The existing songfact Listen To Your Heart by Roxette, was augmented.


May 5: Leroy Cool Meets Gerry Gable And His Lovely Wife, Sonia was published on this site.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for April 29-May 5, 2011 was also added.


May 6: Four articles were published on/in Digital Journal, in this order:

Poetry.com has closed
Gilad’s not so sweet music angers Jews across the board
Tabak admits killing Joanna Yeates
Last post for World War One


May 6: Leroy Cool Meets Gerry Gable was published on this site.

I didn’t realise - but should have - that this is not the first character called Leroy Cool.


May 6: Holy Water scandal brewing in London was published on/in Digital Journal

The original title was Holy Water scandal in London; it was changed by an editor the following day.


May 6-7: The image was added to Space Station #5 image was added by 00.07hrs on May 7!


May 7: The following were published on this site. They were all previously published on Poetry.Com, which closed May 4.

A Promise Of Bed
A Room With A View
A Tale Of Two Ex-cons
(All I Want Is) A Minute Of Your Life
Brown Eyes
Bucking The Rhythms Again
Chicaneria
Days
Fleeting Moments
Get Out Of Here
Hours
Lines On The Death Of Elizabeth Taylor
Man Overboard
Never Be A Cynic
Pregabalin Dreams
Seasons
Silent Witness
The Rut
The Spider And The Fly
The Vulgarian
Winter Is Coming
Years
You Can Trust The Communists

And one new poem: Lines On The Death Of Severiano Ballesteros.


May 7: The following were published on/in Digital Journal:

Convicted murderers executed in spite of Clive Stafford Smith was published on/in Digital Journal.
The libel laws are no picnic in spite of attempts at “reform” was also published on/in Digital Journal.

The original title of the former was Uncle Sam executes convicted murderers in spite of Clive Stafford Smith but Digital Journal limits titles to 65 characters.


May 8: People need livelihood, not make-work jobs was published on/in Digital Journal.

And later that day on MajorityRights.

I really must stop sending David Yates these links.


May 9: Two articles were published on/in Digital Journal:

The end is nigh, you better believe it
Poker players fighting back against the FBI

Within about an hour an editor had added two photographs, there were 42 page views, and 5 people had signalled they liked it!

I also added a note to Gilad’s not so sweet music angers Jews across the board re the video of the meeting.


May 10: Two articles were published on/in Digital Journal:

No whitewash this time, thanks to mobile phone cameras
Should chess be part of the school curriculum?


May 10: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s site:

Metro, September 24, 2010
Metro, January 6, 2011
Metro, January 17, 2011
Daily Telegraph, May 6, 2011
Daily Telegraph, May 21, 2006.


May 10: Two further articles were published on/in Digital Journal:

Guess what, UK gov’t, greed is NOT good!
Levi Bellfield’s murder trial begins.

The first of the above articles was originally called Guess what Gord, greed is NOT good!, but was changed because an editor thought some people wouldn’t realise who Gordon Brown was. It was with some embarrassment that I told him I was alluding to Gordon Gekko!


May 10: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 6-10, 2011 was added to this site.


May 10: After the Bibliography was updated, David Yates republished The end is nigh on MajorityRights.


May 11: The haiku beginning “Where are my virgins...” was published on Usenet and on this site.

This is an obvious reference to the recent execution of Osama Bin Laden.


May 11: The following were published on SongFacts:

I Really Like Him from Man Of La Mancha, credited to the cast
The Impossible Dream from Man Of La Mancha, credited to the cast

Military Man, by Gary Moore

When Johnny Comes Marching Home, credited to Patrick Gilmore.


May 11: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Bin Laden Hoax
Absolute and Ultimate – Poker sites quit US for good (originally with one screengrab uploaded by Silverberg)
Levi Bellfield murder trial – day two.


May 12: Leroy Cool Nearly Gives Gerry Gable A Heart Attack was published on this site.


May 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Joanna Yeates case — Two tabloids face contempt charges
Levi Bellfield murder trial – day three.


May 13: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Was Edgar Steele framed?
The other face of bigotry


May 13: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s site:

Sunday Telegraph, October 29, 2006

Times Educational Supplement, February 25, 2011

Sunday Times, March 6, 2011
(This last also includes contributions from other people).


May 13: Levi Bellfield murder trial – day four was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 14: More abuses of anti-harassment and public order laws was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 14: The haiku Tehran Rose was published on this site.


May 15: What won’t be included in the Military Covenant was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 15: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s site:

Islington Gazette, March 3, 1993 [In October 2016, I checked this hoping to substitute a better quality scan; the date if not the publication is incorrect].
Times Educational Supplement, December 8, 2006 (but see entry for May 24, 2012 re this one).


May 15: New legislation to deal with debt collecting agencies was published on/in Digital Journal together with 3 images - scans of red frighteners together with some details of same appended as a comment.


The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 10 (late evening) to May 15, 2011 was added to this site.


May 16: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Iran’s terrible dilemma
Levi Bellfield murder trial – day five
Who benefits from welfare benefits?


May 17: The book

A Metahistory of the Clash of Civilisations
“Us and Them Beyond Orientalism”
, by Arshin Adib-Moghaddam, was published by Hurst of London and simultaneously in the United States by Columbia.

The screengrabs below were added September 19, 2011. Although this looks like one, it is actually two images comprising most of page 277. It’s nice to be cited by a true scholar. And I have been, elsewhere!



May 17: The following were published on this site:

No Bail Out
The haiku beginning “Men may”

Re the poem, I wrote this May 16 and mailed it out - sans title - to a few contacts. It is published here with minor spelling corrections. This was inspired by the arrest and remand in custody of Dominique Strauss-Kahn in New York on a charge of attempted rape, among other things.


May 17: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

A matter of life and debt
Levi Bellfield murder trial – day six

The latter includes a verbatim report on the trial by Matthew Rudge; I made one tiny correction; Rachel Cowes was altered to Rachel Cowles.


May 18: Whom do we murder next? Why not Gaddafi? was published on/in Digital Journal.

The “Whom” was not of my doing.


May 18: The following were published on SongFacts:

Seducer - by Saraya credited initially to White Lightning, but corrected by the following day.

Little Bird, Little Bird from Man Of La Mancha credited to the Cast.


May 18: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The wild plots of British soap operas
Levi Bellfield murder trial – day seven

The first was originally called On the street where you live - and die.


May 19: Whom do we murder next? Why not Gaddafi?
A review of a recent publication by a senior researcher for the House of Commons which suggests murdering Colonel Gaddafi would be lawful.

The above was published on MajorityRights as titled, in spite of my telling David Yates merely to pass on the link. See entry for May 18 above.


May 19: R v Dobson was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 19: Lines On The Resignation Of Dominique Strauss-Kahn was published on Usenet.


May 19: Levi Bellfield murder trial – day eight was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 20: The following were published on this site:

Lines On The Resignation Of Dominique Strauss-Kahn

Three Limericks Composed On The Eighth Day Of The Trial Of Levi Bellfield For The Murder Of Amanda Dowler.

The above limericks were written in that order.

Today I also found my letter in the Sun of Tuesday, December 1, 2009 with a search on NewsBank.


May 20: On Taha’s site: the following four limericks were published with some minimal editing by Yours Truly:

Bin Laden
Britain - I did ask him if he were sure about this one, but he was adamant he wanted it published
Stape
The Wedding

And his letter in West End Extra, May 20, 2011 - within hours of its being published originally.


May 20: The unemployed and the unemployable was published on/in Digital Journal.


The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 16-20, 2011 was added to this site.


May 21: The following were published on this site:

Leroy Cool Meets Deborah Lipstadt
Leroy Cool Humiliates Abraham Foxman


May 21: Portugal: Is there an alternative to bailout? was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 22: Baby, you can drive my car was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 22: On Taha’s site, a scan of a letter was added.

This is his second letter which was published initially in the Evening Standard, Thursday 23 December 2010. I’m not sure what page this appeared on as I didn’t see the hard copy; for the record, Taha made his purchases at the venue where Yours Truly was making a speech to the New Right.


May 23: The following were published on SongFacts:

Dulcinea, from Man Of La Mancha credited to the Cast
To Each His Dulcinea, from Man Of La Mancha credited to the Cast

Fat Rich Cunts by the Screaming Jets.


May 23: The fake drugs that can kill was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 23: The following were published on this site:

Leroy Cool Interrogates The Chairman Of The Fed

And, the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 21-3, 2011.


May 23: After the Bibliography update for May 21-3, the following were published on/in Digital Journal:

Levi Bellfield murder trial - third week
Anthem for doomed youth


May 24: The following were published on/in Digital Journal:

Police officer charged with manslaughter of Ian Tomlinson
Levi Bellfield murder trial continues


May 25: Why The Internet Should Create Its Own Money was published on FinancialReform


May 25: On this site the following were published:

The New Special Relationship - a cartoon created by Yours Truly.

Daddy’s Darling Daughter, lyrics only.


May 25: Two trials two worlds apart was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 26: The following were published on/in Digital Journal:

Music database SongFacts hits 23,000 entries
On-line poker goes on outside the USA as FBI war continues - the image was added later in the day, after I won the said poker tournament!


May 26: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s site:

TNT, September 18, 2009
TNT, July 5, 2010
Letter in (London) Metro November 22, 2010 from Lee Hyde in response to Taha’s letter of November 19.


May 26: The haiku Proof Reading was published on this site.

I’ve been saying this for years, but I never put it in haiku before. The hyphen - ie proof-reading - is I believe optional. Never did like proofreading.


May 26: Levi Bellfield - a timeline published on/in Digital Journal.


May 26: On this site, the Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 23-6, 2011 was published (from Levi Bellfield murder trial - third week).


May 27: The following were published on/in Digital Journal:

Free Comrade Mumia
Levi Bellfield trial – end of third week

Also, Levi Bellfield - a timeline was augmented.


May 28: Peddling the Islamic menace was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 30: THE PROTOCOLS OF THE LEARNED ELDERS OF ZION: Organised Jewry’s Deadliest Weapon was published on this site.

This is an HTML version which includes a Preface To The Internet Edition dated May 30, 2011.


May 30: The following were published on SongFacts:

Tall In The Saddle by Joan Armatrading

Omigod You Guys from Legally Blonde, attributed to the cast.

The Loner by Gary Moore

Niggizz Can’t Sang Rock ’N Roll by Mother’s Finest

Cockney Translation by Smiley Culture
Police Officer by Smiley Culture.


May 30: The heavy price of losing weight was published on/in Digital Journal.


May 31: THAT WONDERFUL WORD “CONSPIRACY” - A Revisionist Perspective was published on this site.


May 31: The following were published on/in Digital Journal:

Old dogs can learn new tricks
Lord, fraud, gaol...oh gawd!


June 1: The following were published on/in Digital Journal:

Police launch new appeal in shooting of five year old girl
Phantom withdrawals in UK – again

The former includes seven photographs from CCTV issued by the Metropolitan Police; the latter was originally called Phantom withdrawals – again.


June 1: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for May 27-June 1, 2011 was published on this site.


June 2: The following were published on/in Digital Journal:

Casey Anthony trial – a sense of desperation
Locked up for reading a poem in Bahrain
Redefining tolerance – groups outraged at fine for ‘homophobe’

The Casey Anthony article had 250 views in 51 minutes! That must be a record for me.

The original title of the second article was Locked up for reading a poem in Britain - er, Bahrain

In the third article, the word outraged was originally in quotes but it has been edited out; they appear to have missed the allusion to OutRage.


June 3: The following were published on/in Digital Journal:

Casey Anthony trial – second day on stand for detective
The rising threat of online scams

The original title of the second article was Wherever there are mugs... Quite a difference!


June 4: The following were published on/in Digital Journal:

Coronation Street — From kitchen sink to Greek tragedy
A privilege money can’t buy
Casey Anthony case - CSIs testify with a screengrab.

A better title for the first would be Coronation Street — From kitchen sink drama to Greek tragedy.


June 5: The final word on Obama’s birth certificate with two photos!

The original title for this article was The final word on THAT birth certificate.


June 6: Rogues and Royals was published on/in Digital Journal.


June 6: A Tribute To John Stape was published on YouTube.

This is a slide show I created largely from photographs from the TV series Coronation Street accompanied by the song It Started With A Kiss.


June 6: The following were published on SongFacts:

Jarrow Song, by Alan Price
Look At My Face, by Alan Price

Judgement Day, by Saxon

Backstreet Symphony, by Thunder

The Keeper - traditional
Die Gedanken Sind Frei - traditional

It’s Tulip Time In Holland, credited to Richard A. Whiting.


June 6: Bellfield trial resumes was published on/in Digital Journal.


June 7: The following were published on/in Digital Journal:

Casey Anthony trial – June 6
Beware the agent provocateur!
Casey Anthony - witnesses recalled.


June 8: The following were published on this site:

Al’s Top Fifteen Albums

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 2-8, 2011.


June 9: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Casey Anthony trial - computer evidence
Is American justice too open?
The secret rulers of the world?

Curiously, this last didn’t show up on Google News!


June 10: Casey Anthony - stranger than fiction and infinitely more ugly was published on/in Digital Journal


June 11: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:


Casey Anthony trial – another bad day for the defence
Bellfield trial delayed; more paedophiles convicted.


June 11: The following limericks were published on Taha’s site:

Aunts
Hell Hath No Fury
Overseas Aid

He wrote these on the way here today; I have made one or two extremely minor edits.

The first two require a certain knowledge of a certain soap opera. The third is a comment on current affairs.


June 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Casey Anthony trial – more forensic evidence
Britain’s longest running miscarriage of justice?


June 13: Leroy Cool Meets Chancellor George Osborne was published on this site.

This was uploaded to Scribd on August 20, apparently by a Moslem. Hi praise indeed!


June 13: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Linda Carty and the march of the gullible
Casey Anthony now more infamous than OJ
Levi Bellfield trial resumes - pathologist testifies.


Circa June 14: The following were published on SongFacts, either late on June 13 and/or early June 14.

Fella In The Cellar by John Miles
Zaragon by John Miles.


June 14: ‘Panorama’ exposes bank rip off was published on/in Digital Journal.

Apparently to date I am number 2 journalist of the month on Digital Journal at this time!


June 14: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 9-14, 2011 was added to this site.


June 15: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Levi Bellfield murder trial – prosecution closes
Casey Anthony trial – State close to end of case
Casey Anthony trial will continue, rules Judge Perry
Does YouTube censor videos?


June 17: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Bellfield trial - the Crown wraps up
Hands across the sand – to save the planet
Casey Anthony trial – defense expert witness eviscerated.

Re the first article, shortly after it was published, it disappeared from Google News; I’m wondering if this had something to do with what the court press officer told me.


June 18: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Casey Anthony trial – defense attorney dices with contempt
Anarchist publisher making waves.


June 19: The following were published on this site:

Al’s Top Fifteen Songs +

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 15-9, 2011.


June 20: The songfact You Can’t Teach An Old Dog New Tricks was published on this site.


June 20: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Is Michael Luvaglio a victim or villain?
Judgment day looms for Casey Anthony and Levi Bellfield.


June 21: The following were published on SongFacts:

Bermuda Triangle, by Barry Manilow

Can’t Keep A Good Man Down, by John Miles
Pull The Damn Thing Down, by John Miles
When You Lose Someone So Young, by John Miles

Kidz, by Plan B with Song Image

Flight 19, by B.A. Robertson, with Song Image.


June 21: Casey Anthony trial – yet more trouble for the defense was published on/in Digital Journal.


June 21: The Casey Anthony Top Ten was published on Usenet.(See also entry foe June 23 below).


June 22: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Casey Anthony trial — train wreck in the courtroom
Can’t pay, won’t pay – a lesson in Greek economics
Britain’s soap operas, stranger than fiction - almost.


June 22: The following were published on this site.

A screenshot from Digital Journal - apparently I am currently Number 2 Digital Journalist of the month! The top 19 are listed for some reason; the top ten are shown here.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 20-22, 2011 was also added.


June 23: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Aubrey de Grey explains the future of immortality
Casey Anthony trial - worldwide interest continues
Levi Bellfield is now officially a serial killer
Was Mr Evil at Chillenden in July 1996? (but see entry for April 26).


June 23: The Casey Anthony Top Ten was published on this site.


June 24: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Casey Anthony trial - a mother’s terrible dilemma
Serial killer Levi Bellfield sentenced


June 24: Yesterday there were 90 hits on the Michael Stone site counter; I think the previous record was 89, sometime ago, probably when his case was in the news, but it’s usually much less than that. Yesterdy there were hits from Chatham, Woking and Indiana, and one today from New Zealand.

Earlier this week, not sure if it was yesterday, there was a hit or two from France. The parents of Amélie Delagrange were said to have been at the Bellfield trial, so I presume it was someone from the French media or someone with an interest.


June 25: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Casey Anthony trial – more multiple testimonies
Can you trust the BBC? You dog-gone can
Serial killer’s conviction prompts calls for change in law

The last of the above was to be prefixed with Bellfield’s revenge or some such, but that title is too long for the software.


June 26: The following were published on this site:

The poem Lines On The Conviction Of Levi Bellfield For The Murder Of Amanda Jane Dowler
The limerick Levi Chilled ’Em

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 23-6, 2011 was also added.


June 27: Anthony trial - insanity plea fails, defense smears continue was published on/in Digital Journal.


June 28: Casey Anthony trial – Baez humiliates his own witness was published on/in Digital Journal.


June 28: The following were published on SongFacts:

I’m Looking For A Word That Rhymes With Banker, by Paddy Wex
Nick And Rob Are Conmen, by Paddy Wex
Vortex The Plug Monster, by Paddy Wex.


June 28: On this site, I added two sentences to my letter to History Today.


June 28: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Is there an alternative to raising student fees?
Roy Kronk – no good deed goes unpunished.


June 29: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Beware Olympic accommodation scammers
Jonathan Oates on the Jacobite risings and murder most foul
The problem with Anthony defense attorney Jose Baez

This last was originally called Is Jose Baez the sleaziest lawyer in the world?


June 30: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Work till you drop - to pay the banksters
Casey Anthony trial - alleged mistress of George Anthony called
Casey Anthony: Defense rests, Casey doesn’t take stand

This last was originally called Casey Anthony trial deteriorates into farce.


June 30: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for June 27-30, 2011 was published on this site.


July 1: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Taken: The Milly Dowler Story
The rape of Miranda – double killer seeks retrial on technicality
Second non-defendant gaoled in Casey Anthony trial.


July 2: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

How to catch a terrorist - first, create one
BBC radio show on politically incorrect songs
Unholy Cow! – Dutch ban ritual slaughter

The music article above was originally called Music to beat the wife by; needless to say, that title didn’t last long!


July 3: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Fallout from online poker’s Black Friday continues
Casey Anthony trial – the State’s closing speech.


July 4: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Casey Anthony trial – Jose’s finest hour
Casey Anthony trial – the jury is out.


July 5: The following were published on SongFacts:

Debris, by the Faces

(Hey) Fancy Pants! from the musical Fancy Pants, credited to Annette Warren
Home Cookin’, from the musical Fancy Pants, credited to Bob Hope and Annette Warren

Henry’s Made A Lady Out Of Lizzie, credited to Irving Kaufman with Song Image

Don’t Stop - Twist! by Frankie Vaughan.


July 5: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The British press in contempt
The solution to world hunger?
Casey Anthony - a simplified timeline.


July 6: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Casey Anthony trial – Jose Baez walks on water
UK phone hacking scandal – shocking new revelations
Don’t bring Casey Anthony to book.


July 7: Date set for Michael Stone’s Judicial Review hearing was published on/in Digital Journal.


July 7: Taha’s letter in the Daily Telegraph of May 14, 2011 was published on his site.


July 7: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 1-7, 2011 was published on this site.


July 8: News Of The World (1843-2011) was published on/in Digital Journal.


July 10: Britain must invest in green technology, says minister was published on/in Digital Journal.


July 11: Why you need never buy another book was published on/in Digital Journal.


July 11: The following were published on SongFacts:

Carnaval, by Santana
Jugando, by Santana
Let The Children Play, by Santana
Revelations, by Santana
Treat, by Santana

“Mary Pickford” The Darling Of Them All, by Richard A. Whiting.


July 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Will Hugh Grant be the next James Bond?
The non-stories behind those sensational headlines
Jews of the world! What the crazies think of the hacking scandal

Re the Hugh Grant story, within 8 minutes a picture had been affixed, two people had read it, and four liked it! Not quite sure how that works.


July 13: The following were published on this site:

MR LIBERTY
A Personal Memoir Of Chris R. Tame (1949-2006)

This lengthy dissertation - dated July 12 - includes Appendix – Chris Tame interview, February 4, 1993 and a JPG scan of paragraph 92 in Gable’s witness statement (in the Notes And References section).


July 13: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The police can’t be trusted, so MPs investigate phone hacking
Too big to fail, too big to save – the real debt crisis
The cheap parking scam exposed – among others.


July 14: The following were published on this site:

Fan Mail From A Crime Writer
The HomePage was updated.
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 8-14, 2011 was added.


July 15: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Get out of jail card for rape – I was sleep-walking, Your Honour
Is gold really a safe investment?
Sorry is not the hardest word - for Rupert Murdoch.


July 16: The ghost of Harold Shipman was published on/in Digital Journal.


July 17: The following were published on this site:

The limerick Andy Hayman
The poem My Darling Pig, Maria.


July 17: Linda Carty march is cancelled, but the gullible march on was published on/in Digital Journal.


July 17: The following were published on SongFacts:

Emergency by Girlschool
Not For Sale by Girlschool

Chant Down Greenham credited to Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp

Chant Down Babylon by Bob Marley

Pants On Fire with Song Image, credited to Becky Pollitz.


July 18: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Is that a gun in your pocket? Americans fight back against TSA
Remembering boxing’s Gary Mason (1962-2011) with two photos, one of them apparently unpublished as it was only taken Saturday, July 16.

The original title for the above was Remembering Gary Mason (1962-2011).


July 18: The following were published on this site:

“Philanthropy” From Jacob Schiff To Tony Blair
The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 15-8, 2011.

The former - which is in both HTML and Portabl Document Format - was published originally on Mathaba.Net, August 20, 2010.


July 20: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Bee-keeping in London
Law & Order UK – with a strangely familiar plot
The real reasons Americans are dumb.


July 21: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Michael Stone, Edgar Steele, and other ‘unsavouries’
The solar energy Lark.


July 22: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Court of Appeal quashes ‘Mark Kennedy’ convictions
Beware the ‘femme fatale’ – Britney exposed herself to me.


July 23: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Casey Anthony verdict – a retrospective
How Obama and Prince Philip planned the East African famine

Re the Obama article, 34 minutes after being posted, 5 people had read it, and 5 liked it!


July 24: Amy Winehouse (1983-2011) was published on/in Digital Journal.


July 24: The following were published on this site:

Lines On The Death Of Amy Winehouse

Some notes on the Site Corrections Page re the essay Mr Liberty

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 19-24, 2011.


July 25: The great passive smoking hoax was published on/in Digital Journal

This includes an interview with Sean Gabb. I should note that on the site, this article is dated July 24; this is because of the time differential with Toronto. I always use London time/date for my publications.


July 25: The following were published on SongFacts:

I Got It From Agnes, by Tom Lehrer
I Hold Your Hand In Mine, by Tom Lehrer
Poisoning Pigeons In The Park, by Tom Lehrer

The Sun Has Got His Hat On, credited to Cast of Me And My Girl

All without my credits, which were added by July 31.


July 25: American justice is too open was published on/in Digital Journal.


July 26: Song For Jessie was published on this site.

Today was the 5th anniversary of her suicide.


July 27: I Heard Love Is Blind, by Amy Winehouse, was published on SongFacts.


July 27: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Does Norway need gun control?
A first for electric cars
Lie of the camera.


July 28: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

More outrageous plots for Britain’s soaps
Free science fiction conference at the British Library.


July 29: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

False flags and false friends – rumours and nonsense about Oslo
Double whammy for British tabloids over Yeates murder case libel
Iranian TV exposes Federal Reserve scam

Re False flags..., in the original, the word stuff was used instead of rumours.


July 30: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Will the world drown in plastic?
Amanda Knox appeal continues – so do the lies.


July 31: The following screen prints were published on Taha’s website, all three from NewsUK, in chronological order.

The Sun, July 18, 2011
Evening Standard, July 18, 2011
Daily Mail, July 27, 2011

The Evening Standard screen print contains more than Taha’s ravings under Get it off your TXT.


July 31: More conspiracy nonsense about Norway – and maybe some sense was published on/in Digital Journal.


July 31: The following were published on SongFacts:

Choucoune credited to Michel Mauleart Monton

Yellow Bird credited to Norman Luboff Choir (this is actually the same song)

After All This Time by Michael Chapman

Finish Line by Mahogany Rush Living Wreck by Deep Purple

Love Thy Neighbour credited to Stuart Gillies

Chong credited to Irving Kaufman

Roots by Show Of Hands

Johnny Cool by Little Peggy March

Johnny Cool by Praying Mantis
Captured City by Praying Mantis

Boom Boom (Out Go The Lights) credited to Pat Travers.


August 1: Mind Sports Olympiad less than three weeks away was published on/in Digital Journal.


August 1: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for July 25-August 1, 2011 was added to this site.


August 3: A Song For Shills was published on this site.

This is an illustrated poem with 9 photographs.


August 3: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Copyright is dead – time to sign the death certificate
Chinese lanterns – an import we can do without
Positive Money savages banking commission report

Re the above article on copyright; I finished this off in the small hours but didn’t publish it until the morning. The early morning news contained a story about so-called copyright law reform, but it doesn’t affect my thesis.


August 4: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Poker is a party, for some - Silverberg supplied the screengrab
No bailout for Japanese earthquake victims
The scourge of credit as yet another travel company goes bust
.


August 5: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Will cash become extinct?
The ghost of Ted Bundy
Anders Breivik – A man for all reasons.


August 6: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Jose Baez — past, present, and future
Basic income — The only real solution to ‘unemployment’.


August 7: The ghost of Broadwater farm – riots return to North London was published on/in Digital Journal.


August 8: The following were published on SongFacts:

Mike The Headless Chicken by Arctic Fire

Mike The Headless Chicken by Frank Meyer

Mike The Headless Chicken by Timothy P. & Rural Route 3

The Cluck Stops Here: The Ballad Of Mike The Headless Chicken by Julie Mangin.

Headless Mike by Radioactive Chickenheads.

Flor d’Luna, by Santana
Transcendance, by Santana.


August 8: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Mindless criminality – the verdict on the London riots
Conference on the national census.


August 8: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 2-8, 2011 was added to this site.


August 9: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

One sad tale from Croydon’s night of broken glass

The ghost of Broadwater farm – riots return to North London (a paragraph was added to the existing article), see entry for August 7, above.


August 10: The Asian Monetary Crisis, compiled by David Musa Pidcock was published on FinancialReform.

This is the first Power Point document I’ve ever published on any of my sites.


August 10: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The London riots – seeing the bigger picture - an interview with David Pidcock which includes my edit of a photograph he supplied.

(This was republished on Mathaba within hours as David Pidcock on London Riots: Cut Off The Hands of The Bankers First without my byline!)

Evil mother Fiona Donnison jailed for 32 years for killing kids
Playtime is over, now there is blood on Birmingham’s streets
The great cheese conspiracy

There were two title changes: Baby killer! Evil mother for 32 years and Playtime is over, now there is blood on the streets.


August 11: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

A pogrom is not a revolution
Man imprisoned for life for Sydenham murder

The original title of the above was Sydenham murder - man gaoled for life.


August 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

How the London riots will benefit the economy
Prelaunch Australia – don’t believe the hype
PressTV laps up Trotskyite propaganda
The riots – and the madness of crowds.


August 13: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Serial killer Anthony Sowell sentenced to death
Knee jerk nonsense on the riots from Call Me Dave
Gerry Gable is honoured by the University of Northampton.


August 14: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

17 days buried alive
Yet another oil spill, and a glimmer of hope for the future
Smile please, you’re on ‘Britain’s Most Wanted’


August 15: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The street kids who didn’t burn down the Clapham store
Cut out salt, live forever
Lost documents – conspiracy or cock-up?


August 15: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 9-15, 2011 was added to this site.


August 16: Leroy Cool Meets The SWP At The London Riots was published on this site.


August 16: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Tragedy & Hope – a massive oil slick, and massive wind generators
What to do in Central London in late August
‘Crimewatch’, Clegg, and common sense

Re the second of the above, within 20 minutes a picture had been appended, 3 people liked it with no views! In 23 minutes, 5 liked and still no views!


August 17: Undocumented immigrants – ‘Huffington Post’ hysteria was published on/in Digital Journal.


August 17: The following were published on SongFacts:

Kodak Ghosts, by Michael Chapman (a sentence was added, presumably by Carl)
Soulful Lady, by Michael Chapman

Lisa Likes Rock ‘N’ Roll, by Ian Hunter

Billy Porter, by Mick Ronson
Curry Bun, by Mick Ronson

Love On Your Side, by Thompson Twins
We Are Detective, (with Song Image), by Thompson Twins

Any Man Of Mine, by Shania Twain
Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under? by Shania Twain
You Win My Love, by Shania Twain

Smiley Cuture was published on ArtistFacts.


August 17: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Grievous bodily sex – man gaoled for giving lover herpes
I predict a riot
Restoring England’s green and pleasant land

Something absolutely amazing happened today; before 16.30, Grievous bodily sex... had received 10,035 hits, more than double my best article ever. Sex sells!


August 18: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Yet more SWP nonsense on the riots
Otters return to Kent
Bromley – crime capital of Britain?


August 19: Leroy Cool Meets Darcus Howe was published on this site.


August 19: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

More Mumidiotcy – who is distorting the truth?
Why Africa is a basketcase

There was a minor title change in the first of the above; originally I used Mumidiacy, but it doesn’t sound right.


August 20:The following original limericks were published on Taha’s site (with some minimal editing by me which included a title or two)

Free Advice To Rioters
More Problems
Stop The World


August 20: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The civil unrest – who rioted, and who didn’t
Slavery is alive and well and living in London
Movement for financial reform grows


August 20: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 16-20, 2011 was added to this site.


August 21: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The ugly face of British youth (pre-riots)
Luddites, loonies, and the SWP (with two images).


August 22: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The West v Islam? (includes an interview with Sahib Mustaqim Bleher with a photograph)
Mistaken identity — Manchester Police get it right second time.


August 24: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Mind Sports Olympiad 2011 – with chess diving
Sex, lies, and never a rape – the Strauss-Kahn fiasco
Chindamo – the boy who was given a second chance
Local history is Oates so simple.


August 25: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Injustice in black and white
Positive Money – more meetings in the pipeline.


August 27: The following were published on SongFacts:

The Mary Pickford Waltz, credited to Leo Bennett

Sweet Little Mary Pickford, credited to P.S. Earle and Edna Williams

Song Of The Wind, by Santana

Will Yae Ne’er Come Back Again? listed as traditional.


August 27: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Is Ian Brady insane, or are we? with two uploaded images.
Did they get away with murder?


August 27: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 21-7, 2011 was added to this site.

After the site update, Did they get away with murder was deactivated for legal reasons; apparently it could be construed as defamatory to imply that baby killer Casey Anthony is a murderess. It had 512 page views on Digital Journal.


August 28: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Great Quantitative Easing Myth
What is a credible witness? Ask Edgar Steele.


August 29: Manchester – united in triumph was published on/in Digital Journal.


August 29: The following were published on this site:

The poem Made In Manhattan

The article Did they get away with murder? with one or two very minor corrections, and a word of explanation re August 27 above.

The Rodney King beating video (linked within the above article).


August 30: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The first casualty in Libya – and everywhere else
‘The Conspiracy Files’ – 9/11 nonsense debunked
Last of the Great Delta Bluesmen
Interviews with two games inventors
From sewer to fishery in 20 years

I didn’t write the complete text of all five articles today, and I don’t intend to publish five on this site the same day ever again. But see entry for September 1, below!


September 1: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Poker – September persecutions and promotions
Black crime – when crying ‘racism’ is not enough
Why taxation is unnecessary
Mind Sports Olympiad – looking forward to 2012, and looking back - with two uploaded photographs.


September 2: The following were published on SongFacts

La Teva Decisió (Get A Life), by Susanne Georgi

Caylee’s Song, by John Whynock

Caylee’s Song Black Cloud Over Orlando, by Lora Kay Alexander

If I Only Had The Never, from The Wizard Of Oz, credited to Bert
We’re Off To See The Wizard, from The Wizard Of Oz, credited to Judy Garland

Bali Ha’i, from South Pacific, credited to the cast
There Is Nothing Like A Dame, from South Pacific, credited to the cast.


September 2: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

September 11 – the day the world changed
Charges against Rebecca Leighton dropped.


September 3: “The Floater That Won’t Go Down” was published on this site, initially in the Image Gallery.

On September 5, it was moved to the Cartoon Gallery.

This is an unflattering cartoon about a certain Mr Griffin.


September 3: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Nick Griffin Show is a laugh a minute
Stockport hospital ‘serial killer’ investigation continues - this includes a screen shot of an e-mail.


September 4: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Ugly Truth About Condoms
Double whammy for the Israeli Government

I also uploaded a picture of Trotsky and added it to a couple of other articles.


September 5: 9/11 - the slow death was published on/in Digital Journal.


September 5: The following were published on SongFacts:

Calling Card, by Rory Gallagher
Shadow Play, by Rory Gallagher.


September 5: Later, the following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Call to microchip the entire population
The folly of policing on the cheap


September 5: The following correspondence was published on Taha’s site:

Evening Standard, August 4, 2011
The Sun, Friday, August 26, 2011
Sunday Telegraph, September 4, 2011

The Sunday Telegraph letter is from the paper’s site; the other two are from NewsUK.


September 5: The following were published on this site:

You can’t beat a used Ford (in PDF)

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for August 27 (after last update)-September 5, 2011.


September 6: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The edge of madness – inquest on Raoul Moat opens - with two police photographs
Madness is no excuse – the Paraskeva case
Crimewatch – all the crooks, except the biggest ones.


September 7: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Twins of the Twin Towers
Yet another useless lifestyle study.


September 9: A JPG scan of the front cover of the Spring/Summer 1998 issue of Synapsia was published on this site

A PDF scan of the same was added about the same time although I can’t be absolutely certain it was published the same day.


September 9: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The future for Casey Anthony
‘9/11: Conspiracy Road Trip’ to gaga land
How political correctness kills – tainted blood
The crime and punishment of John Galliano.


September 10: Brighton’s one and only true Italian ice cream bar one month on was published on/in Digital Journal with three photographs.


September 10: The following limericks were published on Taha’s website; all or most were edited minimally by Yours Truly.

Bills
Library
Life
On 9/11
Torchwood

This latter is a rather weak pun.


September 11: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

9/11 Truth – governors, veterans, and loonies
The left and the riots – what they said, and what they didn’t
Press TV duped by race agitators again.


September 12: Taha’s letter in the Sunday Mirror, September 4, 2011 was published on his site.


September 12: The following were published on SongFacts:

International Thief Thief, by Fela Kuti

Armed And Ready, by the Michael Schenker Group

Are You Ready, by Thin Lizzy.


September 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Soap opera women never learn
From Goldman Sachs to night club sex

The former was originally called Soap women never learn.


September 12: The following (in alphabetical order) were published on this site:

LONDON’S HOMELESS AND THOSE WHO PRETEND
MUSIC COLLECTIVES: A RADICAL ALTERNATIVE
THE REAL NORTH SOUTH DIVIDE: UNEMPLOYMENT AND WORKFARE IN THATCHER’S BRITAIN.

All the above are in Portable Document Format.

A few words here about the above PDFs. These (including You can’t beat a used Ford) were scanned by me in colour as JPGs in the British Library - although they were my own archive copies - but for reasons I can’t go into here a gent who contacted me through this website managed to convert them to PDFs; unfortunately, they lost their colour in the process but they were too unwieldy to publish in their original format. They were also slanted and crumpled, if you get my meaning, but he managed to straighten them out for me.

The Briticism article The Real North South Divide has been severely edited; the full, unedited version was published in United Europe: Divided Britain. The last page of the former contains part of another article which I haven’t got around to scanning, but may if I live long enough, which as things stand, is extremely doubtful.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for September 6-12 was also added.


September 13: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Doc on serial killer a fair portrait of evil with a photograph.
Did ghoul hack murder victim’s mobile phone? with a photomontage - edited slightly from the original.

The former was originally called Appropriate Adult (for the serial killer)


September 14: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Libelling the dead – and the living
The ugly face of the 9/11 Truth Movement
‘Planet Dinosaur’ - new BBC series

The second of the above was originally called The ugly face of 9/11 Truth, but obviously somebody doesn’t appreciate my iambic pentameters.


September 15: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Who is stealing the pensions of British workers?
Casey Anthony hit by costs order


September 16: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Torchwood – more convoluted than ‘The X-Files’
Internet Poker – free tournaments and free money
PreLaunch Australia – same hype, still no action


September 17: The man who monitors violent flash mobs was published on/in Digital Journal.


September 17: Letter to Mike Sellars (added January 16, 2016).


September 18: Dead man walking from James Hanratty to Duane Buck was published on/in Digital Journal with two photographs.


September 19: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Seven big lies of the 9/11 Truth Movement
Obscenity is off – on BBC TV and Facebook


September 19: The following were published on SongFacts:

The Stranger Song by Leonard Cohen
Winter Lady by Leonard Cohen

Eternal Caravan Of Reincarnation by Santana
Waves Within by Santana

Broken Down House credited to Martin Turner’s Wishbone Ash
So Many Things To Say by Wishbone Ash.


September 19: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for September 13-9 was added to this site.

For the record, the article Obscenity is off... was actually published this evening, after the bibliography was updated, as an afterthought. I had intended to leave it until tomorrow.


September 20: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The future of the hydrogen car
Murder in the UK – the innocent, the guilty, and the maybe.


September 20: “Letter from Germany” was published on this site; this is a JPG scan, my response, and a short introduction.

The word verboten was not italicised - as in the original - until October 17, 2011.


September 21: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Bethany Hamilton – soul surfing on ‘Breakfast’ news with an uploaded image
Time for our governments to stand up to the banksters


September 22: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Iran releases hikers; Troy Davis Executed
Time For Our Governments... was edited/augmented slightly - see entry for September 21, above.
Slavery in the land of ‘Magna Carta’
More soap nonsense – heroes and villains, rape and prejudice


September 23: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Beware – the chuggers are back
Nurses take pay cuts as bosses waste billions
The tortoise and the thief with two images
Troy Davis – dead, and dead guilty


September 24: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Einstein’s Error
Omar Benguit – a case for more than reasonable doubt with a photograph, and another interview with John Aidiniantz
64 + 5 - what next for Paul McCartney?


September 25: David Icke and the price of gullibility was published on/in Digital Journal with an uploaded photograph.


September 25: The following were published on SongFacts:

Deck The Halls, traditional - includes a paragraph probably by Carl

Sing Out The Song, by Wishbone Ash
Underground, by Wishbone Ash.


September 25: After the SongFacts update, the following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Dining out in the Garden of England with an uploaded photograph
Bilderberg – some dare call it conspiracy.


September 26: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Why we need more not less ‘unemployment’
‘The Big Issue’ magazine is 20 years old today
9/11 Truth – another loony has his say

Re the latter, in addition to the picture that goes with the article, which was added by a Digital Journal staffer, there are three photographs in this article, one of which I actually took myself, and which has already been published on this site - a view from the Eiffel Tower.


September 26: On this site the cartoon “Dopey & Sneaky” was added to the Gallery.

I also added a note to the article Who Are The Undeserving Poor?


September 27: Re the Michael Stone website, I added a briefing paper for Omar Benguit, a document (initially) in WORD format.

This was written by the academic Barry Loveday, and is prefixed here with a short introductory webpage by Yours Truly.


September 27: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Amanda Knox appeal – prosecutors up the ante
Confessions of a trader – Goldman Sachs rules the world

The Dining Out... article was amended significantly due to my misreading an on-line endorsement - see entry for September 25.


September 27: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for September 20-27 was added to this site.


Circa September 28, 2011: I’m not entirely sure of the precise publication details of all the next entries; this is due to my being arrested by City of London Filth on the morning of September 28 and the cunts seizing my computer; the fourth time this has happened to me since 1993. The following were published on SongFacts:

Wheresoever Eagles Gather (The Ballad Of Randy Weaver) by Carl Clang

My Last Cigarette by Sheila Hancock
Landlord And Tenant by Sheila Hancock.


Raoul Moat, suicide by cop - a lesson for our unelected rulers was published on/in Digital Journal in - I believe - the small hours of September 28; the website, using Canadian East Coast time, lists it September 27.

The ongoing non-controversy of ‘Stop & Search’ in London was published on/in Digital Journal, I believe late in the day.

The title has been altered from my original, as has the format of some of the quoted text from the Social Worker website has been slightly altered - not by me; this is in any case different from the text in the paper that I researched at Colindale.

9/11 Truth – its ‘reliable’ sources and proponents was published on/in Digital Journal, either late on September 28 or in the small hours of September 29.


September 30: Vandals desecrate grave of ‘great man’ Marx was published on/in Digital Journal late morning/early afternoon.

This includes a photograph that has already been published here from my article Behind The Scenes At The British Library.


October 1: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

When a dog is not man’s best friend
Crime, punishment and reward in the UK

An old photo of Yours Truly was added to my Digital Journal personal page; I believe it was taken c1994.


October 1: The following were published on this site:

TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN LAWYER - a magnificent cartoon commissioned from the brilliant Mr Edwards by a certain Mr Hancock.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for September 27-October 1.


October 2: Should the speed limit be raised to 80mph? was published on/in Digital Journal.


October 3: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

More Quantitative Easing = more misery
Does Al-Qaeda exist?


October 4: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Can you trust your doctor?
Housing association recycles IT equipment.


October 4-5, 2011: The following were published on SongFacts:

Just Like Jessie James by Cher

Just Like Jessie James by David “Honeyboy” Edwards

City To City by Gerry Rafferty
Mattie’s Rag by Gerry Rafferty
Night Owl by Gerry Rafferty.


October 5: The following were published on FinancialReform:

An Open Letter To The Engineers, Mathematicians And Scientists Of The World

An MP4 file of Alessio Rastani’s recent interview with one of the BBC news programmes.

This particular edit runs to 3 minutes 29 seconds; I’ve called it “Goldman Sachs Rules The World”, which is what it is generally called.


October 5: Police crack down on drivers using mobile phones at the wheel, was published on/in Digital Journal.


October 5: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 2-5, 2011 was added to this site.


October 6: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

When the police are the villains - in fiction and in fact
Hydrogen Cars - driving towards a world without oil

The second of the above articles includes uploaded photographs of hydrogen cars. The first included a photograph of Jill Dando and one of Barry George; shortly, Silverberg said he’d replaced the latter with “a less stretched” picture.


October 8: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Crime in the UK - black muggers, fat killers, and dead burglars
Mumia — more lies, from beyond the grave


October 9: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Banks given free money as hospital staff work for nothing
Soap mayhem - murder in the afternoon and ‘gay’ Moslem dads.


October 10: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Where does money come from?
Can America survive another black President?


October 11: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

BBC smear on the BNP? - not this time
When theft can be capital


October 12: Good news - UK unemployment hits record high was published on/in Digital Journal.

I also added a photograph of Matthew Ward to When theft can be capital, see entry for October 11 above.


October 12: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 6-12, 2011 was added to this site.


October 13: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Al-Qaeda’s sad army of lost souls
More oil madness - BP to drill in the Shetlands.


October 14: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Fish killed in lake pollution incident - time to wake up
Full Tilt Poker RIP? - this includes a screenshot from a tournament on Full Tilt.


October 15: Guilty until proven innocent - the face of modern Britain was published on/in Digital Journal.


October 15: I made a speech at the 35th meeting on the New Right in London: The Money Question: The Real Issues.

See entry for October 17, below.


October 15-6: The following were published on SongFacts:

The World Don’t Owe Me Nothing by David “Honeyboy” Edwards

There’s A Place In The World For A Gambler by Dan Fogelberg

Insatiable by Darren Hayes

Church Of Desire by Richie Sambora
One Light Burning by Richie Sambora
Rest In Peace by Richie Sambora
River Of Love by Richie Sambora
Stranger In This Town by Richie Sambora

Red Wing credited to various, but written by Kerry Mills and Thurland Chattaway

Forever Autumn credited to Vigrass & Osborne.

And

David ‘Honeyboy’ Edwards was published on ArtistFacts.


October 16: Crime reporting - the British way and the American way was published on/in Digital Journal.

This includes a new uploaded photograph - CCTV footage of the kidnap of James Bulger.


October 16: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 13-6, 2011 was added to this site.


October 17: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Dewey Bozella - a genuine black hero, for once
False flag - is Iran being set up?


October 17: THE MONEY QUESTION - The Real Issues was published on this site.

See the explanatory notes at the beginning and also the entry for October 15, above.


October 18: Is there a power monopoly in Britain? was published on/in Digital Journal.


October 19: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Great Fuel Robbery
Frightened little women - false rape news, and a retrospective.

This latter includes an uploaded photograph of Craig Charles.


October 20: The following were published on SongFacts:

Annie, I’m Not Your Daddy by Kid Creole & The Coconuts
I’m A Wonderful Thing, Baby by Kid Creole & The Coconuts
Stool Pigeon by Kid Creole & The Coconuts.


October 20: White police officers cry ‘racism’ - boo hoo hoo was published on/in Digital Journal.

The article includes a scan from the notorious “Titty Fart” case.


October 20: The limerick Bleedin’ Obvious was published on Taha’s site.


October 20: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 17-20, 2011 was added to this site.


October 21: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

UK crime round up for October 21
Positive Money on the scrounge with a donated photograph.
November at the British Library


October 22: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Poker promotions into November with an uploaded screenshot from one of my poker games.
Gay Lib v Islam; John Stape returns - more soap mayhem.


October 22: The limerick If Only was published on Taha’s site.


October 23: The high cost of mobile phone theft was published on/in Digital Journal.


October 23: On this site:

The HomePage was updated

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 21-23, 2011 was also added.


October 24: On Taha’s site, scans of letters in the following were published:

Daily Telegraph, September 16, 2011
Daily Mail, September 29, 2011
Sunday Times, October 2, 2011
Camden New Journal, October 13, 2011.
Scottish Sun, October 20, 2011.


October 24: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Some killers deserve to die - the case of Steven Hayes with two uploaded photographs.
David Duke’s most unlikely supporter


October 25: Britain’s police: the dead, the nearly dead, and the braindead was published on/in Digital Journal with an uploaded photograph.


October 26: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The People Against The Banks
Britain’s railways - time to renationalise?
Deadlier than the male - women and crime in the UK with an uploaded photograph.


October 26: Do Zionists Control Wall Street? The Shocking Facts!

This is a video by David Duke which quotes extensively from my Digital Journal article of October 24, 2011, (above).

Although Duke told me he was making this, it did not come to my attention until November 3, and was added to the bibliography at the following update. I suppose I’ll have to publish a critique of it at some point. Sigh.


October 26: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 22-6, 2011 was published on this site.


October 27: I closed Vexatious Litigant and moved it to a sub-directory on this site, so it can now be found here:

http://www.infotextmanuscripts.org/vexatiouslitigant/

The domain was not due to expire until December, but the site receives so little traffic that it hardly matters.


October 27: The following were published on SongFacts:

Be A Clown credited to Gene Kelly (written by Cole Porter)

Mexican Hat Dance by Allan Sherman
Won’t You Come Home, Disraeli? by Allan Sherman

Make ’Em Laugh credited to Donald O’Connor (from Singin’ In The Rain).


October 27: Hate was published on the Civil Liberty UK website.

This is a review of the book by Searchlight fantasist Matthew Collins; although I didn’t write this, I did edit it prior to its being sent in.


October 27: The Bob Marley legacy 30 years later was published on/in Digital Journal with an uploaded photograph.

The original title has been changed slightly.


October 28: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Robert Black - the face of true evil later with two uploaded photographs.
Vincent Tabak guilty of murder with one uploaded photograph.


October 28: The limerick Ode To A Dutchman was published on this site.

Actually, this bloke turned out to be not quite so bright; as well as reformating my Limerick Page he managed to omit a few. And ALL the jump points.


October 29: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Sex and murder before the watershed - more soap mayhem
Jonathan Oates has murder in mind with an uploaded photograph.


October 29: The limerick Vincent Tabak was published on this site.

Heck, that’s two limericks in two days, both about Dutchmen! For the record, this was actually published before the Jonathan Oates interview, above.


October 30: Call Me Dave - stupid rhetoric on crime and benefits was published on/in Digital Journal.


October 31: True crime author Ian Hitchings investigates murder mystery was published on/in Digital Journal with three donated photographs.


The Night The Doctor Sucked My Dick was published on this site; a suitable Halloween ditty for any man who has ever been beguiled by a plausible witch.

I also published it on Usenet.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for October 27-31, 2011 was also added.

The Ian Hitchings article/interview was actually published in the evening after thie bibliography update; I wasn’t going to write anything for Digital Journal today but did this as a favour.


November 1: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Maxine Carr - Britain’s tabloid trash at their hypocritical worst with an uploaded photograph. In the evening, I uploaded a second photograph - of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman.
How to repair America’s broken infrastructure
Cheating just ain’t cricket with an uploaded photograph.


November 3: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Former murder suspect Chris Jefferies speaks out
Pakistani cricketers sentenced

I didn’t publish anything yesterday but when I logged onto Digital Journal late last night I noticed my October 27 article about Bob Marley had had 12,295 hits, up from maybe a couple of hundred. Silverberg said it was because it had been featured on the front page of the official Marley website. He has edited this article a bit, in particular he has removed my comment about Rastafari being a somewhat comical cult rather than a religion.


November 4: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Clarke Pearce (1964-86) - twenty-five years gone, not forgotten with two uploaded photographs from satpalramisguilty.
ADL slanders Americans yet again
Grave robbers - the lowest of the low?
Full Tilt Poker - back from the dead? PokerStars thunders on with an uploaded image.


November 4: Following publication of the Clarke Pearce article, above, I noticed an error in the Satpal Ram chronology, so altered it. The date Ram was given to collect his cheque from Islington Police Station was September 12, 2003 rather than September 10.

This very minor correction was actually made before the Grave robbers... article above was published.


November 4: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 1-4, 2011 was published here.


November 5: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

David Duke and Patricia McAllister - a marriage made in Heaven with an uploaded image
November and December at the British Library
True crime writer Ian Hitchings and the Texas fraudster.


November 5: The following were added to satpalramisguilty

A second photograph - in colour - of Clarke Pearce A donate button - I live in hope
A guestbook - better late than never.


November 6: Will the State of Texas execute an innocent man? was published on/in Digital Journal with an uploaded photograph.


November 6: The following were published on SongFacts:

Don’t Touch My Junk (The TSA Hustle), by Mike Adams

A Woman Is Only A Woman (But A Good Cigar Is A Smoke), credited to Cast of Miss Dolly Dollars

Dead Shrimp Blues, by Robert Johnson
If I Had Possession Over Judgment Day, by Robert Johnson
Kind Hearted Woman Blues, by Robert Johnson
Phonograph Blues, by Robert Johnson
Terraplane Blues, by Robert Johnson

On the Sunny Side Of The Street, credited to Harry Richman

Obsession-Confession, credited to Slash.


November 6: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

How bonuses pay and benefits don’t
Smokin’ Joe Frazier - his last, and most important, fight with two uploaded photographs.


November 7: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Bic Runga releases new album with an uploaded photograph.
Obama v the madmen - bomb Iran, start World War III
The Nick Griffin Show is finally over.


November 8: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Photographs from the recent Positive Money Conference with four donated photographs
Muhammad Ali and George Foreman lead tributes to Joe Frazier
Dying dogs, false abuse claims, and bucolic adultery in soapland
Ben Dyson of Positive Money on reforming the banking system.


November 8: Reality And The Four Years’ Plan by John Engledow was published on Archive.Org together with a bit of blurb by the author’s great-grandson - edited by me - and a bit of my own blurb.


November 8: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 5-8, 2011 was published here.


November 9: Two limericks were published on this site:

DC 421 Hussain
DC 624 Fisk


November 9: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Showman Jimmy Savile goes out in style with an uploaded photograph
Hank Skinner execution halted; Komisarjevsky case continues
Child killer Jon Venables to stay behind bars

Savile’s name in the above was actually misspelt Saville; this was corrected October 5, 2012.


November 10: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Bob Diamond ‘Today’ Business Lecture - an analysis with an uploaded photograph.
The quiet Beatle - new documentary about George Harrison with an uploaded photograph
Abraham Lincoln - The saviour of Europe? with two uploaded photographs, one of which was also added to a previous article, Confessions of a trader... from September 27.


November 11: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Ending Ageing - an update from Aubrey de Grey’s co-author with two uploaded photographs.
Cuts could cause mass homelessness in London
PokerStars to host world record tournament with $1 buy-in


November 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Attorney for the Damned is damned - 50 years for Edgar Steele
BBC Doctor slams chickenpox lolly parents with an uploaded image of a chickenpox virus!
Jihad in Albert Square - Moslems v ‘Gays’ in Eastenders with two uploaded images.
Black Sabbath to reunite after 33 years! with two images.


November 13: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Pay writers, not banksters!
Justice delayed is justice denied - even for ‘gangstas’ with three uploaded photographs.


November 13: The following two scans of letters were published on Taha’s site:

Sun, November 10, 2011
Evening Standard, November 10, 2011.


November 13: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 9-13, 2011 was published here.


November 14: Joe Frazier — His finest hour was published on/in Digital Journal with an uploaded photograph.


November 14: The following were published on SongFacts:

I’ve Seen The Saucers by Elton John

Me And The Devil Blues by Robert Johnson

Gembe Nagema Ng’wanone by Paulo Mafanyanga.


November 14: Back to Digital Journal, and in this order:

‘The Jury’ - analysis of a TV mini-series - and a rant with an uploaded photograph
Lord Fraud is back, and pleading for a second chance, with a slightly fuzzy uploaded photograph of an admittedly slightly fuzzy individual
PokerStars on life after Black Friday and setting a world record with two uploaded images.
Obama vs the torturers with an uploaded photograph.


November 15: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Scrap metal theft now a national menace
The Stephen Lawrence murder trial - can justice be done? with three uploaded photographs
The great motorists’ revolt with two uploaded photographs.


November 16: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Milton Friedman - an appraisal five years after his death with three uploaded photographs.
November 16 - a bad day for British actors
UK man charged with kidnapping boy
British tabloids trashed in phone hacking inquiry with an uploaded photograph.
Happy birthday ‘King James Bible’ with an uploaded image.

The 3rd of the above was originally called Michael Jackson charged with kidnapping boy; Silverberg altered it for some reason.


November 17: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Martin Scorsese documentary about George Harrison with an uploaded photograph
You’ve Been Scammed says the BBC


November 17: The following were published on SongFacts:

A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody by Irving Berlin, by Irving Berlin
Won’t You Play A Simple Melody, by Irving Berlin (no questionmark)

Ballad Of Sam Hall, by W.G. Ross.


November 17: Back to Digital Journal:

£1 million engineering prize launched with an uploaded photograph
Poisonous injection, a lethal way to die with two uploaded photographs


November 18: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

BMA call for smoking ban leaves Libertarians fuming with an uploaded photograph
Flying saucer over Coronation Street.


November 18: Shooting Cops by Larken Rose was published on Archive.Org.


November 18: Back to Digital Journal:

When is it okay to shoot a cop? with an uploaded photograph
The Queen’s Hidden Cousins with an uploaded photograph
Will London be taxed to death?


November 18: The following limericks were published on Taha’s site:

Joe Frazier
John Terry
Pan Am.


November 18: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 14-18, 2011 was published here.


November 19: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

One riot story with a happy ending
Did the police murder Mark Duggan? with an uploaded image
Oy Gevalt! It’s Jackie Mason’s Farewell Tour with 5 uploaded images
What ‘The Voice of Freedom’ forgot to mention
Bob Marley is dead, but his music lives on with two uploaded images.


November 20: When Should You Shoot A Cop? by Larken Rose, was published here under Other Contributors in Portable Document Format.


November 20: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Charles Dickens to haunt the British Library with two uploaded photographs
Bribery, corruption and ‘racism’ in the not-so-beautiful game with an uploaded photograph
Al Stewart to play two dates the week before Christmas with an uploaded image
Playing the William Hill Sunday Facebook Freeroll with three screengrabs from two Sunday freerolls.


November 21: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Football, ‘racism’ and hysteria
You’ve Been Scammed - the BBC on fake courses and share scams
Does Goldman Sachs really rule the world?
Where did those trillions go in the big crash? To the Caymans.


November 21: Abolition of credit creation by private banks

This is an e-petition - I was actually informed that it had been approved between the publication of the football and scam articles above.

By shortly after 2pm it had attracted 5 signatures - including of course mine.


November 22: Galaxy of witnesses for phone hacking inquiry was published on/in Digital Journal with three uploaded photographs.


November 22: My e-petition (see entry for November 21 above) is published on Majority Rights as Alexander Baron’s Downing Street e-petition with a bit of comment added.


November 22: Back to Digital Journal:

Deadlier than the male - granny killer gaoled; Mum kills kids


November 22: An entry for 2011 is added to the Baron Bibliography Chronology page.


November 22: Back to Digital Journal:

The Kennedy Assassination - 48 years ago today
People’s lives are collateral damage, Leveson Inquiry told with three uploaded images.


November 23: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Fatty Arbuckle, an early victim of tabloid trash with an uploaded photograph
The Ghost of Oswald Mosley with two uploaded photographs, including a scan
Poker freebies for Thanksgiving and Christmas with an uploaded image, a screengrab
When Bankers Were Good


November 24: Fan Mail From Canada was published on this site under Other Contributors.


November 24: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Leveson Inquiry - ex-wife of soccer star Gazza testifies with five screengrabs
The poker bad beat - in fiction and in fact with 6 (new) screengrabs and 2 video clips
Harry Potter, the actress, and businessman at the Leveson Inquiry with no less than 14 screengrabs.


November 25: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Adultery, crime and underage sex - more soap mayhem
Nick Clegg gets it wrong twice in two days
The new Met Police Commissioner — Substance, or style? with an uploaded photograph
Michael Jackson’s new UK tour - sort of
Shaker Aamer - 10 years in the American Gulag with an uploaded photograph.


November 26: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Great Obesity Hoax
BBC documentary ‘Prince: A Purple Reign’
Two Positive Money meetings scheduled for December with an uploaded image.


November 27: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The life and sad times of Michael Barrymore with a stock photograph
New tour and autobiography from Martin Turner of Wishbone Ash with an uploaded photograph
Mobile phones and driving - a police crackdown is not enough


November 27: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 19-27, 2011 was published here.


November 28: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Party Poker offers free ride to the Aussie Millions 2012 with 2 screengrabs
Chris Jefferies testifies to the Leveson Inquiry with 6 screengrabs
Charlotte Church testifies to the Leveson Inquiry with 5 screengrabs
Anne Diamond testifies to the Leveson Inquiry with 7 screengrabs.


November 29: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Who is to blame for the coming national strike?
The British Woman on Death Row
Network Rail - crime without punishment with an uploaded photograph
The Leveson Inquiry - hacks testify with 13 screengrabs.


November 30: Death in Paradise was published on/in Digital Journal.


November 30: The following were published on SongFacts:

Television, credited to Adele Dixon at Alexandra Palace

Here’s Looking At You, by Helen McKay

Clé De Contact, by Métal Urbain
Paris Maquis, by Métal Urbain.


November 30: Back to Digital Journal:

Leveson Inquiry - former spin doctor Alastair Campbell testifies with 5 screengrabs
‘Human rights’ group applauds persecution of David Duke


December 1: The following are screengrabs from Digital Journal. Some explanation is required.

The first two were taken at just after 4am on December 1; the second two were taken around 7.30pm the previous night, ie November 30. After receiving nearly 13K hits and over 400 “likes” for my Bob Marley article of October 27, I had a burning desire to top the Digital Journal Leaderboard for November 2011, which I did by some considerable margin. I stayed up until gone 4am on December 1 to ensure I captured either the final update or the final update bar one; good thing I did because later, Silverberg told me the Leaderboards are not archived.

I appear also to have excelled at the Achievements, and to have been one of the top photographers - not bad for a bloke who doesn’t own a camera - a top commenter, a top content producer, and a power user.

Apart from when I was on the poker table, I seemed to spend every waking hour writing for Digital Journal; I have resolved this will be a one-off!





December 1: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Robert J. Fischer - chess, genius and madness with 2 uploaded pictures, one of my own creation
The Grand Conspiracy is alive and well
Avoiding the phishers - by e-mail and by phone with two screengrabs
Police state America - in the name of protecting your rights.


December 2: Sign the petition against war with Iran was published on/in Digital Journal with a screengrab.


December 3: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Happy 30th anniversary Mumia cop-killer
Train ticket tyranny
Wife beating, lethal assault and intrigue in the soaps.


December 3: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for November 28-December 3, 2011 was published here.


December 4: I added two photographs of Joana Rodriguez to LINDA CARTY: The Guilty Murderess... (linked at the top of the page).


December 4: Snooker - the Iranian connection was published on/in Digital Journal.


December 4: Linda Carty - Pure Evil

This is a blog set up by Ian Hitchings; I discovered it February 27, 2012.

The homepage contains an article LINDA CARTY: The Guilty Murderess which may sound familiar. The rest appears to consist of links to my various other articles about Saint Linda. I am indeed flattered!


December 5: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The PokerStars world record attempt - and success with 11 screengrabs
Motorway maniac still at large with an uploaded photograph
Wanted - big men to batter small women - warrant card required

And my first ever blog: Helpful Hints For ‘Digital Journal’ Correspondents with a screengrab.


December 6: The video of my speech to the New Right on THE MONEY QUESTION: The Real Issues arrived yesterday, and was published/broadcast on YouTube shortly after midnight with some comment.


December 6: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The BBC’s biography of Facebook and its founder
Do supermarkets really rip us off?

Originally, the article about Facebook had a somewhat shorter title.


December 7: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Bookmakers can put the banks in their place
Linda Carty’s other lawyer sets the record straight
Petition launched to restore diplomatic ties with Iran
Jonathan Oates on unsolved murder most foul with 4 uploaded photographs
Thomas Haynesworth - a genuine miscarriage of justice with a photograph.


December 7: I did a tiny bit of work on the satpalramisguilty website:

I added a screengrab from a 2002 Statewatch article to the Bibliography (from the shorter, on-line version).
I added two entries from Digital Journal, November 2011.
I also updated the chronology.


December 7: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for December 4-7, 2011 was published here.


December 9: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Weird and despicable UK crime round up
Should Mumia be paroled?


December 10: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Home invasion murderer Komisarjevsky sentenced to die with a photograph
David Cameron’s finest hour

The above was originally called Call Me Dave’s finest hour.


December 10: Death Of An Invented Person (Mustafa Tamimi) was published on this site.


December 11: New Cross - the massacre that never was was published on/in Digital Journal.


December 11-2: The following were published on SongFacts:

Lament For Jimmy Saville, by Matthew Bourne

Son Of Alerik, by Deep Purple

The Ragtime Millionaire, by William Moore (written by Irving Jones)

Black Sheep Of The Family, by Rainbow
Man On The Silver Mountain, by Rainbow

All Birds Look Like Chickens To Me, by Sweet Papa Stovepipe (written by Irving Jones).


December 12: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The True Meaning Of Austerity
‘Frozen Planet’ — Brazen fakery or much ado about nothing?

The first of the above articles is a blog.


December 13: Frozen Planet footage of Arctic polar bear cubs was filmed in zoo, by John Thomas Didymus quotes extensively from my article on the same subject, yesterday.

I published only one article on/in Digital Journal today, Nile Rodgers - The man who died eight times, this includes a photograph.

I wasn’t going to publish anything today but when I saw Nile Rodgers on Breakfast news this morning and heard him tell the incredible story of how he nearly died, I couldn’t restrain myself.


December 14: Who killed Jessie Gilbert? was published on/in Digital Journal with two photos, a scan and a screengrab.


December 14: The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for December 8-14, 2011 was published here.


December 15: The Linda Carty Hoax was published on YouTube.

Alternative link for the above video.


December 16: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Descartes’ Demon Of On-Line Poker
The war criminals the Wiesenthal Center won’t be hunting with a photograph
The minimum alcohol price and Sevareid’s Law
Jimmy Savile fixes it from beyond the grave

The first of the above is a blog illustrated with no less than 9 screengrabs. For the record, I’m not entirely sure I did use soy sauce in last night’s stir fry as I said here!

Savile’s name in the above was actually misspelt Saville; this was corrected October 5, 2012.


December 17: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

‘Mein Kampf’ and Auschwitz in the London ‘Jewish News’
Bob Marley film screening at BFI
Blood on the snow in the soaps this Christmas
‘Steve Jobs: Billion Dollar Hippy’

The second of the above was originally called Bob Marley - The Making Of A Legend, after the film title.


December 18: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

The Leveson Inquiry - looking back, and forward with two scanned pictures
David Duke gets it half right on Syria and Iran.


December 20: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

A Modest Proposal To Assist The Philippines Relief Effort - a blog
12 myths about Linda Carty debunked
An academic’s insight into ‘Big Brother Obama’

The latter was originally called Big Brother Obama by Jonathan Turley.


December 21: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Guantánamo Bay and the rhetoric of tyranny
Money’s too tight to mention - for the homeless, not the banks
Poker supremo pleads guilty to making people happy with three screengrabs.


December 21-2: The following were published on SongFacts:

April’s Tooth Of Gold by David Bowie
Mother Grey by David Bowie

Ching-A-Ling by Feathers, (written by a certain David Bowie - see above)

Jeun Ko Ku by Fela Kuti
Lady by Fela Kuti
Mattress by Fela Kuti
Viva Nigeria by Fela Kuti

Cathedral Song by Tanita Tikaram
Good Tradition by Tanita Tikaram.


December 22: On this site:

The short story Inspector Crusoe And The Credit Cruncher was published.

I started writing this yonks ago.

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for December 15-22, 2011 was also added.


December 23: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Al Stewart’s daughter makes her musical debut with a photograph
The crimes of the Black Panther with two police mugshots


December 23: On this site:

I replaced the photograph of Donald Neilson with a larger, slightly better quality mugshot, the same photo.

The poem Murder In Mind was added.


December 23: Back to Digital Journal

Dead man laughing - the immortal Tommy Cooper with a photograph


December 24: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

More football ‘racism’ hysteria
The Prophet and his Western admirers.


December 25: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

It happened today - December 25
When is it okay to beat your wife? Ask Floyd Mayweather with a photograph.

This was quite a popular article; see in particular the fan letter published December 28, below.


December 26: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Predictions for 2012
Gilad Atzmon wipes Israel off the map.


December 27: I didn’t publish anything today but on December 29 I noticed Gilad Atzmon had republished my last article on his own website in its entirety as well as linking to it.


December 28: The following were published on/in Digital Journal in this order:

Soap spectacular: The evil Dr Khan goes down in flames
End of year crime round up.


December 28: On this site

Fan Mail From A Man Who Doesn’t Beat His Wife was published under Other Contributors

The Baron/ITMA Bibliography for December 23-8, 2011 was also added.


December 29: Debt relief - the solution for the Euro crisis? was published on/in Digital Journal.


December 29-30: The following were published on SongFacts:

Je’ Nwi Temi by Fela Kuti
My Lady Frustration by Fela Kuti
Keep Nigeria One by Fela Kuti
Zombie by Fela Kuti

For You by Prince

She Was Poor But She Was Honest, Traditional
The Derby Ram Traditional.


December 30: I published nothing today but my article of December 26 about Gilad Atzmon was published on another site, Shoah: The Palestinian Holocaust.

This could eventually become as popular as my article about the Tehran Conference!


December 31: The ghost of Timothy McVeigh was published on/in Digital Journal with a photograph.


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