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The imperative to fill up cyberspace with metric tons of feckless ramblings never abates; hence this blogging in virtual obscurity and on variable ratio schedule.

If wanton curiosity made you wander into this realm, “proper manky” is an expression found in John Lanchester’s novel Capital, meaning something close to the right kind of dirty, not cleaned up or tarted up. It felt right.

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