Have you heard that Feb 11th is Free Expression Day?
Thanks to this week’s guest writer, Ann Widdecombe, who faces the “sort of atheism” that “wouldn’t once have been said”.
Patreon news. All the clerihews are written and delivered. At least I think so. There were 80 of them altogether. If you pledged $3 or more per month and haven’t yet received your personally composed clerihew, please let me know and I’ll write one for you straight away.
Only two signed copies of Kenan Malik’s “The Quest for a Moral Compass” left now. If you want one, hurry along to the J&M Patreon page.
Religion demanding respect again, and getting it.
This month’s raffle prize winner is Bobby from MO. Bobby your signed print will be on its way as soon as you let me know which one you want!
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There’s 20% off J&M bookshop orders until 21 June with the code TWENTY18 at checkout, by the way.
It’s not the first time this punchline has been used, and it probably won’t be the last.
The story behind the problematic new definition of Islamophobia is here.