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What I meant to say was...


Tomorrow, bright and early, I set off to drive solo from the North of England to the South of France. While I am communing with Vittoria on the French motorways (on my way to a business fair where I hope to come up with interesting ideas for my professional future) this video says pretty much all I would have wanted to say.

Like Republicans and Democrats, Labourites and Conservatives are essentially the same. The Libertarian perspective is very different and (I would argue) more humane.

Wish me luck on my journey. It may get a bit quiet around here for seven days. I apologise for that, but please just imagine the sweet song of a V8 from Modena and smile with me.

Parp parp!

h/t The inestimable Mr Puddlecote.


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Considering I have always lived more than 1,500 miles away from it, it's fairly impressive.


Not all that many really.


It will pass 30000 on the way home!


How many miles have you put on that now?


I think so too, though I pity him his role as a lone voice in the now thoroughly statist Conservative Party.

I *did* enjoy the drive thank you. Very much so. B^) Vittoria is cooling down gently in a secure garage, while I plan a night on the town in Cannes.

Suboptimal Planet

Jeff Miron is quite sound. I've been following his blog for some time now (can't remember whether I first found his site through yours).

At times I find his consequentialist approach frustrating, but his arguments are usually compelling.

Enjoy the drive!

(I think you'd get on well with sjbaker)

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