Here is a map. I have coloured in all of the countries that have free speech in black. Most of the challenges humanity faces are sustained by the same thing: the transfer of money from countries with free speech to the countries without it. Therefore … Continue reading How to Win the 4th World War
Missive originally posted on Facebook 18.04.13 I was meant to post this yesterday but thought better of it, then thought, hey no one cares any more so why not post? So herewith is my tuppence-worth: Lots of my friends hated Margret Thatcher, I’m always interested … Continue reading Maggie Obit
Patrick Lynch studied architecture at Liverpool and holds a Masters of Philosophy in The History and Philosophy of Architecture fromCambridge. He has taught design and supervised dissertations at the Architectural Association and now the London Met. He is also a practitioner, running a busy studio … Continue reading Patrick Lynch Interview
These are all the song lyrics I’ve ever written – excluding the ones so bad I want them to be forgotten! They are in chronological order so when I finish a new one I stick it on the end. Sometimes though songs take years to write, … Continue reading The Complete Lyrics
I was recently interviewed by someone who was about to turn thirty. He was asking everyone who he knew the same set of questions. My unedited responses are below. What is the hardest lesson life can teach you? That you were wrong. What is the … Continue reading Turning 30
‘What’s best?…‘ is a game I invented with Patrick Lynch. It’s very simple to play: below is a list of ‘What’s Bests’, at the next soiree just start reading them out in any order you like. Feel free to dispute / vote / debate or … Continue reading What’s Best?
Oldest ones at the top, newest ones added at the bottom. Enjoy! Now for some haikus they are very short poems this is one of them. What is a haiku? It’s seventeen syllables five, seven then five That’s five sylables then its seven sylables then … Continue reading Haikus
People now use the phrase ‘housing crisis’ so regularly it has become generally assumed that such a thing exists, but does it? We can agree there is a problem to do with the ratio of homes to people, but while it’s easy to speculate about … Continue reading Is There a Housing Crisis?
On the afternoon of Sunday 12th July 2015 I was victim of a theft, and if you live In London you have probably been targeted by the same gang although you may not even realise it. Myself and my wife (and baby) entered Brockley station … Continue reading A Clever Way of Stealing