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Thursday, 17 January 2008

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"Remember that when I am dead,

You are forever alive in my heart and my head."

Does Pinter's head have room for that, what with his ego taking up so much space...?

You might say that, Julia, I couldn't possibly ... oh, yes I could!

Pinter is poodle-faker of monstrous proportions and I am just amazed that he can fool so many people for so long. Those two lines you quote make no sense whichever way you take them.. If you are a rationalist, which I suspect he is, then when you are dead you are dead and that is the end of the matter. If you are a believer in an after life then it is your soul that *might* carry a memory, not your head or your heart which are constructed of matter. What a buffoon!

Time for this blog to launch the expression "Harry Pinters" on the world, meaning an odious stew of the clumsily incompetent and the bleedin' obvious. What say you?

Couldn't have put it better myself, 'DM'.

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