1. Captions please:
2. Serious money, no value:
A web developer is suing the founder of online fashion retailer Boohoo for £118.5m amid claims he reneged on a promise to reward him for creating the firm’s website.
Richard Womack has brought a claim against billionaire Mahmud Kamani for breach of an agreement.
He claims he was promised a 10% share in the Manchester-based company and was essentially Boohoo’s “third founder”.
A spokesman for Mr Kamani described the claim as “entirely without merit”.
3. Intersectional tapdancing – another nutter:
In the video linked above, feminist “theorist” Sophie Lewis informs us that the foetus, a nascent human being, is “violent,” does violence to “gestators,” and that abortion is a corrective killing, an “unmaking,” a means of “going on strike against gestational work.” “We need to move away from… arguments around when human life begins,” says she.
So far as I can tell, and despite Ms Lewis’ theorising, mothers-to-be don’t generally feel a need to parse their pregnancy in terms of “abolishing the private nuclear household” and “global regimes of colonial and commodity exploitation.” Or indeed to champion abortion, via drugs or dismemberment, as a form of “anti-violence.” But that’s probably because – to borrow a phrase from Joan – they haven’t been tugging on the intersectional crack pipe.
Hardly feel the need to add to that.
[H/T Chuckles and haiku]