I know I’ve neglected this site lately, and I know that people who apologize for neglecting their sites are a pain in the butt. But ... I haven’t been entirely idle elsewhere. There really does seem to be some set number of words in me each day, replenished each night, and if I spend them some place else, I’m skint by the time I get here. But I do come across things worth sharing; maybe I need one of them there social thingies that make it easier to share a quickie, but not Facebook or Twitter, because I’m already multiple personalities there. But I waffle. And waste words. So here is a lovely post from Aid Watch:

And now going for the Aid Watch record on global charity cluelessness…

Which I picked up on Twitter. And the posts it links to are pretty priceless too.

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