brutal regime

I don’t like it (people talking about a daily regime, instead of a regimen). Some colleagues – a small minority – assure me regime is fine. But I don’t like it. Regime could be other nasty things – especially if there’s a Greek mention – but regimen can only be one thing. I may sound like a prat, but I assure you it’s little things like this that are proof that marching sound you hear in the faint distance means the barbarians will soon be at the gates. The Outrage Regime: that would keep historians busy for millennia. dailyregime

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4 Responses to brutal regime

  1. Anonymous says:

    How was the WA Club?

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  2. Snuff says:

    Everyday ? And which is it ? 10 km or two hours ?

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    • Rolly says:

      Oh Snuff, it’s our ABC – where 48% of the population is functionally illiterate.
      Wodjaspect? Deviation from established ‘norms’?

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