To comply with new UK legislation (and because someone decided you weren’t grown up enough to be let out on your own) I’m supposed to tell you that this site uses evil biscuits to keep tabs on you and watch your every move. I’m going to become the next internet billionaire from selling all of your lovely details to mobsters who are going to plague you till the end of time with ads…
That’s why there’s that little splodge at the bottom left of the page. What do you mean you didn’t see it? Go on, have a look, I’ll wait; I’m sure I’ve not got anything better to do…
What? Oh, apparently it’s “unobtrusive cookies” for analytics and basic functionality such as remembering who you are when submitting comments and stuff. But, you three knew that already didn’t you? That’s why you come here, because you’re all clued up and savvy.
You smart people, you.
And, of course, there’s those pesky third party cookies for the new world overlords of Facebook, Twitter and Google+ for social sharing and such new-fangled high-tech wizardy.
Still, I don’t even use the cookies as the traffic here wouldn’t give me enough data to fill a thimble and I certainly don’t pass them on to anyone.
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