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CATPoor old Cat. Clearly fed up with being stuck with Gordon Brittas for the rest of eternity, he appears to have gone “berserk” in Kensal Green, as one does around this time of year. The ever-helpful Londonist records the deterioration in linguistic accountability in the newspapers’ reporting of the event, from the Beeb’s impartial and polite rendering to the Mirror’s over-dramatic inclusion of the ‘samurai sword-waving’ incident in its Showbiz section.

Much as I love these celebrities-gone-wild stories (my own personal favourite was Alan Davies’ recent tooth-based attack on a vagrant, although they range all the way to the Chris Langham/Pete Townshend, Jonathan King, iffy end of the scale), I can’t help but think that if I had gone after an errant binman with a sword, it would have just about made the Harringey Independent. Maybe I should restyle myself as a reggae-themed Merry Man, I would have more chance of notoriety.

Tody was characterised by an eye-test (new glasses coming soon!) and a charity-shop outing to Epping. Only managed Ten in terms of bargain CD’s, but got some ace books.

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