I am also thrilled to see that the fact that I am "also a Tim-nice-but-dim posh boy" has brought so many people such pleasure—although it's a bit strange because I always thought that The Left were opposed to bigotry. Alas, it seems that they are opposed to "bad" bigotry but are still fully on board with the "good" bigotry.
Still, it just goes to show that one really can learn from one's mistakes, eh?
On a completely different note, it is useful to understand that the correct parsing of a verb carries much meaning. As we all know, the past participle of "hang" is "hung", unless it is referring to the method of execution. You may think that this is mere hair-splitting, but consider the following sentence.
Many people are hoping for a hung Parliament. I, of course, am hoping for a hanged Parliament.
These small things make such a difference—don't you agree?
(By the way, I am currently ploughing through the archives and hope to pull through many of the past posts—especially, as requested, those on ClimateGate.)