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Booksie Address: http://www.booksie.com/Elliot_Borges
Country: United Kingdom
Favorite book: The Joke by Milan Kundera
Member Since: Feb 9, 2009

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Cracow

Book by Elliot Borges
Posted: Mar 23, 2015
"Where do you go when the only one you want is gone?...

"An Enlightenment"

Poem by Elliot Borges
Posted: Mar 7, 2015
I wrote this in 2007. I would have then been 24. What...

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I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Outta Here

Poem by Elliot Borges
Posted: Mar 7, 2015
Written in 2008.

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The Lawyer/Creep

Poem by Elliot Borges
Posted: Mar 7, 2015
Based on a true story.

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The Master: A Film With Two Faces

Article by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
A Review of Paul Thomas Anderson's little seen and lesser...

The Breakfast Cereal Era

by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
My 2011 moving tribute to the modern day breakfast staple...

"The Problem With Language"

Article by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
The work of an overstimulated mind in an exhausted body.

When Racism Is Not Racism

Article by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
A critique of the discriminatory nature of British...

"The Starman"

Poem by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
Venturing as far into space as is possible whilst...

Era In Extremis: The Enigma of Extremism

Article by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
This particular article, "The Enigma Of Extremism", asks...

"On Nationalism And Morality"

Article by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
Setting out my case for the toxic impact of Nationalism...

"Insulting Our Intelligence"

Article by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
My thoughts on the Ali G phenomenon in Britain (in 2009).

"For Emilia"

Poem by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
A Pure Love Affair Faithfully Presented

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Cracow

Book by Elliot Borges
Posted: Mar 23, 2015
"Where do you go when the only one you want is gone?...

"An Enlightenment"

Poem by Elliot Borges
Posted: Mar 7, 2015
I wrote this in 2007. I would have then been 24. What...

I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Outta Here

Poem by Elliot Borges
Posted: Mar 7, 2015
Written in 2008.

The Lawyer/Creep

Poem by Elliot Borges
Posted: Mar 7, 2015
Based on a true story.

The Master: A Film With Two Faces

Article by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
A Review of Paul Thomas Anderson's little seen and lesser...

The Breakfast Cereal Era

by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
My 2011 moving tribute to the modern day breakfast staple...

"The Problem With Language"

Article by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
The work of an overstimulated mind in an exhausted body.

When Racism Is Not Racism

Article by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
A critique of the discriminatory nature of British...

"The Starman"

Poem by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
Venturing as far into space as is possible whilst...

Era In Extremis: The Enigma of Extremism

Article by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
This particular article, "The Enigma Of Extremism", asks...

"On Nationalism And Morality"

Article by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
Setting out my case for the toxic impact of Nationalism...

"Insulting Our Intelligence"

Article by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
My thoughts on the Ali G phenomenon in Britain (in 2009).

"For Emilia"

Poem by Elliot Borges
Posted: Feb 19, 2015
A Pure Love Affair Faithfully Presented



Back in London for less than a week and already looking at a potential second assault charge against me in 3 months.

On my way home during rush hour today, a lady protested when I tried to board the tube. She told me she was there before I was and that she should have been allowed to board first. 

" Look, I honestly didn't see you. You can get on first. It makes no difference to me." I responded. 

"No, no. You have obviously never heard of a queue." She replies.

So what do I do? I pick her up from under her shoulders and put the fucking bitch on the tube. "Have a safe journey."

Her reply? Screams, hysterics and a big scene.

"How dare you touch me? Don't you ever touch me!"

And then somewhat hilariously a Mexican McDonalds guy wearing the uniform and all the rest gets involved.

"No man. That ain't right man. That's assault man. There are witnesses."

What the fuck? She wanted to get on the train. So I helped her on it. Not aggressively. Without the slightest hint of anger. I simply very gently picked her up like you would a baby and put her down in the tube. That's a fucking assault??

If anything she should be thanking me. Centuries ago a woman would thank a man for an act like this.

I am so sick of London. 

 

 

 

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