- UK passes it's Turing Test
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that he is preceded by a reputation.
Actually on this occasion he sounded quite reasonable.
Although quite what he expects an investigation as to whether the security services poisoned him to turn up I don’t know – if *they* covered it up 60 years ago the evidence is going to be long gone now.Posted 4 years ago
Do you really think so? I think it is more his public persona.That is a good article,but he normally comes across as the sort of person you would hate to be stuck in a lift with. Whenever you see him interviewed,or on a radio he cuts across the interviewer,other guests etc.Posted 4 years agomidlifecrashesSubscriber
Tatchell’s had a hard time of it lately, a combo of Mugabe heavies and a bus crash, so he’s not had the energy to be publicly the PITA(meant in the nicest possible way) he loves to be. Would be good if he was put forward for a gong, if CMD could bring himself to do that, it would be a good move too.Posted 4 years agoprojectMember
Perhaps Alan Carr, Scott Mills, Paul Ogrady, Peter Thatchell, Tom Daly, Nick Grimshaw,the rugby player, the basketball player, (cant remember their names) sorry, all got together as a political group and stood for election, along with ordinary gay men and women then perhaps things may change even more in uk plc.Posted 4 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
Still… even though I don’t think this is a best possible outcome, or even necessarily any more than a pr stunt, it’s still a positive thing imo.
Personally I agree with the idea of blanket quashing of sentences for laws that we’ve moved beyond, though. Sometimes laws are removed because they’re superceded so that’s not quite as simple as it sounds, you’d need to have a process that decides which laws it applies to but I do think it’s a worthwhile thing.Posted 4 years agoderekfishMember
I think it’s pathetic the constant need to define people by their sexuality, who gives a damn?
Turin was a brilliant mathematician, he pretty much gave the world mechanical computing, helped build that machine, up there with Mitchell (designer of the Spitfire)in providing one of the two principle tools that saved our asses in WW2 and how is he now remembered? As a Gay who got let off, it’s bollox.Posted 4 years ago
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