Like baked beans and traffic wardens, and people that tut audibly, Sneak hasn’t got much time for national newspapers. They waltz along days or weeks after some hard working IT journalist like yours truly has broken a story and expect everyone to stop and applaud their magnificence. Ruddy idiots.
Another pet hate on Sneak’s top 100, while we’re on the subject, is new media-speak. Why is it whenever a government appointment is made, the position is known as the new "tsar", Sneak wonders? As if they’re going to turn up to the office wearing a Cossack hat and a gargantuan beard. The news this week is all about MPs’ calls for a new figurehead to coordinate public and private sector strategy in the area of identity fraud - aka a new ID fraud tsar. Why not king, or emperor, Sneak wonders, or Führer perhaps? Or maybe not.
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